SAT Expo

General Info

When

The show is open on 4, 5 and 6 February 2010.

Opening Hours

Opening hours: 9:00-18:00.
For exhibitors the opening hours are 8:30-18:30.
On Saturday, 6th of February the show will close at 17.

Rates

Visitors Registered Online: € 15,00 (Valid for the duration of the event)
Visitors Not Registered Online: € 20,00 (Ticket valid for 1 (one) day of the event)
Journalists/Press: Free entry
University Students: € 5,00 (Valid for the duration of the event) presenting proof of enrolment
Schools/Classes: Free entry (Saturday 6 February only)
Persons with Disabilities: € 5,00

The following individuals are exempt from entry fee:

  • “Fiera Roma” card possessors
  • Fiera Roma Employees or Collaborators
  • Possessors of permanent AEFI honour cards
  • Children under 10 years
  • Accompaniers of disabled guests

Entry

The entrance of the Rome Fair is Porta Nord (Via Portuense 1645)
For the complete duration of the fair, entry is reserved to professional participants.
Saturday 6th of February is open to general public.

A free copy of the SAT Expo 2010 catalogue comes with each ticket and can be obtained at the Rome fair ticket office.

Visas
Italy is part of the European Union. To visit Italy you will need:

  • a valid passport
  • possibly a tourist visa if you come from a non-EU country

Visa applications and further information can be obtained on line at: http://www.esteri.it/visti/index_eng.asp

Hotel Info

Hotel special fare for exhibitors and visitors of SAT Expo Europe 2010:
Sheraton Golf Parco De’ Medici Hotel & Resort

4 stars Hotel

3 stars Hotel

Press Room

The Press-room is situated at the entry of pavillion 11.
Journalists must apply for a personal “press accreditation” badge in advance which they can then pick up at the Rome fair ticket office.

Organization

PROMOSPACE
Corso Palladio 114, 36100 Vicenza

Tel. 0444 543133, Fax 0444 543466
E-mail: info@satexpo.it
Organization Office and Exhibitor Office
Pavillion 11
Conferences Office
Pavillion 11.

How to reach SAT Expo

image It is strategically located. Less than 5 kilometres from the international Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (with connections all over the world) which provides regular bus and taxi services during the events.

There are three exits along the Rome-Fiumicino-Civitavecchia Motorway and the Rome Ring Road.
There are regular train services from the Ostiense, Tiburtina and Trastevere stations in Rome.

Free shuttle Bus timetable

Download timetable

By air:

Download information for Fiumicino Airport

By car:

on the RRR (Rome Ring Road) exit 30 in the direction of Fiumicino and the follow the signposts for the Rome Fair.There is a car park for 5.000 vehicles.

By train:

from the Tuscolana, Tiburtina, Ostiense stations connected to Metro Lines A and B. Take the Fr1 train to Fiumicino and exit at the Rome Fair stop. Price 1 euro.

By bus:

on the RRR (Rome Ring Road) exit 30 in the direction of Fiumicino and the follow the signposts for the Rome Fair.There is a car park for 5.000 vehicles.