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3rd International Workshop on Critical Information Infrastructures Security
October 13-15, 2008, Frascati (Rome), Italy





Frascati - Rome

Travelling to Rome is relatively easy from almost anywhere in the world. Fiumicino Airport provides direct connections with many destinations worldwide.

As the Nation's Capital city, Rome, besides well-known tourist attractions, hosts several institutions and enterprises.

Frascati is a picturesque town, reknown for its bistroes and wineries and is the most famous of the Castelli Romani, and the most visited too. It is popular for its white wine, (see also the "wine route") and is a largely frequented destination for Romans looking for fresh air, good traditional food, and a pleasant day out. The weather is optimal in September.

There are various hotels in Frascati and Rome supporting a large tourist flow, along with several venues for dining and entertainment.

Other famous places in Frascati are Villa Aldobrandini, with its theatre "Delle Acque", and Villa Torlonia. The Church of Jesus and St. Peter's Cathedral are worth a visit, as well as the Scuderie Aldobrandini (museum Tusculanum, open: tue-fri and sun 10am-6pm / sat 10am-7pm).

Near Frascati, upon the Tuscolo hill, can be found the ruins of Tusculum, a Roman acient city dated 8th century B.C.





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