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Temporary living in Austria’s most beautiful cities
You’re temporarily moving to another city for work reasons or would like to rent an object for a couple of months? KURZZEiTmiete offers short-term apartments in various Austrian provincial capitals. As an expert for work-related changes of residence, our service is targeted at both tenants and lessors. In addition, we also offer special services for corporate customers and construction companies.
Find your perfect short-term rental with KURZZEiTmiete in the following Austrian cities:
Short-term rentals in Vienna
Vienna is Austria’s capital city and the only one with a population of over a million. Vienna is a hub of education, economy and culture. People that live there like to travel by underground, benefiting from the city’s excellent public transport system that connects the 23 districts. Reason enough to have a look at Vienna’s short-term rentals, don’t you think?
Short-term rentals in Salzburg
As one of Europe’s most important cultural metropolises, Salzburg has more to offer than Mozart and the Salzburg Festival. Surrounding the UNESCO world heritage “Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg”, the city encompasses 23 varied residential districts, every one of them with its own story. Another landmark: the river Salzach that divides the city in two. Sounds interesting? Find out more about temporary living in the City of Mozart!
Short-term rentals in Linz
The “steel city” of Linz is home to the voestalpine as well as to various arts and culture institutions, earning it the title of UNESCO “City of Media Arts” in 2014. In the same year, the city was divided into 16 new statistical districts. What else should you know about the capital of Upper Austria by the Danube? Find out with KURZZEiTmiete!
Short-term rentals in Graz
If you are relocating to Graz for work reasons, KURZZEiTmiete is your first choice for short-term rentals in Austria’s “capital of indulgence”. The country’s second biggest city boasts more than 70 per cent of green spaces and an UNESCO-protected “Best Preserved Historic Town Centre in Central Europe”. To travel from one of the city’s 17 districts to another, locals like to use the “Bim”. Find out what it means!
Short-term rentals in Innsbruck
Small but sophisticated: Compared to other Austrian cities, Innsbruck has the highest average rents. Apart from this fact, the provincial capital of Tyrol is known as a charming, “small” metropolis surrounded by mountains. The city encompasses 20 statistical districts and is crossed by the river Inn, after which it was also named. KURZZEiTmiete helps you find the perfect object in Innsbruck.