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EXPO MILANO 2015: WHERE & HOW TO BUY YOUR TICKETS!

EXPO MILANO 2015: WHERE & HOW TO BUY YOUR TICKETS!

Expo Milano 2015 is at the doors, the opening day being on May 1, 2015. Then until October 31 this global event (145 countries are taking part to it!) on food & nutrition will offer debates, conferences, exhibitions and many more entertainments 7 days a week from 10am to 11pm.
For what concerns tickets, here you go a few reminders:

WHERE: you have three options to buy your ticket.
1) From the official website of Expo Milano 2015;
2) at the Expo Gate at Piazza Cairoli, downtown Milan;
3) from any Authorised Reseller.

HOW MUCH: ticket prices vary depending on the type of event you intend to attend and on some other variables which may give you right to discounts (such as age; being part of a family group, school; having diabilities etc.). As a general idea, tickets range from a minimum of 5€ for night events to more than 100€ for the seasonal pass. You have several choices in between of course! Now read the next point…!

WHAT: you have the following ticket options:
Open Date –> for the entire day on a date of your choice between May 2 and October 31.
Fixed Date –> for the entire day on a specific date between May 2 and October 31.
Evening ticket –> just for entry starting at 19:00.
May 1 Opening –> for opening day of the Exhibition Site (official cerimony & celebrations to inaugurate the six months of events, debates and experiences)
Multi-day –> for two consecutive days, between May 2 and October 31. (It’s less expensive than purchasing two one-day tickets. Available either as a Fixed or Open option… see above).
2-3 day Carnet –> to visit Expo Milano 2015 whenever you want. These are available for two or three open dates between May 2 and October 31.

For tickets and information contact us at HotelRome.net!

U.S.A. FOR EXPO MILANO 2015: A PAVILION TO FEED THE PLANET

U.S.A. FOR EXPO MILANO 2015: A PAVILION TO FEED THE PLANET

American Food 2.0: United to Feed the Planet” is the leading theme of U.S.A. pavilion at Expo Milano 2015. Designed by the renowned architect James Biber, the American section at the Universal Exposition dedicated to food & nutrition occupies a 35,000 square foot space (the whole event covering a 3.6 million square foot surface). Its structure is meant to recall the traditional American farm, to which agricultural development in the US much owes. The intent goes far beyond a mere historical reconstruction, though: technological innovation, science, business and enterpreneurial attitude will be at the core of the American exposition. Beyond including a vertical farm supposed to be harvested on a daily base, the building will certainly impress visitors with further features such as:
transparent technology wall that shows the inner workings of the pavilion
– wood repurposed from the original Coney Island boardwalk
– installations, events, and exhibits throughout
rooftop terrace and cafe
– gathering space, courtyard, and VIP meeting spaces
retail merchandising space
grove of oak trees, the national tree of the USA
The American pavilion is one of the 145 structures representing each participant country at Expo Milano 2015. For more details, tickets, venues and trasportations between Rome and Milan don’t hesitate to contact HotelRome.net!

 

UNDERWATER ROME: A HIGH-TECH AQUARIUM COMING SOON

UNDERWATER ROME: A HIGH-TECH AQUARIUM COMING SOON

Unlike many other capitals, Rome was missing a city aquarium worthy of the name. That’s why June 2015 is looked at as a landmark: Mediterraneum – The Aquarium of Rome will be finally inaugurated. The 16000 square meters structure – which requested several years of works – spreads completely under the EUR lake and consists of two sections: the traditional one, with living fishes, and the experimental one, where scientific research as well as educational activities will be pursued. It will particularly include an area for 3D shows and tanks where high-tech robot-fishes will be swimming. Visitors will enjoy the underwater nature trail from within sophisticated acrylic tunnels.
Contact Hotelrome.net for info on tickets, directions and accommodations in Rome!