A heady mix of haunting ruins, awe-inspiring art and vibrant street life; Italy’s hot-blooded capital is one of the world’s most romantic and charismatic cities.
For almost 2,700 years, Rome has been continuously inhabited, and as the headquarters initially of the Roman Empire and then of the Roman Catholic Church, it has had a huge impact on the world.
Many European languages are based on Latin, many political and legal systems follow the ancient Roman model; and buildings all round the world utilise styles and techniques which were perfected in ancient Rome.
The Rome Marriott Park Hotel is located only 11km from Fiumicino International Airport and 14km from Rome's city centre. A taxi ride will take you into the centre, where you can wander to the Coliseum, ascend the Spanish Steps and make your wish at the Trevi Fountain. As one of Europe's largest convention centres, all 601 rooms at the hotel have luxurious “Marriott Revive” bedding, marble bathrooms, soundproof windows and handcrafted furniture.
The conference fee includes attendance at all conference sessions and workshops, access to all digital conference information, conference lunches and two conference dinners.
The fee for accompanying persons includes two conference dinners and the tour on Wednesday 26 October
(see Social Events).
Prices below are in EUR:
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*This rate is available to member organisations from developing countries where the member organisation has gross premium income of less than USD 20 million. Each company can register a maximum of two delegates at this rate.
Any cancellations received prior to 13 September 2022 will be given 90% refund. Any cancellations received on or after 13 September 2022 will be subject to the conference fee being paid in full. The fee will be kept as credit and your company will be able to use it later against any other paying activity organised by ICMIF (including other conferences or leadership courses) for up to two years (by the end of 2024).
There will be an ICMIF registration desk located in the foyer of Michelangelo Ballroom of the Marriot Park Hotel. The desk will be open for conference registration on Monday 24 October, from 13.00 to 18.00 and on Tuesday 25 October from 08.00 to 18.00. Upon arrival at the hotel, you will need to register in order to receive your delegate badge.
Full information on the Centenary Conference, including the agenda, speaker information and profiles, and all logistical information, will be available on the conference website prior to the event. This website will also contain all the latest practical information relating to the event. The speeches, PowerPoint presentations and videos will be posted on the conference website soon after the event comes to a close.
At the conference, simultaneous interpretation will be offered in English, Spanish, Japanese and French.
Although the official language spoken in Rome is Italian, travellers will find that many locals speak English, especially those who work in restaurants, hotels and other places associated with tourism.
Rome has two airports - Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) and Ciampino.
Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) airport FCO is Rome’s main airport. Each day the hub connects with 200 destinations with an effectiveness and security that are unrivalled in the world, with over 40 million passengers per year. It is also well-connected with the centre of Rome during the day by an express train.
The express train between Fiumicino Airport and Stazione Termini (Rome's main train station) costs EUR 9.50 and the journey takes about 30 minutes. The train departs from and arrives at Termini station at track no 27 and runs from 06.30 till 11.30.
Ciampino airport: Rome's smaller airport, is mostly used by charter flights and budget airlines.
To get to the centre of Rome from this airport, take the COTRAL bus, get off at Metro A: Anagnina station, then to Termini Station. The COTRAL bus runs every 30 minutes, until 23.00. The only way to get to Rome after this time is to take a taxi.
The licenced taxi drivers are located at the stand where there is a sign that reads “TAXI” located directly outside of the arrival terminal. Taxis in Rome are white and have an emblem on the side door that reads “Comune di Roma.”
The fixed fare for an official Rome taxi is EUR 48 between Fiumicino airportand central Rome (within the Aurelian walls) for up to four people and their luggage. The trip takes approximately 45 minutes to most parts of this central area. The trip from the airport to the conference hotel Marriot Park should be approximately EUR 35.
Please note that the fixed price from the airport to central Rome applies only to taxis which are licensed by the City of Rome. Other taxis, such as those licensed by the Comune of Fiumicino, can charge by their meter. We recommend that you take an official, licenced Roman taxi.
The fare from Ciampino airport to the city centre is EUR 30.
In determining access to our events ICMIF will follow the guidelines in force in host countries in regard to vaccination status. Information regarding the latest requirements in Italy can be found here. We kindly request that anyone who wishes to attend the ICMIF Centenary Conference checks that they can comply with entry requirements to Italy.
This requirement applies to ICMIF staff, delegates, delegates’ accompanying persons, vendors, sponsors, media and any other ancillary partners who plan to attend or provide a service at any ICMIF event. ICMIF will continue to monitor the global COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on both domestic and international populations. We reserve the right to amend this vaccination policy accordingly.
For questions about ICMIF vaccination policy and/or eligibility to attend an ICMIF event, please contact Events@icmif.org
In Italy the unit of currency is the Euro (€). ATMs are widespread. Major credit cards are widely accepted but some smaller shops, trattorias and hotels might not take them.
Romans are not big tippers, but the following is a rough guide: