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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myAustrian Services

myAustrian Services

myAustrian Services are optional services, which you can add in order to customize your travel experience to suit your personal needs.


Stay in Italy

Stay in Italy
Buonanotte
The Italians got style. How nice when they pass it down to others. Luisa Longo does so. The artist and textile designer has opened her house-atelier Buonanotte Garibaldi in Rome and rents out three different rooms for selected design aficionados.   The luxurious B&B hotel in Trastevere used to be Longo's parental home. Today you'll find an inner courtyard with orange trees and palms as well as three rooms to retreat behind the green ivory gate. The rooms are adorned with a mix of antiquities from the 19th and 20th century and textiles individually designed by the owner. There you'll find, for example, the Chocolate Room with golden and coppery-coloured shades. The citrus fruits and their fresh colours have been integrated by the Roman into the Orange Room. In the Rome Room she's draped hand-painted silk and satin. She serves house-made cakes and marmalade. And during the night a fine bevvy accompanied by Bach or Händel.
The Inn
Hotel Pulitzer

Sights in Italy

Sights in Italy
Maxxi Museum
It took ten years, various culture secretaries and 150 million euro to complete the eccentric building designed by star architect Zaha Hadid. She especially put emphasis on the interaction between glass, fair-faced concrete and metal. Once again it becomes obvious: it's not only art, but also architecture which is maximal here in the Flaminio quarter.   The 27.000 square metres of the area with its 20 metres high entrance hall forms an open, urban space and guides the visitors along curved walls and interwoven levels on unexpected paths through five galleries. In the well-lit museum (thanks to the glass roof) we find the two museums MAXXI art and MAXXI architecture. The house is devoted to preserve and conserve the cultural heritage by means of exhibitions, workshops, performances and (educational) projects. But more: it offers space for experimenting and exploring modern aesthetic contents.   Tickets for 11 euro (reductions possible).
Dell `Orologio
Lazio vs. Inter

Shopping in Italy

Shopping in Italy
Fahrenheit 451
For all who don't know: 451° Fahrenheit is the temperature at which paper ignites and books burn. In contrast to Ray Bradbury's congenial novel there are no flames engulfing this charming bookshop. Bookworms are welcome. The Campo de Fiori is a bustling place so it's no wonder that the shop is full of customers. However, you won't find much Science Fiction here, the main topic being the arts and photography. Independent thinking is still allowed: The shop promotes smaller publishers and invites young authors to readings. If the firefighters have to come, then because you have caught fire: The staff are always in good spirits, and the atmosphere so relaxed that you'll definitely want to come back.
weTAD Store
Cerasari

Eat in Italy

Eat in Italy
Gusto
Feel like something completely different? Then you shouldn't miss the Gusto: With its brick walls, the bright ship planks and the solid wooden tables the restaurant is definitely one of the most modern in Rome.The interior design, the guests, the ambience: Everything seems cool and relaxed like in New York, the old Rome seems miles away. The cuisine is simple but trendy, undoubtedly Mediterranean, but with a modern twist.The downstairs Pizzeria serves specialities from the wood oven, such as Salami Pizza with Ricotta Cheese, mainly to a young crowd. The restaurant upstairs is a bit more classy, but still rather unpretentious for Rome. The wine bar starts at 18.00 with an aperitif for 9 Euro, and every Tuesday and Thursday it's Swing and Jazz night. If you want to try the recipes at home, take a look in the shop next door, where you can buy cookbooks and the right utensils.
Club L'Isola
Fabrica

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Is Wi-Fi available on board?
What costs apply when changing a booking?
To change your booking details you pay a rebooking fee and a handling charge, depending on the type of ticket. If you rebook in a higher booking class you will also have to pay the difference between the original fare and the new one. As a general rule, you may rebook your ticket in the same booking class or a higher one ֠provided there are still seats available..
When can I use my smartphone on board?
You can use your smartphone or other mobile devices up to 1 kg, like tablets, in flight mode during the whole time between take-off and landing. You cannot have a data link to mobile networks or a bluetooth connection. Exception: You can use the myAustrian FlyNet, our on-board internet connection. Connect via WLAN with our FlyNet portal and you can be online while being above the clouds.
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You can rebook online if...
  • ...you booked your ticket online at www.austrian.com.
  • ...your fare conditions allow rebooking.
  • ...the new flight has an Austrian Airlines flight number.
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  • the date
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  • all other tickets up to 24 hours before departure