The Busi­ness End

Rome Business Travel Guide - - ROME -

AS ITALY’S CAP­I­TAL, Rome hosts all of the prin­ci­pal in­sti­tu­tions of the na­tion, such as the Pres­i­dency of the Re­pub­lic, the Gov­ern­ment, Par­lia­ment, main ju­di­cial courts, and many in­ter­na­tional in­sti­tu­tions.

It could be said that the econ­omy of Rome is char­ac­terised by the ab­sence of heavy in­dus­try, while be­ing dom­i­nated by high-tech­nol­ogy com­pa­nies - such as IT, aerospace, de­fence and telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions - as well as re­search, con­struc­tion and com­mer­cial ac­tiv­i­ties. Tourism is of course in­cred­i­bly

im­por­tant to Rome’s econ­omy and has be­come syn­ony­mous with the city, due pre­dom­i­nantly to the end­less ar­ray of in­cred­i­ble his­toric sights to see; with so much cul­ture to dis­cover it is hardly sur­pris­ing the City is al­ways bustling with life.

It could in fact be said that to­day Rome is one of the most im­por­tant tourist desti­na­tions in the World, pre­dom­i­nantly due to the enor­mous num­ber of ar­chae­o­log­i­cal and his­toric trea­sures that the city holds. This com­bined with its charm­ing and unique tra­di­tions, makes Rome the per­fect place for a jam packed busi­ness trip, where you will be truly im­mersed in all the city has to of­fer.

Rome is also the hub of the Ital­ian film in­dus­try, thanks pre­dom­i­nantly to the Cinecitta stu­dios which have been in­cred­i­bly pop­u­lar since open­ing in the 1930s, and sup­ported by the suc­cess of na­tional ra­dio and tele­vi­sion.

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