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MEDITERRANEUM: ROME OPENS A HIGH-TECH AQUARIUM

Works for the brand new high-tech aquarium of Rome are almost over, and in June 2015 it will be officially open to public. The Eternal City’s aquarium will be a unique one of its kind, the biggest of the country and one of the main in Europe. The structure was planned in such a way that it won’t have any environmental impact though entirely built under the EUR lake. The 16000 square meters are divided in two sections: the traditional one will host living fishes, which visitors will admire from special acrylic tunnels to give the feeling of a true immersion into the deep. The other sector will be dedicated to scientific and educational purposes: here complementary areas such as a 400 seats auditorium, a space for 3D shows and tanks for highly sophisticated robot-fishes.
This colossal structure is named Mediterraneum – The Aquarium of Rome, and aims at raising visitors’ awareness on ecological issues starting from the observation of Nature’s complexity.
Yes Hotel is at walking distance from metro station Castro Pretorio (line B) to reach EUR quarter and its aquarium!

Roma Sposa 2013

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There is a very special niche for tourism in Rome: wedding tourism.

Many couples chose the Eternal City to take their vows, which as you can imagine is not a simple operation: involves booking hotels, organizing conflicting schedules and flights, but the memories are worth it!

Even if you are not part of the itinerant sposes club but are planning to get married Roma Sposa, an exposition of everything related to weddings: music, decoration, wedding dresses. You will have the chance to not only get ideas but also to buy items that will make that special occasion even more unique.

Roma Sposa will take place September 26-29 at the Anteprima Roma Sposa: quattro giorni di moda e tendenza all’insegna del wedding
Palazzo dei Congressi
, which can be easily reached from Yes Hotel or Hotel Des Artistes taking the blue subway line from Termini (get off at the station EUR Fermi).