The 31st international EAES Congress is taking place at the Roma Convention Center La Nuvola in Roma, Italy. This is an accessible location whether you are travelling by air, train, public transport or car.
Although it is said that all roads lead to Rome, unless you’re on a Mediterranean cruise or touring Europe by car, the easiest way of getting to Rome is either by plane or train.
Arriving by air
Rome has two international airports with over 40 million passengers passing through the city every year: Leonardo da Vinci Airport or Ciampino Airport.
Aeroporto di Roma Fiumicino is located approximately 22 km south west of the congress centre. From Roma you can fly direct from/to many cities in Europe, including Paris, London, Vienna, Frankfurt, Munich and Brussels.
Aeroporto di Roma Ciampino is located approximately 16 km east of the congress centre. However, this airport is very small and only serves various low-cost airlines, including Ryanair and Wizzair.
There are several ways to get from the airport to the congress centre: airport transfer service, taxi or express train.
From Leonardo Da Vinci Airport take the train line FL1 towards Fara Sabina-Orte. Get off at Eur Magliana.
From Ciampino Airport take the bus towards Anagnina station. There you can take the metro line A towards Battistini. Get off at Termini Station and take the metro line B towards Laurentina. Get off at Eur Magliana, Eur Palasport, Eur Fermi.
Arriving by train
The main railway station is in the city centre: Roma Termini railway station. This railway station is still a little bit aways from the congress centre. From Termini Station take the metro line B towards Laurentina. Get off at Eur Fermi (It is just 10 stops away from Termini Station).
From the Central Station, most cities in the region and the country can easily be reached by rail.
Arriving by car
La Nuvola Roma Convention Center is easily accessible by car.
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