22 - 24 October 2020
Rome, Italy

General Information

General Information

Currency
The local currency is the Euro (EUR)

Electricity
The majority of the plugs in Italy are "Type L" (Italian socket type) with three prongs. However, it is also possible to find the "Type C" (Europlug), both with a voltage of 220V. If you're travelling from the UK, the US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand, you’ll need a travel plug adaptor. You can either purchase one before you leave or you can ask to borrow one at your hotel.

Important phone numbers
  • Police: 112
  • Emergencies: 113
  • Sanitary emergencies: 118
  • Area code for Rome: 06
  • Country code for Italy: +39

Insurance/Disclaimer
EAACI will not be held liable for personal injuries or for loss of or damage to property incurred by participants at the ISAF 2020. Participants are encouraged to purchase insurance to cover loss incurred in the event of cancellation, medical expenses or damage to or loss of personal effects when traveling outside of their own countries. EAACI cannot be held liable for any hindrance or disruption of the event, proceedings arising from natural, political, social or economic events or other unforeseen incidents beyond its control.

Registration of a participant implies acceptance of this condition. The materials presented at this continuing medical education activity are made available for educational purposes only.

Language
The official language of the meeting is English.

Local Time
The time zone in Rome is CET.

Meals and Coffees
Coffee and lunch breaks are included in the registration fee.

Mobile Phone Policy
Please respect the meeting policy and keep mobile phones on silent in all meeting rooms, the Exhibition Hall and Poster Area.

Photography and Video
Kindly respect that photography and video recording in the session rooms is strictly forbidden.

Transportation in Rome
The public transport system in Rome is very varied, cheap and user friendly. It includes two fully viable metro lines: Linea A (red) and Linea B (blue), six tram lines and 338 bus lines. Moreover, you can catch a taxi anywhere in Rome - taxi stands are spread throughout the city. Remember that you can only board one at a stand and can't hail a cab standing on the side of the streets. Rates can be calculated using a standard taxi fare calculator here.

Rome has two airports. The main airport is called the Fiumicino Airport and is located by the coast, 32km south-west of Rome. The other airport, Ciampino is mainly for low cost budget carriers and is much closer to the city that Fiumicino.
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