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Osme fact, you'll soon find it saves time! The lights are cute, but beware crossing when they're red! If a kid has his shoes up on the seat on the bus, sone quite normal for a fellow passenger to lean over and ask him to put them on the floor warning: People will stare In Britain and America, openly staring at someone is considered rude, but in Austria it seems to be quite normal. Whether someone is admiring your outfit, so,e just likes the way you look, expect to be stared at - particularly on public transport and if you're wearing anything unusual. We find a friendly smile soon makes the person staring feel uncomfortable and look away. They prefer to pay with cash In many ways Austria is known for being technologically progressive and efficient - but many foreigners will soon realize that this is a bit of a myth.

Sometimes it seems that no one is more technophobic than the Austrians. The most surprising example is how rarely Austrians use debit or credit cards. With contactless technology now available in almost every shop in Britain or the US, it seems bizarre that many restaurants in Austria are cash only. The result is all too often a humble apology as you ask the waiter the way to the nearest cash machine - and let's hope there is one within walking distance! Scary bureaucrats Austrians love making everything official by what many foreigners may consider to be an outdated system - postal mail - and they also excel in writing terrifying letters.

A simple phone call or - of course - letter explaining that you've already Wnt the payment online will usually diffuse the situation. Although if you think that you've overpaid zustria health insurance or social insurance contributions be havve for a long and lengthy process, with not the most friendly or helpful of bureaucrats. Political incorrectness Perhaps because the US and Britain have such long histories of inward migration, the words German-speakers use can seem outdated to us. Named after horse-and-carriages, the Fiaker is a rather not-so-common drink of coffee with a shot of Austrian rum and whipped cream.

A cold Fiaker-variation, coffee, ice, a shot of rum - and possibly a bit of sugar. A wonderful boost of refreshing energy in the summer. An even less common creation than the Fiaker, a black coffee with a small spot of unshipped cream.

Coffee in Austria: More than a Beverage

Strong, black coffee, normally consumed with a lot of sugar, but served without. The same coffee, in recent years the Austrian term "Kurzer" meaning "short one" has almost gone extinct and these days, the international "Espresso" is to be found on the menus much more commonly. Meaning "Turkish one" and is just that - grated coffee boiled for a long time in water with sugar and served as a very hot, strong coffee with the grains still in the cup. Cold coffee with vanilla ice cream, chocolate and whipped cream - served typically in the summer months, but ideal for the hot season.

Only ice tea is more refreshing. What is sold in Austria under that name is NOT the Italian thus not the international version of a cappuccino, but a regional variation made from coffee and whipped cream rather than frothed milk. The coffee consumption of Austria in cup per capita is among the highest in the World - higher than in Italy, which might surprise some of you. Even more surprising are those nations that beat us: Norwegians, for example, drink even more coffee than Austrians. So do the Finish, Danish and Germans.

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