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Italy

Italy
The Italian "boot" is located on a peninsula in the South of Europe. It is a country rich in history and culture. Currently a member of the European Union, Italy is also part of the G-8, an organization consisting of the eight strongest economic countries in the world. Italy has many globally known cities, for example Milan, Venice, Turin, Florence, just to name a few. The capital is Rome, home of the Vatican, one of the most famous destinations in global travel. The total population of Italy is about 60 million, predominantly Roman Catholics. The country is known for its fantastic cuisine, and has exported many of its dishes, for example pizza and pasta, around the globe. You can fly with Austrian Airlines to numerous destinations throughout Italy.

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Italy
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: Italian
  • Capital: Rome
  • Austrian flight destination: Bologna, Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice
Airport
  • Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino (FCO): The airport is located 32 km (20 miles) southwest of Rome, in the Lazio region of central Italy.
  • Address: Via dell’ Aeroporto di Fiumicino, 320, 00054 Fiumicino Rome, Italy
  • Telephone: +39-06 65 951
  • Airport Rome


Where to stay in Italy

Where to stay in Italy
Orange Hotel
No juice bar, but a refreshing and fruity boutique hotel: The Orange Hotel wins you over with its original design and wonderful view. You guessed it? Yes, it's orange all over. Yet they didn't overdo it and mixed the strong colour with a subdued grey, resulting in a joyful impression. A clear concept, modern and stylish execution, the rooms are straightforward and not overloaded. The Deluxe Orange even offers free room service for an extra serving of vitamins, however, those who have enough of orange on grey should move over to red and take a wine on the amazing rooftop terrace. Along with the Chianti you get a free view of cupola of St. Peter's Basilica, which is less than a hallelujah away from the hotel. Big plus: It's a juicy deal, with doubles starting at 69,- Euro.
San Carlo Suite
Stendhal Hotel

Where to shop in Italy

Where to shop in Italy
weTAD Store
A concept store should have a clear concept. The weTAD founders knew from the beginning that they wanted to open a flower shop. Still, you have to put them into something and so they also started to sell vases. And once there is such a nice smell, why not sell a few beautifully scented cosmetics along with it? O.k. And a hairdresser would also go well with the cosmetics. Wearing artistic creations on your head, why not put some on the wall, too? Oh, you look tired, how about an espresso in our café? Or just lay down for a bit on our sofas here, which, by the way, are also for sale. This is how it probably happened, because today the weTAD Concept Store sells just about anything: Flowers, modern art, furniture, coffee and night lotions. And, of course, fashion, preferably from Vivienne Westwood and Alexander Wang. Never seen anything like that? Then it's time to take a look into the weTAD Concept Store, which has everything except for a concept.
Nuyorica
Ferragamo

What to see in Italy

What to see in Italy
Lazio vs. Inter
In Milan, Inter and the AC are at war in the San Siro, in Rome Lazio fights against Roma in the Stadio Olimpico. The four teams have one thing in common: They are all brilliant, at least from an Austrian point of view. Inter brought home the Champions' League with its proven defensive technique, AC Milan got that sought-after title seven times in total, Roma is playing with Francesco Totti, who won the World Cup in 2006, and Lazio counters with the Argentinean master Mauro Matías Zárate.Real fans should not miss the popular derby in the Stadio Olimpico. In contrast to some of the players, the audience is anything but defensive, and quickly boils over when the blood is stirring. Small advice: If you buy a ticket for one of the popular games, make sure you to sit with the Roma fans, not with Lazio - unless you tend towards the extreme political right.
Dell `Orologio
Moa Casa

Where to eat in Italy

Where to eat in Italy
Club L'Isola
Naturists beware: You should wear something to get in - the L'Isola doesn't expose itself. It won't serve any skin nor anything else meat related. The eatery is entirely vegetarian, including vegan and macrobiotic options. The furnishing, with a lot of wood and warm colours, goes along with the organic food, such as Polpettine Vegetali (vegetarian dumplings), vegetarian pasta and healthy salads. The restaurant is a typical example of relaxed Italian vegetarianism: Fish is a staple on the menu, and while most vegetarians object to calling fish eaters by their name, it demonstrates that Italians are, as a general rule, oblivious to dogmas.
Caffé della Pace
Aroma

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