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Cities In Austria
Salzburg - Homestudy
Vienna - Southeast
Vienna - City Central
Vienna - Homestudy

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NRCSA Center: Complete Immersion Homestudy - Salzburg & Vienna, Austria  


About the NRCSA Center

Private one-on-one tutor foreign language classes are provided by your teacher at your lodging. Teachers are highly trained professionals with years of experience in the teaching of their language to foreigners.

Lodging is in homestays of native speakers with all meals provided. Only the target language is spoken in the homestay. Residences are typically outside of heavily touristed areas, in neighborhoods where the target language predominates.


About Salzburg

Salzburg. For many visitors Salzburg represents the quintessential Austria, with its Baroque architecture, subalpine air, and an extraordinary musical heritage. For much of its history, however, Salzburg either belonged to Bavaria or was an independent city-state, becoming part of the Habsburg domain only in 1816. Salzburg has a definitive city centre that contains many sights that are easily reached by foot. A must see for any visitor to Salzburg, the Höhensalzburg fortress was begun around 1070 and contains a sixteenth century organ greatly admired by music lovers. The Museum Carolino-Augusteum contains Roman artifacts from the town centre, such as a reconstructed mosaic, and Gothic religious art is also on display. If you lucky enough to be in the city at the end of July and into August, the Salzburg Festival is one of Europe's premier art festivals of classical music, opera and theatre.


About Vienna

Vienna became an important European centre in the tenth century and continues to be one of the most influential. The city's historical centre is bordered on the northwest by the Danube canal and surrounded on all other sides by the Ringstrasse. Visitors can use the city's tram system to sightsee and getting around by foot is reasonably easy within the centre. The Hofburg complex is comprised of a various museums, such as the Schatzkammer (Imperial Treasury), as well as the venue for Mass accompanied by the Vienna Boys' Choir, the Schatzkammer. Every visitor should take in the Prater , an expanse of parkland that extends for miles between the Danube canal and the river, and which includes a funfair and the world-famous Riesenrad, a giant ferris-wheel.



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