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MLEARN 2004 will take place in the Odescalchi Castle on the Bracciano's Lake in Rome.

The Odescalchi Castleis at just a glance from Rome on the southern shore of lake Bracciano, the Odescalchi Castle majestically reigns as one of the most beautiful feudal residences in all of Europe. Construction began in the second half of the fifteenth century, and is the realization of an ideal meeting point between military and civilian architecture.

The Hall of the Ceasars, the Secret Garden, the Ancient Tower and the hall of Arms... Five Hundred years of history come alive in the halls and gardens of Odescalchi Castle in Bracciano, at the gates of Rome. The fascinating rooms where Popes, Princes, and Kings lived, together with admirable works of art by Bernini, Pisanello, Antoniazzo Romano, and Zuccari, all this awaits you year-round.


MLEARN 2004 will be held in the convention center of the Odescalchi Castle which offers a number of meeting halls. The main conference rooms will be:

  • the Hall of the Well: accessible from the Court of Honors and opposite the Delegation Hall, it is the ideal locale for business meetings, conventions, conferences, and prestigious events.
  • the Granary: the entrance road of the first tower separates this locale from the Castle, an ideal position for commercial expositions and events that require separate meeting points. The large front garden, in the shelter of the Castle walls, offers an access area from the Granary to the internal rooms of the Castle.
Odelischi Castle


How to get there...
The Odescalchi Castle is accessible by train from Termini (central) station in Rome, on the Viterbo line.

  • Termini (central) station is connected with Fiumicino International airport by an express non-stop train;
  • By bus, take the Cotral from via Lepanto in Rome;
  • Leonardo da Vinci International Airport at Fiumicino is about a 40 minute drive away on a route that avoids the centre of Rome.
Odelischi Castle



Odelischi Castle



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