General Information



Rome is the largest and most populous city in Italy and one of the largest European capitals. It is characterised by the highest concentration of historical and architectural heritage in the World. Its historical center is bounded by the perimeter of the Aurelian walls, testimonials of nearly three millennia, and is the expression of the historical, artistic and cultural heritage of the Western European World. In 1980, together with the Vatican, it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Rome, the Heart of Christianity, is the only city in the world to accommodate a foreign State inside it, the enclave of the Vatican city. This is why it is often defined as the Capital of two States. Over 16% of the world’s cultural heritage is found in Rome (70% of the Italian heritage).

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Located just a few minutes from Rome’s historical centre, the Rome Cavalieri is equipped with one of the biggest, most elegant and most technological Congress centers in Europe. It is built on different levels and extends over 8700 m². The Cavalieri Lounge, 1600 m² in total, is able to accommodate up to 2100 guests. It has a stage of over 100 m² comprising 4 sections separated by the use of soundproof walls. Equipped with a private entrance, it allows easy movement to large sets and the possibility of introducing large exhibition objects. 24 modern meeting rooms and large congress areas are available next to the Cavalieri Lounge.

How to get there

Leonardo Da Vinci/Fiumicino
At the airport exit, take A91 to Rome for 11,5 Km

  • Take the exit towards direction SS1 “Via Aurelia/Città del Vaticano”
  • Enter A90 “GRA – Grande Raccordo Anulare” and continue for 6,1 km
  • Take the first exit to “Roma – Aurelio/Vaticano”
  • Take the direct train “Leonardo Express” from Fiumicino airport station (train every 30 minutes) to Roma Termini train station
  • Take underground line A (Battistini direction) and get off after two stops at “Cipro”
  • Take bus line 913, get off at “Medaglie d’Oro/Romagnoli” and proceed for 400 m to the destination


  • Exit from airport, right turn towards Rome centre
  • Continue on “Via Appia Nuova” for 2 km
  • Exit for A90 GRA – direction to “Fiumicino/Civitavecchia”, and continue for 23.4 km
  • Take exit 1 to “Roma – Aurelio/Vaticano”
  • Take bus “Terravision” from Ciampino Airport to Roma Termini train station
  • Take underground line A (Battistini direction) and get off after two stops at “Cipro”
  • Take bus line 913, get off at “Medaglie d’Oro/Romagnoli” and proceed for 400 m to the destination

Termini (Means of transport from the train station)

  • Take underground line A (Battistini direction) and after two stops get off at “Cipro”


Average rates are:

  • From/For Ciampino Airport -About €60.00
  • From/For Fiumicino Airport – About €60.00
  • From/For Termini Train Station – About €50.00

Congress Access

The Congress is a CME accredited event. Only participants equipped with a badge can access the Congress. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Access to the Scientific Rooms is subject to rules aimed at preserving scientific independence from any influence or commercial interest.

Access Badge

The access badge, issued during the registration time, is for the exclusive use of the holder.

Badge Types:

  • President
  • Moderator
  • Speaker
  • Secretary
  • Participant
  • Badge with name
  • Exhibitor*
  • Visitor*

*access is only allowed to the exhibition area.