In the Heart of Europe, Rome is a city ity of Baroque and exuberance. Whether you are there for 3 days, 3 weeks or 3 months, be prepared to step into the world’s largest open air museum,
- Paris: 2h
- Brussels: 2h
- Amsterdam: 2h10
- London: 2h20
The conference will take place at the Rome Marriott Park Hotel which has an easy access from all directions central positions between the city center and the airport.
The hotel is approximatively 20km from the city center
Airport: Leonardo da Vinci International Airport
The Rome Marriott Park Hotel is located, from the airport, at
- 40-50 minutes by bus
- 15 minutes by car/taxi
Train station: Roma Termini
The Rome Marriott Park Hotel is located, from the train station, at
- 1 hour by bus
- 35 minutes by car/taxi
Rome’s weather varies from very hot in the summer to distinctly cold in the winter, and rather damp in the autumn. However, the weather is rarely severe or disruptive.
May is when the summer season really kicks off in Rome, with much warmer temperatures and less rain; it is the perfect time to see what Rome has to offer.
The average daily temperature usually rise to 23°C (73°F), and only dips as low as 11°C (52°F). Evenings are likely to be much cooler.
Check to local weather forecast is advisable.