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Austrian citizens, who are single and of legal majority need:
Official identification with photo
A document which is equivalent to a copy from the birth register if the birth has not been
documented or registered in Austria
The birth certificate if the birth happened in Austria (for the purpose of possible data acquisition in
the central civil register)
Proof of nationality or entry in the Central Register of Citizenships [Zentrales
Proof of principal residence if it is abroad

If applicable, documentary proof of academic degrees and further documents or further proof
upon request
At the register office foreign citizens get information about the required documents for the
registration to get married.
If you were previously married or had a registered partnership: in addition
Marriage certificate(s) of the previous marriage or certificate of the previous registered
Certificate of divorce or proof of nullification or annulment of previous marriages (Resolution or
decree with valid confirmation of the outcome, including a stamp attesting validity!), decree of the
nullification of previous registered partnerships
Death certificate of the late spouse if the spouse has died
Death certificate of a late registered Partner if the partner has died
In case of a foreign judgment concerning the dissolution of marriage/partnership or
marriage/partnership annulment: the final judicial decision of approval, unless the Brussels II a-
Regulation applies
If you and your future spouse have one or several joint children: in addition
Birth certificate(s) of the child(ren)
Statement of paternity of the children (if the father is not recorded on the birth certificate(s))
Proof of nationality, if available
Proof of the children’s residence
Anyone who is not a legally independent adult (including those not of marriageable age) also
For 16 to 18 year olds:
Declaration of marriageability issued by a court (with valid confirmation of validity, including a
stamp attesting validity!)
Written approval by legal Guardians or equivalent judicial decision
If a trustee has been appointed, his or her written approval or a relevant court decision
Anyone not present when registering to get married also needs the form "Erklärung zur Ermittlung
der Ehefähigkeit" (Statement of marriageability).
Please note: If a foreign language document must be presented in the original along with a
certified German translation, the translation may only be done by a translator sworn and certified
in Austria. Translators from other EU-/EEA-countries can also apply for entry into the list of sworn
and judicially certified translators.

In order to accept foreign documents, many countries require an apostille or authentication.
For the procedure to determine marriageability: 50 euro
For submitting foreign certificates: 130 euro
Additional fees: Federal administrative fee and possibly commission fees
Federal Administrative Fees
Marriage officiated by a registrar in an administrative office during office hours: 5.45 Euro
Marriage officiated by a registrar in an administrative office outside office hours: 10.90 Euro
Marriage officiated by a registrar outside administrative offices in the case of a life-threatening
disease of one of the fiancés: 5.45 Euro
Marriage officiated by a registrar outside administrative offices in all other cases: 54.50 Euro



Valid passport
For EU citizens as well as citizens from certain other countries, an official identity pass is sufficient.
In exceptional cases a passport which has expired not more than 5 years ago may also be used.
Accompanying children need either an individual passport or an entry in their parent's passport, in
which case the parent in whose passport they are entered must also be travelling with them.
No visa is needed for citizens of all countries which border Austria, EU citizens, in addition to
citizens of numerous other countries. Information on all countries with visa exemption is provided
by the Austrian embassy or consulate in the respective country and available online at the website
of the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs.




German is spoken in Austria, and the most commonly spoken foreign language is English.

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Vienna has a mild continental climate. Even if the occasional winter day is icy and some days in high summer can bring sweltering heat to the palaces of the old city, most days of the year the weather matches the residents of the city: friendly, mild and moderate in every aspect.

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Vienna (German: Wien, Austro-Bavarian: Wean) is an Austrian state. It is the capital of the Republic of Austria and by far the largest city in Austria with its population of more than 1.7 million. As you'd expect it's Austria's cultural, economic, and political centre. As the former home of the Habsburg court and its various empires, the city still has the trappings of the imperial capital it once was, and the historic city centre is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Vienna, also described as Europe's cultural capital, is a metropolis with unique charm, vibrancy and flair. It boasts outstanding infrastructure, is clean and safe, and has all the inspiration that you could wish for in order to discover this wonderful part of Europe.

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In Vienna there are some magical, old world beaches along the Danube that invite you to enjoy the sun and pretend you are somewhere else. Strandbad Gänsehäufel- A typical Austrian bathing beach created by water from the Donau, and formed a little lake in the middle of the city. Strandbäder Alte Donau- Several of the oldest outdoor bathing beaches in Vienna. These are not an artificial pools but wide expanses of manicured lawns along the shore of a side channel of the Danube, left by the dredging and strainghtening of the river a century ago.

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Vienna International Airport (German: Flughafen Wien-Schwechat) is the international airport of Vienna, the capital of Austria, located in  Schwechat , 18 km (11 mi) southeast of central Vienna and 57 km west of Bratislava. It is the country's largest airport and serves as the hub for Austrian Airlines and a base for  Eurowings Europe.

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Their are numerous major department/furniture stores in Vienna, that will carry everything you need to set up housekeeping from whole kitchens to bathroom towels and everything in between. Of course any discussion of shopping in Vienna must include the larger pedestrian malls, like Kärntnerstrasse, The Graben or Mariahilfer Strasse. And there are numerous others throughout Vienna. A great way to spend a rainy day in Vienna is visiting one of the dusty little antique shops and flea markets (Flohmarkt) or elegant antique (Antiquitäten) galleries throughout the city. Käntner Strasse and The Graben, are very elegant, and the prices there reflect that. There are some beautiful and old established shops where you can purchase Austria’s finest products or offerings from around the world.

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Vienna's club scene is all about parties with music of the highest quality. Electronic music from Vienna is known for creating an international sensation - and with good reason. The parties range from chic to underground. Clubs such as Flex have already attained cult status. Party people celebrate in new locations such as Grelle Forelle and Fluc. Flex, on the Danube Canal, has even been voted one of the best clubs in the world. The Gürtel ring road is fast becoming the nerve center of Vienna’s nightlife. Old stagers Chelsea, B72 and Q [kju:] are being joined by a new music venues in the arches under the elevated subway.

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The best restaurants in Vienna range from fine-dining places (often inside hotels) to casual gasthauses (taverns serving traditional food). In recent years, local chefs around the city have elevated the classic Viennese fare of schnitzels and strudels, kasierschmarrn and topfentortes. With so many farms and wineries in the immediate region, there is also a strong emphasis on locally grown food. Gasthaus Immervoll, in the First District, is a great example of a Viennese restaurant with traditional cuisine backed by modern thinking. There’s also tons of creativity at Steirereck Meierei, consistently listed as one of the best restaurants in the world.

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In Vienna you can do sailing and windsurfing. There are also pedalos, rowboats and electric boats. And on the more easily navigable New Danube there is also a water ski lift.


Located in the very heart of Europe, Vienna is the capital of Austria and known to have one of the highest qualities of living worldwide. Vienna lies in the eastern part of Austria in the Vienna Basin on both sides of the Danube river. The city is encircled by the hilly Vienna Woods to the North and West and mainly by farmland to the East. The metropolitan aera streches far south of the city center. The city is sub-divided into 23 districts.This city of around 1.8 million used to be the center of the vast Austro-Hungarian empire. Many remnants of these times can be found in the historical districts, ranging from magnificent palaces and museums to large parks and monuments.

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