Rome Gold Conference 2024
About the Gold Conference Rome 2024
Capital of the great ancient Roman empire. A city full of history, art and romance. A place everyone wants to see - and comes back for more! A city of Michelangelo and Botticelli. A cultural centre of sunny Italy. Now it welcomes you too!
The Oriflame Gold Conference 2024 will be held in Rome, Italy. Being the capital of the great ancient Roman empire, Rome is famous for its historical buildings, sites and much more. Experience the world-famous architecture, art and music created by Renaissance masters. Step into incredible cathedrals, holy to millions of Catholics around the world. Taste the amazing cuisine that took the whole world by storm! From pizza to pasta to gelato – everything here is simply delicious. Feel the love and romance as you visit cosy cafes, taste amazing Italian espresso and take a stroll through the most beautiful streets in the world.
Italian CuisineItalian cuisine is famous around the world for its richness and diversity. Typically prepared with fresh ingredients from recipes spanning generations, Italian food is an integral part of Italian heritage and one of the country’s main cultural exports. Italian cuisine can be found in every corner of the world. But only in Rome can you experience the original taste. Delicious artichokes, sweetest gelato, strongest coffee in the world, and the amazing pasta are waiting for you here!
In Rome, you’ll find a wide variety of small shops selling traditional products, high streets, department stores and top international designer boutiques. One of the most popular traditional products to buy in Italy is pasta. Visitors will find all types of pasta of different shapes and sizes, flavour and ingredients throughout the city. Other products that make great presents are: limoncello, olive oil or vinegar. Rome also has some of the best designer boutiques in Italy. If you’d like to discover these shops, head to Via del Corso, where the most prestigious boutiques are located, or to the streets surrounding Piazza di Spagna, especially Via dei Condotti, where you’ll find Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari or Armani. Then walk to Via Veneto, where there are other stores of the same standard. Via del Babuino, connecting Piazza di Spagna to Piazza del Popolo, is famous for its antique and art shops. Besides, souvenir shops are found in Rome’s most important tourist spots.
Roman architecture continued the legacy left by Greek architects and the established architectural orders, especially the Corinthian. The Romans were also innovators and they combined new construction techniques and materials with creative design to produce a whole range of brand new architectural structures. Typical innovative Roman buildings included the basilica, triumphal arch, monumental aqueduct, amphitheater, and residential housing block.
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