Venue & Hospitality

Conference Dates: March 21-23, 2019

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.

Transportation

Route Map

About City

Introduction

Rome was established in 753 BC by Romulus. Roman legend says that Romulus had a twin sibling called Remus. As infants they were deserted in the zone which later progressed toward becoming Rome. A she-wolf found and raised them; however when they grew up Romulus battled and slaughtered Remus and turned into the main leader of Rome! The number of inhabitants in the city of Rome is around 2.7 million. The whole metropolitan territory of Rome has an expected 3.7 million individuals.

Rome is situated at Lazio locale in Italy, Europe on a landmass reaching out from southern Europe into Mediterranean Sea, circumscribing France toward the northwest, Switzerland and Austria toward the north, Slovenia toward the upper east, and the Mediterranean Sea toward the south. Its opportunity zone 11 am = twelve Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). "Ethnic Composition: Italian; German, French, Slovenes, Albanian-Italians, Greek-Italians, Rome is raised 4,336 m (14,453 ft) above sea level.". Rome is hoisted 4,336 m (14,453 ft) above ocean level. Land area speaks to Latitude 41°54′N, Longitude 12°30′E. Atmosphere varies temperature, gentle winters and long, dry, sweltering summers, its yearly Mean Temperature will be 7.4°C (45.3°F) in January; 25.7°C (78.3°F) in July

Close to the banks of the Tiber River, 2,700 years back on seven slopes, the establishment of Rome was laid. It is a standout amongst the most antiquated urban communities in Europe. From that point forward, it has been consistently occupied and has developed into a city of right around three million individuals, covering 1,502 square kilometres (580 square miles). Rome is in southern Italy, in southern Europe, and has a parallel scope with New York State.

Found inland around 27 kilometres (17 miles) from the Tyrrhenian Sea, Rome is the capital city of Italy. Inside Rome's enclave is Vatican City. The seat of the papacy of the Roman Catholic Church, Vatican City has been perceived as an autonomous state by the Italian government since 1929. The magnificent arch of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City rules the Roman horizon. Once the focal point of the Roman Empire, Rome has been the capital of joined Italy since 1871, the economy stays solid—basically in light of tourism and government tasks. After World War II (1939– 45), the city built up a wide base of businesses; accordingly, the Rome of today has the central station of numerous multinational companies and organizations.

Isolated into two areas, the sprawling external city is changing with rural development. The recorded focus is a little region, situated on the eastern bank of the Tiber River and contains numerous landmarks of Rome's past enormity. The city is an unparalleled vault of landmarks from all periods in European history. The inheritance of the Roman Empire is broad, seen from the conservation of the Pantheon, thought about one of the finest surviving sanctuaries of days of yore, to the amazing Colosseum, an amphitheater that facilitated gladiatorial battle and different exhibitions. Old city dividers, triumphal curves, open gathering places, houses of worship, and castles are scattered all through Rome. With an exceptional abundance of work of art, Rome is a noteworthy world place for imaginative investigation and performing expressions.

Getting there

Italy is bound toward the north by Switzerland and Austria, toward the east by Slovenia and the Adriatic Sea, toward the south by the Mediterranean, Tyrrhenian, and Ligurian oceans, and toward the west by France. It covers 301,308 square kilometres (116,335 square miles), and Rome is situated about mostly down Italy's western drift.

Highways

Heading to and around Rome can be testing. The primary street connecting Rome toward the north and south of Italy is the Autostrade del sole, which associates with the ring street surrounding the city. The 13-kilometer (8-mile) Mount Frejus expressway burrow, incorporating France and Italy through the Alps, opened in 1980. The legitimate age for an auto rental is 21 years old. There are a few rental auto offices at the two air terminals and a couple at Termini Stazione.