THE EUR DISTRICT HAS BECOME A CANDIDATE AS THE NEW CONGRESS FOCAL POINT OF ROME
The Eur district was designed as an exhibition and congress area for the Roman Universal Exhibition of 1942, unfortunately canceled due to the start of The Second World War. An exceptional Architecture scenery surrounded by 70 hectares of parks and gardens, today the Eur is a modern and vivid business district. It has become a candidate as the new congress focal point of Rome, thanks to its 26 structures in the meeting industry. Some examples are: the Palazzo della Civiltà (the Square Colosseum), the Palazzo dei Congressi and the Auditorium del Massimo. Among the most recent facilities, the Nuovo Centro Congressi (New Congress Center), also know as “La Nuvola” (The Cloud), designed by Architect Massimiliano Fuksas. Very close to the historic centre of the city, the Eur district also provides a lot of services: high quality hospitality structures, direct links to Fiumicino and Ciampino airports, and Termini and Tiburtina railway stations; health centres, luxury shops, parks and green areas. Last but not least, the proximity to the Ostia coast and its many attractions.
FIRST EUR DESIGN