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Fiera di Roma, Rome

(1.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • With family and friends stayed at the horse fair on Saturday. There was no rush so the walk was nice, considering the stroller and child of 7 months. The stands to eat were fair level! Various and assorted others.
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  • Very large structure, perhaps too much for a city like Rome that has little tradition. Good management of toilets. In 5-6 times when I was there I noticed a relatively low level compared to the most important national fairs. The most successful (than those in which I participated) I believe it was a on horses at Stud. We would like to see a national exhibition of Italian Mediterranean Hoax associated with other breeds of cattle, goats and sheep.
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  • I had the displeasure to watch the races for team penning. Absurd and unconscionable the fact that calves used not rushed. Veterinary intervention would be required to block everything. You can register as many teams and cash out without make sure you have enough cattle to make life worthy. Then destroy those poor calves. A shame
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  • A massive conference complex located outside of Rome central. I attended as an exhibitor for the maker faire. Great facilities but a bit of a challenge to get to on public transport.
  • Rome fairgrounds are depressing. Very difficult to reach with public transportation, small and expensive parking lots, bad maintenance and usually hosting trade shows with sub par standards. It's incredible a city like Rome can't be even close to the level of other European cities
  • Been here for a comic exhibition. Sorry, you get one star for a simple reason: you had only one ATM, which finished the money! Exhibition did ask for cash most of the times. Not a nice way to organize business. You know Italy does not need this.
  • Badly located, far away from city and hotels. Worst connection with taxis and trains never follow schedule. But good interiors.
  • Difficult to reach, far away from the city centre. Train station is pretty far from the conference center. Place is in the middle of nowhere. Interior was okay. Not recommended for conferences unless you enjoy commuting for hours or pay 50 euros for a cab.