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Fiera di Roma, Rome
(1.9/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
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  • I know the fair of Rome. I attended and I attend for work purposes. Recently I was there for the Moa Casa. The location of the new exhibition is wonderful option than precedent for accessibility and convenience of parking (it's located in an area at the airport and is accessible by the same road to get there from the GRA ring road). The pavilions are beautiful and appropriate to the type of activity you want to perform. The modern building is designed according to contemporary criteria. The management of the institution ... is typical: "Italian style". There are serious problems of business management skills. Given the poor planning of a calendar due mostly to a lack of demand (?) the cost is high compared to the numbers produced. Economically has a turnover to justify its existence which means in Rome (the capital of Italy) there are no commercial or production activities such as to create events to show and sell their own crops (called papal papal)? No it does not. Given the crisis in which pours this really good show Unfortunately those who run it "clubbing" and mortify with absurd prices and over those few volunteers these days take the courage to believe in again and buy exhibition spaces at crazy prices, totally off the market and frankly excessive. Short-sighted politics and wasteful that gets exactly the opposite: dismiss any buyer. Is a suicidal policy typical of those disastrous to our country where or you'll waste or chokes and that sinking trade and free markets under pressure to generate revenue to justify its existence. The purpose of a trade show should be to stimulate the economy and trade. Not to generate a gain over the skin of the exhibitors. The value of a trade fair must be and is to promote the market in territory and wealth and not to increase salaries of the management. You don't do a fair to only create employment of micro territory but rather grow Commerce and prosperity. .. and then consequently all employment and managerial Caravan. Yes throttle that market demand and supply to justify the occupation of those managing the institution. The cancer of politics has ruined this country and mortified any hope of salvation for future generations, if there's going to be. Now he is taking the path of collective suicide for due respect to those who day after day trying to revive the fortunes of this country now near bankrupt, old is inappropriate.
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  • The fair of Rome is an ideal place to attend important events and well organized like the furniture fair Moa Casa. The pavilions are large and well organized. Minus the cost of entry which is a little high at € 9
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  • New section (I do not think has more than 10 years old) but already cracks are evident on walls and sagging caused by ground subsidence (I think some pavilions are even unusable). Before you build the pavilions they could not carry out probing?????? Facilities and absolutely not up to a European capital. Not enough for amount of dining and catering quality food (sandwiches, frozen and served cold, etc.) at exorbitant prices. Poorly connected to the city centre. A cathedral in the desert. Far from station halls especially for someone who finds it difficult to walk. Taxi hexoses. Coming you perceive an atmosphere of desolation and abandonment: high grass, dirt, etc. One of the worst exhibition centers I have ever attended.
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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.