Rome can be easily reached thanks to its geographical position through the big airports, rail stations and roads links.


Rome is served by two international airports, well connected to the city centre: Airport Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) and Airport G.B. Pastine (Ciampino). Both hubs are served by the major flight companies, including the low-cost ones. Particularly, the international hub Leonardo da Vinci Airport is located in the direct neighborhood of Rome and connected to downtown by fast railroad and direct train.


Rome has an important railway link connected with the rest of Italy and with Europe by high-speed trains which can offer the greatest efficiency at a low cost.

The central railway station, Termini, is in the heart of the historical centre and very close to many hotels.


The number of hotels in Rome is countless. Only in one km range from the main Conference Venue there are a lot of accommodation structures (hotels, bed and breakfast, guest houses).

Click here to check list of hotels.

In addition, congress delegates can visit the official website

Visa Requirements and Invitation Letter                                                     

A customised invitation letter for visa purposes is only available for delegates who have confirmed and paid their registration in full. If you need it please send your request to

The letter is intended to help delegates obtain a visa but does not imply the ICED 2025 Congress will provide financial support.

Please visit the website of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for further information concerning the documents required to obtain a visa. We urge all delegates to keep in mind that a visa application may take some time to be processed and should, therefore, be initiated early enough to ensure it is accepted before the Congress begins.

We invite you to check with your local Italian Embassy regarding what sort of documents are necessary, as this may differ in different offices in the same country.