RSS 2014 Location Information
Rome is one of the most accessible cities in Europe.
It has two major airports: Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) (still frequently known as Fiumicino) and Ciampino (CIA).
FCO is the main hub of Italy, There are international flights from virtually all major airports.
CIA is smaller and mainly handles low-cost flights.
A frequent and cheap shuttle train connects FCO to Stazione Termini (the main train station in Rome), which is not far from the conference site.
Taxis are also available for fixed prices.
Connections from CIA are handled by bus or taxi.
The main conference will be hosted at Auditorium Antonianum, a multi-functional structure located in the center of the city, close to and at walking distance from the Roman Forum, Fontana di Trevi and Piazza di Spagna.
The workshops will be located in the rooms of the Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering Antonio Ruberti at 5 minutes walk from the Auditorium.
The Auditorium can be reached from Termini Station by subway (line A, 2 stops).
The nearest stop is MANZONI. Walking takes about 20 minutes.
July is a nice time to be in Rome, the weather is comfortably warm most of the day, it rains very rarely, the city looses most of its traffic, and becomes ideal for turism.
Rome is well served by public transport, with three subway lines, several urban railways and bus lines. For detailed information you can look at the ATAC web page A full map of the public transport can be found here