Starting at just £8.29, affordable postage to Austria doesn’t mean compromising on a quality delivery service. We work with the UK’s most reliable international couriers so you can have peace of mind when you post to Austria.
Whether you need express delivery or you’re shipping on a budget, we can deliver your parcel in just 1-3 working days. And you can track your parcel for free to put your mind at ease.
We will send you all the customs documentation you need for your shipment to Austria. But before you send a parcel to Austria, it’s always important to check the country’s customs regulations, so you don’t send anything that could hold up your parcel. Another way to avoid delays is to make sure you don’t ship on Austria’s public holidays, as this could see your parcel arriving a day or two later than you expected.
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When you send a parcel to Austria, you may need to pay EU VAT depending on what your parcel contains, the parcel’s value and the circumstances of why you sent it.
If your postage to Austria is subject to EU VAT, the standard rate is 20%. But there are exceptions to paying EU VAT.
For example, if you’re sending a gift to Austria from one individual to another, i.e. not sent directly from a marketplace or business, that is under the value of €45 (about £39) then it won’t be subject to EU VAT.
Addressing a parcel to Austria is similar to how we write addresses in the UK, but don't forget to add the country's name in block capitals on the last line of the address.
Here’s more on how to address a parcel to Austria and here’s just one example to get you started:
When you book with Parcel2Go, your post to Austria could arrive just 1-3 working days. But if you opt for a more budget friendly service, our standard shipping times are between 2-8 days. At Parcel2Go, we have a service and a price point to suit everyone.
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Yes, you can send chocolate, but you cannot send fresh or perishable foods. It’s also important to know that there’s a chance your chocolate could melt in transit.
Read more about sending chocolate in the post.
Some items that are restricted from posting to Austria include:
Animal products such as horns, antlers and hooves and pigs hair or bristles
Fresh or perishable food
Insects, even if for biomedical research
Plants or any living organisms
For more on what you cannot post to Austria, please read our full prohibited items list.