Venue and General Information


Perugia was a very important Etruscan city with marvellous buildings such as the Etruscan Arch or the Etruscan Well.
The Roman Emperor Augustus (Octavianus) conquered the city and gave it a new name: Augusta Perusia.
After the fall of the Roman Empire, the city became an independent town with its own council, but often divided into fierce fights against families like the Baglioni. This family was the only one which contended the city with the Papal States in 1531. The pope Paolo III, as a symbol of his power, decided to build the “Rocca Paolina”, a huge fortress above the old city. This power finished in 1860, year of the unification of Italy.



Hotel Giò, Via Ruggero D'Andreotto, 19a06100 Perugia (Italy)



For those who are planning to come by car, here is a list of car parks (PDF).  


How to get to Perugia

By plane

Perugia has a small international airport (Aeroporto Sant'Egidio - PEG). Normally, you will have to fly to Rome and then change for a flight to Perugia ( or  take a bus or train to Perugia.
From Perugia Airport you can take a local bus to Perugia city centre for a few euros. Or you can take a taxi. The airport is 12 km (7 miles) from Perugia.

By train

From the North: take the main line from Florence to Rome, change in Terontola/Cortona and take a Perugia-bound train there.
From the South, take the main line from Rome to Ancona, change in Foligno and transfer to a Perugia-bound train there.

Hotel Selection and Special Prices

In the PDF below are reported the hotels where Euromeeting has negotiated special rates exclusively for attendees of the XIV National Meeting in Medicinal Chemistry and 10th Young Medicinal Chemists Symposium. Make your reservation directly with the Hotel using the following information and reporting the Meeting name NMMC2016.

  Hotel Selection and Special Prices


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