Travel & Visa Information

How to get to Rome

    • International airport Leonardo da Vinci / Fiumicino (FCO) with direct flights to/from most of EU countries, to/from US, and Asia;
    • Low cost airport Ciampino (CIA) exclusively for Ryanair and EasyJet, with flights to/from most EU countries;
  • High-speed trains to/from Milan, Turin, Florence, Naples, etc. …. Roma is a natural gateway for visiting Italian attractions as well.

Local transport in Rome

The conference is located at MAXXI (National Museum of XXI Century Arts): Via Guido Reni 4/a, 00196 Rome.

How to reach MAXXI:

Please find more information here.

The area is well served by public transportation.

You can reach MAXXI from Central Station Termini by taking Metro A to Flaminio Station and Piazza del Popolo, and then tram n. 2 to MAXXI (Apollodoro).

From Termini station:

Subway and tram: take subway line A, stop at Flaminio station then take tram no.2, and stop at Apollodoro station.

By bus: numbers 53 – 168 – 280 – 910 – Museum Express.

Visa information

The Association for Computing Machinery does not issue formal invitation letters for visas to attend ACM sponsored conferences.  However, ACM can issue a visa support letter. ACM is able to provide visa support letters to attendees as well as authors with accepted papers, posters, or members of the conference committee. For visa support letters, please send you request to with the following information:

  • Your name as it appears on your passport
  • Your current postal mailing address
  • The name of the conference you are registering for
  • Your registration confirmation number
  • If you have any papers accepted for the conference, please provide the title and indicate whether you are the “sole author” or a “co-author”
  • Authors may indicate their paper title. If no paper, speakers can provide the title of their presentation.

Please allow up to 10 business days to receive a letter.