Covid-19 containment measures in Italy
The Italian government has set rules to stop the spread of coronavirus. We recommend that you periodically check the institutional websites listed below to be updated on the situation.
As of 6 August 2021, everyone over the age of 12 must present a COVID-19 digital green certificate to access certain services and activities in Italy :
- Restaurants, bars, ice cream parlours and pastry shops for consumption at table indoors
- Conventions and congresses
- Museums and places of culture, shows
- Performances open to the public, sporting events, both outdoors and indoors
- Swimming pools and gyms, Spas and fitness centres
- Festivals and trade fairs
Institutional web pages:
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Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs_Italian nationals returning to Italy and foreigners in Italy
Covid-19 containment measures in the conference venues
The following preventive measures will be put in place to ensure health safety for all the conference participants:
- Access control at the entry of the conference venues. To get into the conference venues it is mandatory to present the green certificate or the negative result of a swab test taken in the last 48 hours.
- Disinfection with hand sanitizer placed in all the rooms of the conference;
- Temperature check at the entry;
- Mandatory wearing of masks;
- Regular disinfection of door handles and general space.
Please note that the list above is not exhaustive and can change according to the development of the situation. We invite you to contact us at email@example.com in case you need further information.
The ICREFH 2021 Conference will be held in central Rome in Ostiense area. On September 7 and 10 the conference will be held in Villa Benedetta hotel in Via della Moletta, 10. On September 8 and 9 the conference will take place at the School of Economics and Business Studies in Via Silvio D’Amico, 77 (please find the Conference Venues map HERE). The public transport stops closest to the conference venues are “Garbatella” and “San Paolo” metro B line stops, and Ostiense Train Station.
How to reach..
From Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (FCO)
Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO), sits a little less than 20 miles from central Rome and offers a couple of easy ways to get into the city by train. The regional train called the FL1 is a commuter line and connects Fiumicino Airport with several points in central Rome (Trastevere, Ostiense, Tuscolana, or Tiburtina), but it does not go to the main train station Termini. The cost of a ticket on the FL1 is €8. Trains leave every 15 minutes or so, and the trip takes about 30 minutes.
The Leonardo Express is a Trenitalia train connecting Fiumicino airport with the main train station in Rome, Termini. It takes roughly 32 minutes and leaves the airport every half-hour, or every 15 minutes during peak hours. It’s non-stop service from the airport to Termini. The first train leaves the airport at 6:38 a.m., and the last of the day at 11:38 p.m.. Tickets cost €14 each way.
From Ciampino Airport (CIA)
The most convenient service from/to Rome and the Ciampino Airport is offered by private bus lines. Terravision coaches provide frequent connections from Ciampino Airport and Via Marsala 29, next to Stazione Termini (connections with A and B metro line). SITBusShuttle coaches are an alternative option. Taxis operate just outside the air terminal