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Scuola dei Trasporti e Materiali dell’Esercito
Viale dell'Esercito, 102
Rome, Italy

ECM CREDITS (Italian delegates only) 19 credits.
Physician (General Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Maxillofacial Surgery).

The official language of the conference is English. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

The Congress Secretariat and organizers cannot accept responsibility whatsoever for injury or damage involving persons and property during the meeting. Participants are advised to make their own arrangements with respect to health and travel insurance.


by air

The main airport, Leonardo da Vinci (also known as Fiumicino), is located 26km (15 miles) southwest of the city center. A train (Leonardo Express) runs between the airport and the central railway station, Stazione Termini. It operates every 30 minutes during rush hours. The trip takes 30 minutes and costs 15,00 euros. There is also a train that runs approximately every 15 minutes from the airport to the local stations of Trastevere, Ostiense and Tiburtina, and costs 5,50 euros.

The other airport is Ciampino, about 20 km (12 miles) southeast of the center city. Ciampino mainly serves domestic flights and charter flights. ATRAL buses run every 40 minutes from Ciampino to the ANAGNINA stop of Subway Line A (price:1,20 euro). Buses reach also Termini Station (price 6,00 euros Sitshuttle, 8 euros Terravision). A taxi from Ciampino to the center city costs approximately 30-40 euros.

by train
Rome is the focus of the Italian railway network. Excellent Intercity service links Rome to every major town in Europe. Termini Station, the main railway station located right in the centre of the city, provides swift service to and from all points in the country.

by taxi from the airports

There is a fixed (flat rate) fee for taxis going between the city (defined as inside the Aurelian Walls) and the two airports, Fiumicino and Ciampino. The fixed fee to/from Fiumicino is 40 euros and to/from Ciampino is 30 euros (up to 4 people, luggages included).

In general, banks are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm and in the afternoon from 2:45 to 3:45 pm or 3:00 to 4:00 pm. There are many money exchange offices throughout the city, which are open all day, 7 days a week.


The official currency in Italy is the Euro.
Major credit cards are widely accepted. You can buy and sell foreign currencies in bureaux de change, banks and most hotels in Rome.


The electrical system in Italy is 220 volts. To use 120 volt appliances both, a transformer and an adapter plug, are needed.


Some participants may require an entry VISA for Italy. Participants are requested to consult the Italian Embassy or Consulate in their home country or with their travel agency for specific details relating to visa requirements.
On request, a letter of invitation can be issued by the organizing secretariat. For more info:

Major post offices are open from 08.00 to 18.00 from Monday to Friday.