“The Future of Food Safety” Conference will be accommodated by the Radisson Blu es. Hotel, which offers the biggest conference venue in Rome city centre and state-of-the-art communication technology. The Radisson Blu es. Hotel was built in 2002 in the heart of Rome and it is the first hotel to feature Italian design. The Hotel has a strategic location adjacent to Roma Termini Central railway station and within easy access to the express train connecting to Fiumicino airport, which at 32 km distance is only a 30 minute train ride away, and walking distance to two metro stations.
The Conference Venue will accommodate the main Conference, various workshops and MoniQA’s Task Force Meetings and General Assembly. All meetings are open to the public, but require advance registration.
The Radisson Blu es. Hotel offers 232 guestrooms including 26 suites and 1 Presidential suite. Registered participants of the symposium enjoy discounted hotel rates! We will provide a booking link together with the registration confirmation.
Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumicino Airport is located 32 km west of the hotel When arriving by plane you can take the Leonardo Express non-stop train, departing every 15 or 30 minutes – depending on the time of day, from the airport and into the city center. The journey takes a mere 32 minutes, and all trains are equipped with dedicated seating and restrooms for passengers with reduced mobility. For updated ticket prices and departure times, please see the Leonardo Express website. When you arrive at Rome Termini Station, follow the indication along the rails for platform 25 to 27. In front of it, head down the stairs on the left, cross the street and you will arrive at the hotel.
Rome Termini Station, which is the central station for Rome and the base for all train transport, connects Rome with all of Italy and Europe. When you arrive at Rome Termini Station, follow the indication along the rails for platform 25 to 27. In front of it, head down the stairs on the left, cross the street and you will arrive at the hotel.
Metro lines A and B go around rather than through the historic city. The Vittorio Emanuele metro station is located two blocks away, which is serviced by metro line A. Termini metro station is a 10-minute walk away, and is serviced by both metro lines A and B.