Entry from non-EU Countries

Various goods bought during your travel have to be declared with customs when entering into Austria. Further information is provided under the section “duty-free amounts and duty-free allowance”.

  • Duty-free amounts and duty-free allowance

    Goods intended for your own personal use / for persons living in the same household can be brought into Austria without paying charges. read more

  • Travelling with your vehicle

    read moreTravelling with your vehicle "

  • Rates of duty and reduced rates of duty

    When you have used up your allowance, the rates of duty that will be applied to additional goods in your personal luggage are basically those of the EU customs tariff. A separate rat of duty is provided for every type of class of goods. read more

  • Import charges

    When importing goods, travellers must basically pay the import charges that are due on the goods purchased abroad. Depending on the goods, these comprise customs duties and other import charges such as value-added tax on imports, excise duties on tobacco, beer or alcohol. read more

  • Which goods have to be declared?

    When going through customs control, you must declare certain goods; in other words, you must submit a customs declaration. read more