Austria is a German-speaking country in Central Europe, characterized by mountain villages, baroque architecture, Imperial history and rugged Alpine terrain. The capital city is Vienna and lieson Danube river. The city of Innsbruck which is located in the region of Tyrol is a popular filming destination. There are several unexplored regions for filming in country.The notable sights include the Schonbrunn Palace and Gardens, Hofburg Palace, Stephansdom gothic cathedral and the famous Leopold Museum)
The country has a developed film Industry for production. There is availability of cast, crew and equipments.The infrastructure to support film production is excellent. Also with Germany being closeby, it is possible to procure any equipment requirement from there.There are no major big studios for post production in Austria except Vienna Film Academy. Filming permits are generally required to shoot and the country is governed by strict laws for permits and use of drones.
Austria is located in a temperate climatic zone with a Central European climate influenced by the Atlantic climate. The four seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter) each have typical temperature and climatic characters.
Spring months: March, April, May
Summer months: June, July, August
Autumn months: September, October, November
Winter months: December, January, February
The currency in Austria is EURO. Most places accept Credit , Debit and Forex Cards.
Vienna is the main International Airport for entry into Austria.
There are direct flights to Vienna from several international countries. Other airports include Graz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Linz, and Salzburg which provide domestic flights as well as connections to some European countries.
Schengen visa is required to enter Austria. Please Click Here for more Visa information. The link would direct you to a third party site.