Conference venues:

– 21 June: Sapienza University – Via Carlo Fea 5 (Metro Stop: Piazza Bologna): 

– 22-23 June: LUISS University of Rome – Viale Romania 32 (Tram and Bus Stop: Piazza Ungheria):





Rome has two airports:


Rome can easily be reached by train – in particular, the Frecce and Alta velocità routes stop at Roma Termini. See here:

and here:


Rome is a big city but accommodation close to the conference venue is quite limited, especially in June. We therefore strongly recommend booking accommodation in advance. Participants should book their own accommodation directly.

Here’s a list of hotels in the neighborhood of the conference venues

21st June’s venue:

  1. Hotel Fenix

  2. Hotel Mercur Piazza Bologna

  3. Villa Aurora residence

  4. Hotel Villa Angelina

  5. Hotel Principe Torlonia

22nd-23rd June’s venue:

  1. Hotel delle Muse

  2. Hotel Villa Duse

  3. Hotel Buenos Aires

  4. Hotel Mercure Corso Trieste

  5. Ibis Art Hotel Noba Roma

  6. Aldrovandi Villa Borghese

  7. Hotel Fiume

  8. Residence Hotel Parioli

  9. Hotel Villa Grazioli

  10. Attico liberty, apartments

  11. A Casa di Lia, B&B

  12. A Casa di Tiziana, B&B

  13. Villa Paganini, B&B

  14. Le rose, B&B

  15. Casa pariolina, B&B

  16. Sharon B&B

  17. Hotel Relais Vatican View

Tram and Bus Schedule:

Restaurants, bars, pubs

During the Conference, coffee breaks will be provided to the speakers. We will have a welcome reception on June 21st and the social dinner on June 22nd. However, here’s a list of places where you can go if you want to leave the conference for a while:

  1. Bar Incontriamoci

  2. Laboratorio Birraccia 3.0

  3. Ham Holy Burger

  4. La cannoleria siciliana

  5. Maf Bistrot

  6. Misto Mixology & Cibarie

  7. Qito

  8. Streatart

  9. Susina Bistrot

  10. Whiterabbit

  11. Bell

  12. Semidivino – enoteca

  13. Gaetano Costa Le Roof

  14. I limoncini

  15. La pariolina

  16. The King of Salads

  17. Il mattarello

  18. Zero:

Tourism: sightseeing and leisure 🙂

This will be a crowded Conference. But you may find time to visit Rome, especially if it is your first time here. As you know, there are some musts for newcomers, but the city is too well-known and big to give uncontroversial tips. So, here’s a list of websites where bloggers, correspondents for international newspapers and other ‘experts’ give their thoughts: