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How can I check-in online with Austrian Airlines?
You can use the web check-in online via or the Austrian Airlines App. You need your last name in combination with the booking code, an e-ticket number or a frequent flyer program number.
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Where to stay in Milan

Where to stay in Milan
Hotel Straf
Overnight stay in a holding cell? Not quite? The scratched concrete walls and the dark rooms are part of the design concept of the stylish Hotel Straf. Vincenzo De Cotiis was responsible for the work of art that is Hotel Straf, and if he doesn't know what the in-crowd of Milan need, then who does? The rooms on offer here can be a bit oppressive for some guests. But the imminent panic-attack can be surpressed in one of the many wellbeing rooms available. Claustrophobics can relax in a massage chair or in the chromotherapy chambers. And for those that can't stand it anymore can workout in the 24-hour gym, which is frequented by fashion mavens. Apropros fashion, here you are only a Gucci-dress from the golden district away. So for a break from the slate, you can grab yourself a small black number from Dolce. A must-sleep for fashionistas! Double rooms from 200 euro a night.
Hotel Gray
Bulgari Hotel

What to see in Milan

What to see in Milan
La Triennale
What do Roy Liechtenstein, Swarovsky and the young, creative Poles have in common? They have all featured at the Triennale. The central hot-spot for modern art, innovative design and architecture are all tastefully brought under the one roof, which is in itself a work of art. The Triennale is sure to impress art connoisseurs, car-lovers (thanks to the new Mini collection) and star architects with the impressive display of industrial design. Don't forget to visit the café in Palazzo dell'Arte: Architect Michelle de Lucchi has created a purely white room as a simple contrast to enjoy a well-deserved espresso. It's called Coffee Design and it's frequented by all those with name and rank in the cultural scene. Come here to be inspired and learn that the hunger for more art is just a brew away.
Garden Floor

Where to shop in Milan

Where to shop in Milan
10 Corso Como
Let's retrospect: Carla Sozzani opens her Galleria Carla Sozzani at  Corso Como 10 in the inner yard of a former factory building in Milan. Back then you wouldn't have been able to find a photo gallery in the city, as photos were not regarded as art. Sozzani wanted to change this. More than twenty years later the busy Milanese is still communicating the art that's near and dear to her. Her Corso Como 10 has by now grown immensely. Helmut Newton, Annie Leibovitz and Bruce Weber have already been here with their photographs. Nowadays the gallery owner is working beside a design and fashion store, takes her lunch at the restaurant next door and grabs an espresso from the café right beside it. Corso Como 10 is a multifunctional space for networking, enjoyment and shopping: art, books, designer pieces, perfumes and lots of glitter. That might make you sleepy, but don't worry: one of the three 3Rooms apartments at Corso Como can accommodate you for a night or two.
Antique Market

Where to eat in Milan

Where to eat in Milan
Nobu Armani
It was just a question of time, until Armani teamed up with Nobu. The other Nobu restaurants are only to be found at the most exclusive addresses throughout the world. There's a Nobu in New York, one in Aspen and another in Beverly Hills. Do you recognise the red flags? The furnishings are just as aristocratic. Traditional Japanese with the typical Armani style translates to subtle elegance with indirect lighting and lots of glass. The cuisine spans the continent and stylishly brings east and west together. On the one plate there's traditional Japanese delicacies and the best that South America has to offer on the other. Tacos feature on the menu alongside sushi, jalapeno dressing compliments sushimi and yaki accompanies Argeninian beef. The clientele is more straightforward than the menu: Noble, noble, noble! You should wear Armani, to eat at Armani!
Ricerca Alimentar
Le Banque