Rome, the Eternal City, is the capital and largest city of Italy and of the Lazio region. The historic centre of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Famous for its history and architectural monuments: wonderful palaces, millennium-old churches, grand romantic ruins, opulent monuments, and graceful fountains in a cosmopolitan atmosphere and a growing nightlife.
Made more famous by Federico Fellini “La Dolce Vita” and Paolo Sorrentino “La Grande Bellezza”, Rome combines together history, art, culinary excellence, good weather and much more.
A city not to be missed any time of the year, which offers a huge variety of places to visit and activities to do.
Museums, live events and international shows, haute couture for fashion experience and shopping, haute cuisine for gourmet experience, sport, etc.
Take the chance to visit and experience one of the most beautiful city in the World.

Main Attractions


Colosseum

Roman Forum

Pantheon

Trevi Fountain

St Peter’s Basilica

Vatican Museum

Piazza Navona

Castel Sant'Angelo

The Conference will be held in:


Università Pontificia Salesiana
Rome, Italy

Istituto di Psicologia - Aula Paolo VI

Piazza dell'Ateneo Salesiano, 1


 

How to get there

By plane

From “Leonardo Da Vinci” Fiumicino International Airport there are two train lines available:

  • The Leonardo Express. Roma Termini stop
  • The suburban train FL1 line “Orte – Fara Sabina”. Nuovo Salario stop

From Ciampino Airport there are direct shuttle bus services to Termini Station:

By train

From Termini Station: Underground B1 Line (Direction Jonio). Exit Conca d'oro Stop then Bus 80 or 93 to Piazza Vimercati stop

By local transport

Underground B1 Line (Direction Jonio). Exit Conca d'oro then Bus 80 or 93 to Piazza Vimercati stop

For local travel information on buses, trams, trains etc please check ATAC website

By taxi

The main taxi companies may be called at

By car

Set a course

Parking

Limited free parking spaces available inside the venue.
Free parking spaces available outside the venue.

Rome, the Eternal City, is the capital and largest city of Italy and of the Lazio region. The historic centre of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Famous for its history and architectural monuments: wonderful palaces, millennium-old churches, grand romantic ruins, opulent monuments, and graceful fountains in a cosmopolitan atmosphere and a growing nightlife.
Made more famous by Federico Fellini “La Dolce Vita” and Paolo Sorrentino “La Grande Bellezza”, Rome combines together history, art, culinary excellence, good weather and much more.
A city not to be missed any time of the year, which offers a huge variety of places to visit and activities to do.
Museums, live events and international shows, haute couture for fashion experience and shopping, haute cuisine for gourmet experience, sport, etc.
Take the chance to visit and experience one of the most beautiful city in the World.

Main Attractions


Colosseum

Roman Forum

Pantheon

Trevi Fountain

St Peter’s Basilica

Vatican Museum

Piazza Navona

Castel Sant'Angelo

The Conference will be held in:


Università Pontificia Salesiana
Rome, Italy

Istituto di Psicologia - Aula Paolo VI

Piazza dell'Ateneo Salesiano, 1


 

How to get there

By plane

From “Leonardo Da Vinci” Fiumicino International Airport there are two train lines available:

  • The Leonardo Express. Roma Termini stop
  • The suburban train FL1 line “Orte – Fara Sabina”. Nuovo Salario stop

From Ciampino Airport there are direct shuttle bus services to Termini Station:

By train

From Termini Station: Underground B1 Line (Direction Jonio). Exit Conca d'oro Stop then Bus 80 or 93 to Piazza Vimercati stop

By local transport

Underground B1 Line (Direction Jonio). Exit Conca d'oro then Bus 80 or 93 to Piazza Vimercati stop

For local travel information on buses, trams, trains etc please check ATAC website

By taxi

The main taxi companies may be called at

By car

Set a course

Parking

Limited free parking spaces available inside the venue.
Free parking spaces available outside the venue.