XXVIII EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry

 Rome, Italy    September 1-5, 2024

Access to Rome

All roads lead to Rome!

By plane: 

Rome has two International airports: 

  • Fiumicino (FCO): the main and busiest international airport, handling over 45 airlines, including non-stop flights from overseas.
  • Ciampiano (CIA): a hub for many of the lowest-cost airlines serving Rome.
Both airports are arround 30-40 mins away from the center and both offer trains, shuttles and taxis for all budgets.
By train: 

Train travel in Italy is easy and comfortable, and is one of the most common ways of getting to Rome.
Rome has several train stations that connect with other Italian and European cities. Tha main station is Roma Termini. 
We also have a second "main" train station, Tiburtina, the main point of arrival and departure from many Eurostar trains in and out of Rome

Both are in the city, and you can easily get on the metro or take a taxi to get where you need to go.

For more information visit: Turismo Roma | Sito turistico ufficiale


What to do in Rome

Rome has over two thousand years of history. It was the world's first great modern metropolis. As the capital and centre of the empire and civilisation, it was home to the heart of the entire Western artistic and cultural heritage.

With such an array of wonders, UNESCO has awarded the title of World Heritage Site not to a single monument, square or palace, but to the whole of Rome's historic centre.

If you are thinking about what to do in Rome, you have come in the right place! The city offers a wide range of varied experiences. You cannot leave without revelling in the historical monuments such as the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Roman Forum. Plus, discover the museums, contemporary art galleries, parks, gardens, and countless other gems.

Visit Convention Bureau Roma e Lazio | Rome to discover all that Rome has to offer!