Dementia Care 2019 Meeting & Hospitality
Rome, Italy’s capital, is a city with unifying cultures with almost 3,000 long periods of comprehensively powerful workmanship, design and culture in plain view. Ancient ruins show the power of Former Roman Emperors. Rome serves as home to about 4.2 million people, where 2.6 million are inhabitants. Rome has protracted, developed and accessible modes of transportation, Extensive metropolitan (metros), high-speed rail network, Buses help in moving the people of the city. Italy experiences a Mediterranean climate with its hot, dry summers and funky, wet winters throughout the year.
Rome ranks first in the list of most visited cities in Europe and has a special place in everyone’s bucket list. The most popular tourist icons of the city are Colosseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, St. Peter's Square, St. Peter's Basilica, Sistine Chapel, Piazza di Spagna, The Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Appian Way, National Roman Museum.
“A fool is one who admires other cities without visiting Rome.”
– Francesco Petrarca
As indicated by the most recent WHO information distributed in 2017 Alzheimer’s/Dementia Deaths in Italy achieved 36,003 or 6.80% of aggregate passing. The age balanced Death Rate is 19.81 for every 100,000 of populace positions Italy ranks 74 on the planet. To address this issue, the global meeting is being organized in this venue, such that it would be appropriate to discuss.
Leonardo da Vinci International Airport
Holiday Inn Rome - Aurelia