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CONFERENCE VENUE
Why stay at a conference hotel?

  • You’ll be in the center of conference activity, that’s why! 
  • You’ll be able to network easily with other conference attendees. 
  • You’ll have a better conference experience overall. 

Each delegate is responsible for their own accommodation reservation. All questions related to the hotel reservation should be made directly with the Ergife Palace Hotel.

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  • You’ll be in the center of conference activity, that’s why! 
  • You’ll be able to network easily with other conference attendees. 
  • You’ll have a better conference experience overall. 

Each delegate is responsible for their own accommodation reservation. All questions related to the hotel reservation should be made directly with the Ergife Palace Hotel.

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The organizing committee has arranged special rooms rates for all AlgaEurope participants;

110 EUR single room / 130 EUR double room (VAT & American Buffet Breakfast included)

Book your room by sending an email to  ergife.booking@ergife.com

Ergife Palace Hotel 4*

Via Aurelia, 619,

00165 Rome RM,

Italy

HOW TO GET


Airport

The Hotel Ergife is not far from one of the main Rome airports and is well connected with transport from Rome Airport to hotel. The hotel is to be found 10 km from the Termini Station and is surely the best choice for those travelling by train. The Hotel Ergife Palace is only 4 km from Il Grand Raccordo Anulare and 25 km from Fiumicino airport.


From the airport Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) a direct train (Leonardo Express) leaves from the airport every 30 minutes and links Fiumicino to Rome Termini from early in the morning until 22.00. Once at Termini it is possible to take the METRO line A direction BATTISTINI, CORNELIA stop. From CORNELIA take the bus No. 246 for only three stops. 


By car

Take Il Grande Raccordo Anulare in the Fiumicino direction. Exit No. 1 AURELIA – CITTA DEL VATICANO. Then turn left after about 3 km onto Via Lombardi.


VISA GUIDELINES

Attendees from countries that require visas are reminded that the process of obtaining a visa may take several months. You are strongly encouraged to plan ahead and begin the application process early. Visa applications should be submitted for processing as early as possible no later than 90 days prior to travel.

Please note that the AlgaEurope 2020 organizers do not have any influence over the issuance of a visa. The determination is at the sole discretion of the Embassy/Consulate. Should your application be denied, the AlgaEurope 2020 organizers cannot change the decision of the governmental agency. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Isa Putman 

WHAT TO VISIT

1. Colosseum
The Colosseum is the main symbol of Rome. It is an imposing construction that, with almost 2,000 years of history, will bring you back in time to discover the way of  life in the Roman Empire. The construction of the Colosseum began in the year 72 under the empire of Vespasian and was finished in the year 80 during the rule of the emperor Titus. After completion, the Colosseum became the greatest Roman amphitheatre, measuring 188 meters in length, 156 meters in width and 57 meters in height.

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2. Roman Forum

The Roman Forum was where religious and public life in ancient Rome took place. The Forum is, along with the Colosseum, the greatest sign of the splendour of the Roman Empire that can be seen today. After the fall of the Empire, the Roman Forum was forgotten and little by little it was buried under the earth. Although in the 16th century the existence and location of the Forum was already known, it was not until the 20th century that excavations were carried out.

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3. Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain is the most beautiful fountain in Rome. Measuring some 20 meters in width by 26 meters in height, Trevi Fountain is also the largest fountain in the city.The origins of the fountain go back to the year 19 B.C., in which period the fountain formed the end of the Aqua Virgo aqueduct. The first fountain was built during the Renaissance, under the direction of Pope Nicholas V.

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