0043 664 413 13 25 / 0043 676 657 11 66
CO: Ingrid Boutique
Thumersbacher Strasse 43
5700 Zell am See, Österreich
Authority gem. ECG: Bezirkshauptmannschaft Zell am See
AT – U62511525
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General terms of business
1. Conclusion of contract – deposit, final payment, additional costs & deposit
1.1. The accommodation contract comes into existence when the contractor (guest) accepts the order from the accommodation provider (landlord). Electronic declarations are deemed to have been received if the party for whom they are intended can access them under normal circumstances and access takes place during the proprietor’s announced business hours.
1.2. The accommodation provider (landlord) is entitled to conclude the accommodation contract on the condition that the contractual partner (guest) makes a down payment. In this case, the accommodation provider (landlord) is obliged to inform the contractual partner of the required down payment before accepting the contractual partner’s written or oral order. If the contractual partner declares his consent to the down payment (in writing or verbally), the accommodation contract is concluded upon receipt of the declaration of consent for the payment of the contractual partner’s down payment to the accommodation provider (landlord).
1.3. The contractual partner (guest) is obliged to pay the down payment of 50% of the overnight stay amount within 2 days after the request. The remaining payment of 50% of the overnight stay amount must be paid at least one month before arrival. If the request and arrival take place within the same month, 100% of the overnight stay must be paid within 2 days.
1.4. The down payment of 50% of the amount of the overnight stay is a partial payment on the agreed fee.
1.5. The additional costs (additional costs, heating costs, local tax and other extras booked) and the deposit of € 500 must be paid before arrival. The deposit will be released after departure and after the proper condition of the accommodation has been determined, within 7 days of your departure.
1.6. The contract partner (guest) bears the costs for the money transaction (eg transfer costs). The respective terms and conditions of the card company apply to credit and debit cards.
2. Beginning and end of the accommodation
2.1. The contractual partner (guest) has the right, if the accommodation provider (landlord) does not offer any other reference time, to move into the rented rooms from 4:00 p.m. on the agreed day (“arrival day”).
2.2. The rented rooms must be vacated by the contractual partner (guest) by 10:00 a.m. on the day of departure. The accommodation provider (landlord) is entitled to charge another day if the rented rooms are not cleared in time.
3. Withdrawal from the accommodation contract – cancellation fees
Cancellation by the accommodation provider (landlord)
3.1. If the down payment and final payment has not been made by the contractual partner (guest) on time, the accommodation provider (landlord) can withdraw from the accommodation contract without grace period.
3.2. If the contractual partner (guest) does not appear by 8:00 p.m. on the agreed arrival date, there is no obligation to provide accommodation, unless a later arrival time has been agreed.
3.3. If the contract partner (guest) has made a down payment, but the remaining payment was not made on time (one month before arrival), the accommodation provider (landlord) can withdraw from the accommodation contract without grace period.
3.4. Up to 3 months before the agreed date of arrival of the contractual partner (guest), the accommodation contract can be canceled by the accommodation provider (landlord) by means of a unilateral declaration.
Cancellation by the contractual partner (guest) – cancellation fees
The right of withdrawal according to § 18 paragraph 1 line 10 FAGG does not apply, instead the following general terms and conditions apply:
3.5. Up to 9 months before the agreed date of arrival of the contractual partner (guest), the accommodation contract can be canceled by paying the unilateral declaration by the contractual partner without paying a cancellation fee. However, a processing fee of EURO 60 will be retained.
3.6. Withdrawal by a unilateral declaration by the contractual partner (guest) is only possible with payment of the cancellation fee. If the contract partner (guest) cancels:
From 9 months to 1 month before the day of arrival, 50% of the total room amount will be charged;
From 1 month before the day of arrival and early departure, 100% of the total room amount will be charged.
The corresponding repayment to the contractual partner (guest) is made by the accommodation provider (landlord) at the latest on the day of arrival.
We recommend that you take out travel insurance with European Travel Insurance so that you are well insured in the event of an emergency and do not suffer any financial disadvantages.
4. Obstacles to arrival
4.1. If the contractual partner (guest) cannot appear in the accommodation (accommodation) on the day of arrival, because all unforeseen circumstances or events that are considered force majeure make all travel possibilities impossible, the contractual partner (guest) is not obliged to pay the additional costs ( Additional costs, heating costs, local tax and other extras booked). The accommodation provider (landlord) is not obliged to reimburse the overnight stay amount paid by the contracting party (guest), however the accommodation provider (landlord) is obliged to offer the contracting party (guest) a free rebooking without time limit to a later period.
4.2. Force majeure means any event beyond the control of the parties that is unpredictable and that prevents either the contract partner (guest) or the accommodation provider (landlord) from fulfilling all or part of the obligations under the contract. This applies to strikes, riots, riots, extreme snowfall, floods or bans issued by government and other authorities. In the case of events that are to be regarded as force majeure, it is expressly agreed that the fulfillment of the mutual obligations of the contractual partner (guest) and the accommodation provider (landlord) is suspended and that each party bears the resulting costs.
5. Provision of alternative accommodation
5.1. The accommodation provider (landlord) can provide the contractual partner (guest) with adequate replacement accommodation (of the same quality), especially if the deviation is minor and objectively justified.
5.2. A factual justification is given, for example, if the room (s) has (have) become unusable, guests who have already stayed are extending their stay, there is an overbooking or other important operational measures require this step.
5.3. Any additional expenses for the replacement accommodation are at the expense of the accommodation provider (landlord).
6. Rights of the contractual partner
6.1. By concluding an accommodation contract, the contractual partner (guest) acquires the right to the usual use of the rented rooms, the facilities of the accommodation company, which are usually accessible to the contractual partner (guest) for use and without special conditions, and to the usual service. The contractual partner (guest) must exercise his rights in accordance with any guest guidelines (house rules).
6.2. The contractual partner (guest) is obliged to cooperate in the event of service disruptions within the framework of the statutory provisions, to avoid possible damage or to keep it to a minimum.
6.3. The contractual partner (guest) is particularly obliged to report defects to the accommodation provider (landlord). The accommodation provider (landlord) is obliged to remedy the defects within a reasonable period.
6.4. The contractual partner (guest) undertakes to notify the accommodation provider (landlord) of the defects, in writing via message or email, individually and as specifically as possible within 3 days after arrival and to document these defects as well as possible with photos. If defects are only expressed by the contractual partner (guest) from the 3rd day of the stay or afterwards, claims for reduction or compensation do not apply.
7. Obligations of the contractual partner
7.1. The contractual partner (guest) is obliged, at the latest at the time of departure, the agreed fee (due overnight price, additional costs, etc.) plus any additional amounts that have arisen due to separate use of services by him and / or the accompanying guests / fellow travelers plus statutory sales tax to pay.
7.2. The accommodation provider (landlord) is not obliged to accept foreign currencies. If the accommodation provider (landlord) accepts foreign currencies, they will be accepted at the daily exchange rate. If the accommodation provider (landlord) accepts foreign currencies or cashless means of payment, the contractual partner (guest) bears all related costs, such as inquiries with credit card companies, telegrams, etc.
7.3. The contractual partner (guest) is liable to the accommodation provider (landlord) for any damage that he or one of the accompanying guests or other persons who receive the services of the accommodation provider (landlord) with the knowledge or will of the contractual partner.
7.4. The amount of the damage caused by the contractual partner (guest) or one of the accompanying guests to repair or replacement can be deducted by the accommodation provider (landlord) from the deposit made by the contractual partner (guest).
8. Rights of the accommodation provider
8.1. If the contractual partner (guest) refuses to pay the sung fee or is in arrears with it, the accommodation provider (landlord) is entitled to the statutory right of retention pursuant to Section 970c ABGB and the statutory lien according to Section 1101 ABGB to the items brought in by the contractual partner (guest). The accommodation provider (landlord) is also entitled to this right of retention or lien to secure his claim from the accommodation contract, in particular for meals, other expenses made for the contractual partner (guest) and for any claims for compensation of any kind.
9. Obligations of the accommodation provider
9.1. The accommodation provider (landlord) is obliged to provide the agreed services to an extent corresponding to his standard.
9.2. Special services of the accommodation provider (landlord) that are subject to labeling and which are not included in the accommodation fee are exemplary: Special accommodation services that can be billed separately, such as the provision of salons, sauna, indoor pool, swimming pool, solarium, garage, etc.; a reduced price will be charged for the provision of additional beds or cots.
10. Animal husbandry
10.1. Animals may only be brought into the accommodation facility with the prior consent of the accommodation provider (landlord) and possibly for a fee of EUR 15 per pet.
10.2. The contractual partner (guest), who takes an animal with him, is obliged to properly keep or supervise this animal during his stay or to have it kept or supervised by suitable third parties at his own expense.
10.3. The contractual partner (guest) who takes an animal with him / her must have appropriate animal liability insurance or private liability insurance, which also covers possible damage caused by animals. Proof of the corresponding insurance must be provided at the request of the accommodation provider (landlord).
11. Extension of accommodation
11.1. The contractual partner (guest) is not entitled to have his stay extended. If the contractual partner (guest) announces his wish to extend the stay in good time, the accommodation provider (landlord) can agree to the extension of the accommodation contract. The accommodation provider (landlord) has no obligation to do so.
11.2. If the contractual partner (guest) cannot leave the accommodation facility on the day of departure because all unforeseen circumstances that are subject to force majeure block all departure options or cannot be used, the accommodation contract is automatically extended for the duration of the impossibility of departure. A reduction of the fee for this time is only possible if the contractual partner (guest) cannot use the services offered by the accommodation company to the full due to the extraordinary weather conditions. The accommodation provider (landlord) is entitled to request at least the fee that corresponds to the price usually charged in the off-season.
12. Termination of the accommodation contract – early termination
12.1. If the accommodation contract was concluded for a certain period of time, it ends at the end of time.
12.2. If the contractual partner (guest) leaves prematurely, the accommodation provider (landlord) is entitled to demand the full agreed fee. The accommodation provider (landlord) will deduct what he saves as a result of not making use of his range of services or what he has obtained by renting the rooms ordered to someone else. Savings are only available if the accommodation facility is fully utilized at the time the guest ordered rooms are not used and the room can be rented to other guests due to the cancellation of the contractual partner (guest). The contractual partner (guest) bears the burden of proof of the savings.
12.3. The contract with the accommodation provider (landlord) ends when a guest dies.
12.4. If the accommodation contract was concluded for an indefinite period, the contracting parties can terminate the contract until 10 a.m. on the third day before the intended end of the contract.
12.5. The accommodation provider (landlord) is entitled to terminate the accommodation contract with immediate effect for an important reason, in particular if the contracting partner or the guest makes considerable disadvantageous use of the premises or through his reckless, offensive or otherwise grossly improper behavior towards the other guests, the Owner whose people or the third party residing in the accommodation facility disguises themselves from living together or is guilty of a punishable act against property, morality or physical security towards these persons; an infectious disease or an illness that extends beyond the duration of the stay, is affected or otherwise requires care; the submitted invoices are not paid when due within a reasonable period (3 days).
12.6. If the fulfillment of the contract becomes impossible due to an event that is considered force majeure (e.g. elementary events, strike, lockout, official orders, etc.), the accommodation provider (landlord) can terminate the accommodation contract at any time without observing a notice period, unless the contract is already in place the law is deemed to be dissolved, or the accommodation provider (landlord) is released from his obligation to provide accommodation. Any claims for damages by the contractual partner (guest) are excluded.
13. Place of performance, jurisdiction and choice of law
13.1. The place of performance is the place where the accommodation is located.
13.2. This contract is subject to Austrian formal and substantive law to the exclusion of the rules of private international law (especially IPRG and EVÜ) and UN sales law.
13.3. The exclusive place of jurisdiction in two-sided business is the registered office of the accommodation provider (landlord), whereby the accommodation provider (landlord) is also entitled to assert his rights at any other local and factually competent court.
We recommend taking out travel cancellation insurance, such as Europäische Reiseversicherung AG., More than just cancellation protection (without deductible) for your vacation in Austria. Information on this can be found under insurance for Austrian vacation.
Thank you for your interest in our website. Protecting your privacy is very important to us. Below we will inform you in detail about the handling of your data.
This data protection declaration applies to all persons who use the services of Holiday Austria – Rental & Vacation Rental. We are thus informing you about the type, scope and purpose of the collection and use of your personal data by our company. We respect your privacy and strive to comply precisely with the legal requirements for the processing of your personal data (EU Regulation No. 679/2016 (GDPR), DSG 2000, DSG 2018 and TKG 2003). All of your personal data will be processed on this basis.
Responsible for data processing is: Holiday Austria – Ingrid Boutique
By using our services and giving consent in the sense of this declaration, you confirm that you have reached the age of 14 and are able to give a permitted consent, or that there is already effective consent from your legal guardian or your administrator.
2. Information according to Art 13 GDPR
Your personal data, in particular
Your master data (last name, first name, address, email address, telephone and fax number, date of birth, customer number) as well as language and vehicle registration number,
the data in travel documents (passport number, passport data, date of birth, issuing authority, duration, nationality) and identity cards (identity card, driver’s license etc. including issuing authority and duration),
the data on the method of payment and in connection with payments, in particular with EC cards, credit cards and bank cards,
the length of stay you have not asked, as well as destinations related to the stay, contact persons, conditions, special services, health data, personal preferences that you have given us, and
Special categories of data such as health data as well as data on special needs and on marriage / partnership are required for our services. This also includes bookings of trips, tourist guides, catering, rental vehicles, transfers, registry processing, insurance, events, tours, accreditations, vouchers including customer investment, billing and their verification (B2B, B2C, FIT), ticket bookings.
This data is therefore stored, processed and, if necessary, by third parties with whom we work to provide the most effective and best possible service for our customers – service providers in third countries can also act as processors, software and agency service providers , as well as other service providers belong -, transmitted. We do not use profiling and automated decisions.
The legal bases for these data processing processes are
the fulfillment of our pre-contractual and contractual obligations towards you,
consent obtained from you,
legal, contractual or other legal obligations on our part (e.g. documentation rights and obligations according to accounting, tax and customs law, contracts, reporting, legal disputes) as well as § 96 TKG and
our legitimate interests (e.g. the improvement of our customer service, also in the area of direct advertising or the protection of our own legal interests).
The duration of storage is based on the duration of our business relationship, the consent you have given, and also on the statutory retention requirements and legal obligations that apply to us. We emphasize that in the event of regular cooperation for our best possible customer service, we strive to know your customer requests that have already been sent to us so well that we can satisfy you continuously and permanently.
NOTE: Information about information according to Art 14 GDPR, if personal data are processed, which are not collected directly from the customers as data subjects (see also point 1 of the explanations and notes (“Placement and content of the data protection declaration”) to this declaration.
3. Our websites
When you access our website, your access data is automatically collected and saved. This access data can include, in particular, the page viewed, the files viewed, the date and time of the call, the IP address of the user, the data of the calling computer, in particular the browser and the operating system, as well as the amount of data and the message of the successful call. We use this access data for internal statistical purposes to ensure the security of our offer and to optimize the offer. If an illegal act is suspected, the access data will be evaluated to secure evidence.
By entering your personal data in one of our contact forms, you consent to the transmission and storage and processing by us for the duration of the support of this specific request. This applies in particular to your inquiries via the contact form, chat and emails that you send us. We need this data to process your request and in this case also save your IP address for the purpose of securing evidence. The storage takes place as long as this is necessary for the care of any additional or subsequent questions asked by you or us.
The legal bases for this data processing are your consent, our pre-contractual and contractual obligations towards you, our legitimate interests and legal obligations of all kinds and § 96 TKG.
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Every newsletter you receive contains all the information you need to unsubscribe from the newsletter. For more information about our newsletters, please contact us at Holiday Austria: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The content of our website has been carefully created and checked several times, but we assume no liability for the topicality, correctness and completeness of the information provided. Claims for damages due to the use or non-use of the information or through the use of incorrect or incomplete information are excluded. All offers are non-binding. We reserve the right to change, supplement or delete the offer or parts thereof without prior notice or to temporarily or permanently discontinue publication of the website.
The content and programming of our website are protected by copyright and ancillary copyright. Any duplication – even in part – and public reproduction, in particular the copying of texts, graphics and photos, is prohibited without our prior written consent.
5. Transmission to third parties / obligations of processors
We may process your personal data
within the group taking into account the permissible uses,
to processors (e.g. for our electronic advertising in the form of newsletters) as well as to third parties who must be involved in the provision of the services you have requested and who have all committed to us to comply with the applicable data protection standards. If compliance with European data protection standards is not possible – for example because standard contractual clauses, adequacy decisions or certifications are not guaranteed in a specific case – we will clarify this in good time and also obtain the necessary consent from you. For further information please contact us at Holiday Austria: email@example.com
6. Cookies, tracking services & plugins
In order to make visiting our website attractive and to enable the use of certain functions, we use so-called cookies on various pages. These are small pieces of text that are used to store information in web browsers. Cookies are recognized the next time you visit our website and make a significant contribution to speeding up loading processes and making it convenient for you to use our offers. Your information, which is recognized and stored by cookies, is used for your recognition, but also for the analysis of your user behavior. They are stored on the server of the respective provider who, as the processor, has committed to us to comply with the applicable data protection standards.
After you have visited our website, cookies remain stored on your end device, unless you refuse to do so in advance or you do not actively delete cookies. The active deactivation of cookies can impair the functionality of our website for you. You can also prevent the storage of cookies by setting your browser software accordingly. However, we would like to point out that in this case you may not be able to use all functions of our website.
You can also prevent the data generated by the cookie and related to your use of the website (including your IP address) from being forwarded to Google and the processing of this data by Google by using the browser available on the google.com website. Download and install the plugin. However, the plug-in is only available for certain browser programs.
We also use third-party content on our website to make our website as informative and comfortable as possible for you. These include, for example, Google Maps, RSS feeds, Facebook or Youtube. For technical reasons, these third-party providers receive your IP address. We have no influence on the use of this data by the third-party provider. In this regard, we refer to the data protection declarations of the respective providers.
Google uses this information to evaluate your use of the website, to compile reports on website activity and to provide other services related to website and internet usage to the website operator. The IP address transmitted by your browser as part of Google Analytics will not be merged with other Google data. In this context, please also note Google’s data protection declaration, in particular the information available under the following two links: http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html and http://policies.google.com/? hl = de
You can prevent Google from collecting the data generated by the cookie and relating to your use of the website (including your IP address) and from processing this data by Google by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available under the following link : http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de
We use Facebook social plug-ins from the social network Facebook, operated by Facebook Ireland Limited, 4 Grand Canal Square Dublin 2, Ireland, and Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94303, USA. The plugins are marked with a Facebook logo or the addition “Social plug-in from Facebook” or “Facebook social plugin”. These plug-ins are buttons that Facebook uses to measure who visits our website. If the visitor is also registered as a user on Facebook and logged in, further information from Facebook is also saved. Facebook receives your IP address for technical reasons.
When you visit a page of our website that contains such a plugin, your browser establishes a direct connection to the Facebook servers. The content of the plug-in is transmitted from Facebook directly to your browser and integrated into the page. Through this integration, Facebook receives the information that your browser has accessed the corresponding page of our website, even if you do not have a Facebook profile or are currently not logged in to Facebook. This information (including your IP address) is sent from your browser directly to a Facebook server in the USA and stored there.
For the purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of the data by Facebook, as well as your rights in this regard and setting options for protecting your privacy, please refer to Facebook’s data protection information: http://www.facebook.com/policy.php
There you will also receive information on how you can block Facebook social plug-ins with your browser.
Our website uses Google+ plugins (e.g. “+1” button), a so-called social plugin (“plugins”) of the social network, which is operated by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (” Google “) is operated. The plugins are e.g. B. recognizable by buttons with the sign “+1” on a white or colored background.
When you visit a page of our website that contains such a plugin, your browser establishes a direct connection to the Google servers. The content of the plugin is transmitted from Google directly to your browser and integrated into the page. Through the integration, Google receives the information that your browser has accessed the corresponding page of our website, even if you do not have a Google+ profile or are currently not logged in to Google+. This information (including your IP address) is sent from your browser directly to a Google server in the USA and stored there.
If you are logged in to Google+, Google can immediately assign your visit to our website to your Google+ profile. If you interact with the plugins, for example by pressing the “+1” button, the corresponding information is also transmitted directly to a Google server and stored there. The information is also published on Google+ and shown to your contacts there.
The purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of the data by Google as well as your rights and setting options for protecting your privacy can be found in Google’s data protection information: http://developers.google.com/+/web/buttons-policy
If you do not want Google to assign the data collected via our website directly to your Google+ profile, you must log out of Google+ before visiting our website. You can also completely prevent the loading of Google plugins with add-ons for your browser, e.g. B. with a script blocker.
We bind to detect bots, e.g. for entries in online forms, the “ReCaptcha” function from Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA, enters our online offer.
We use YouTube video plugins on our website. YouTube is operated by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (“Google”). The extended data protection setting is activated for videos from Youtube that are integrated on our website. This means that no information from website visitors is collected and stored on YouTube, unless they play the video.
The purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of the data by the provider as well as your rights and setting options to protect your privacy can be found in Google’s data protection information: http://developers.google.com/+/web/buttons- policy
The “Software-as-a-Service” offer Beds24, from the contractual partner: MPK Systems LTD, Davoser Str. 1g, D-14199 Berlin, Managing Director / Managing Director: Mark Kinchin, is integrated into our website via a plug-in. As an accommodation provider, Beds24 provides us with services in the form of a “software as a service” offer within the framework of a separate agreement. The contractually agreed software services enable us to generate and manage Holiday Austria, bookings made by you, our guests (hereinafter referred to as “guests”) via our own website or via third-party portals and any other data processing processes associated with them to control.
In fulfilling its contractual obligation as a provider of the “Software as a Service” offer, Beds24 processes personal data for us in accordance with Art. 4 No. 2 and Art. 28 GDPR in accordance with the provisions. The provisions of this agreement become effective upon conclusion of the usage agreement for Beds24. Their effectiveness ends with the termination of the user agreement. The contractually agreed data processing is necessary to provide us with the contractually required system and to enable our guests to make bookings.
We process data from guests who make bookings via our website or bookings that we make ourselves or that are made by third parties. For this purpose, the information required for booking processing is recorded, such as:
Inventory data (e.g., names of travelers, addresses).
Information on booking identification (booking number, etc.).
Information on the time of booking.
Information about the booking content (arrival and departure date, booking object, etc.).
Contact details (e.g., email, phone numbers).
Meta / communication data (e.g., device information, IP addresses).
Information about preferences that guests may have regarding your stay.
The purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of the data by Beds24 as well as your rights in this regard and setting options to protect your privacy can be found in Beds24’s data protection information: http://beds24.de/privacypolicy.html. Further information can also be found at: http://beds24.de/dataprocessingagreement.html and http://beds24.de/useragreement.html
You can request information about your personal data stored by us at any time free of charge. As the person concerned, you also have the right to withdraw, information, deletion, correction, restriction and transfer of your personal data, provided that there is no statutory retention requirement on our part. Consequences of cancellation: deletion.
If you have any questions about the collection, processing or use of your personal data, information, correction, blocking or deletion of data, as well as revocation of consent or objection to a specific use of data, please contact us directly using the contact details in our imprint.
For more information about your rights, as a data subject, please contact us at Holiday Austria – Ingrid Boutique: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re here to help. The Austrian Data Protection Authority (DSB), Wickenburggasse 8-10, 1080 Vienna, is responsible for complaints as the supervisory authority.
We have implemented organizational and technical protective measures, which we continuously evaluate and adapt if necessary, in order to protect the personal data that we store and process.
We reserve the right to change this data protection declaration at any time and to adapt it to new developments. The new version applies from the time it is made available on our website. The current version of the data protection declaration is available at any time on the website at: https://www.holidayaustria.info/legal/#Datenschutz, our imprint at: https://www.holidayaustria.info/legal/#impressum
This data protection declaration was last edited by us on May 23, 2018. This data protection declaration was summarized on the basis of the documents that were created and made available by the WKO Austria’s Federal Tourism and Leisure Sector and its professional associations, together with the MSP law firm. Further information can be found at: http://www.wko.at/branchen/tourismus-freizeitwirtschaft/fachverbaende.html and http://www.wko.at/branchen/tourismus-freizeitwirtschaft/fachverbaende.html
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