All ITASEC24 scientific and technical sessions, stakeholder and vendor sessions, workshop will be held from April 8th to 11th at Grand Hotel Salerno, Lungomare Clemente Tafuri, 1.

The luxury hotel is well located to visit the artistic beauty of the city and its famous surroundings: the seafront full of trees, the old town and its artistic and cultural areas, the most famous shopping areas and City institution.

Thanks to its distance from the railway station (450m), from the touristic port (500m) and the principal way, it is possible to visit all the beautiful towns near Salerno: from Amalfi Coast to Capri, Ischia and Procida islands; to the most famous archeological sites of Campania.


It’s possible to book rooms at the Grand Hotel Salerno with offers reserved for participants, below are the expected discounted rates (including vat): 

  • Standard DUS room without sea view: €110
  • DUS Superior sea view room: €132
  • DUS Deluxe sea view room: €154
    Difference DUS/DB €33
    Common tourist tax (per person and per night) €3.00 to be paid directly at the hotel reception. 

To book you can proceed by sending an e-mail to the email adress: [email protected] , communicating the wording “ITASEC 2024” as the booking code for the application of discounts.


Salerno:  Nature and history nestled between the sea and the mountains

Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the province of Salerno boasts some of the most popular and visited tourist destinations in Italy. The historical centre of the capital, restored after the damage caused by the 1980 earthquake, preserves its original medieval structure intact, the best example of which is the Cathedral, built by the Norman prince Robert Guiscard.

Stop, too, at the Church of the Annunziata with its beautiful Baroque bell tower, the Arechi Castle, the Church of S. Pietro a Corte and Piazza Flavio Gioia, known as the Rotonda because of its characteristic shape on which Porta Nova opens,monumental gateway rebuilt in the 18th century. There is no shortage of green spaces in the city, such as the Mercatello park, the Pinocchio park for children and the Minerva Gardens.

The Salerno coast is dotted with unmissable villages. Amalfi, Positano, Maiori and Minori, Vietri sul Mare are just some of the towns where you can enjoy clear sea, breathtaking views and culinary delights. A compulsory stop at the archaeological area of Paestum to discover the majestic Greek temples, perfectly preserved.

Trekking and nature lovers cannot fail to be enchanted by the Path of the Gods a scenic route from Agerola to Positano, and the natural beauty of the Cilento National Park, Vallo di Diano e Alburni.

Welcome Reception

Tempio di Pomona (Duomo) - Presepe dipinto del maestro Carotenuto

The welcome reception will take place on April 8, from 7 pm to 9 pm

Located next to the Cathedral of Salerno, the archbishop’s palace perfectly preserves the Norman structure and has incorporated within it the ancient temple dedicated to the Roman goddess of fruit: Pomona. The first records of the bishop’s seat date back to 499 which, according to ancient documents, once stood in the vicinity of the Church of the Mother of God. year 1000. Only one structure has survived today, characterized, inside and out, by about fifteen Ionic style columns joined together by a pointed Gothic arch. The majestic and regal Romanesque columns will give your reception a truly incredible charm. Guests will be extremely amazed by the uniqueness of the setting and the incredible history that reigns.

Gala Dinner

Terrazza Grand Hotel Salerno

The Gala dinner will take place on April 10 at 8:15 pm