This year, the Global Game Jam will be hosted inside the beautiful spaces of Luiss EnLabs, one of the most influential startup accelerators.

The location is just inside the Termini train station, which is also a metro stop for both Rome's metros (A and B) and bus stops for many of Rome's buses. This makes it easily accessible from every part of Rome... and beyond: if you come from outside Rome you can take any train from Trenitalia or Italo heading to Roma Termini, and you'll be at the location in no time.

As soon as you're inside the station just take the Via Marsala exit and walk on the right along the station walls until you reach 29/H. Take the elevators and we'll be waiting for you at the 3rd floor.

Around and inside the station you will find lots of restaurants, bars, and supermarkets, so you won't have any problems finding something to eat or drink at almost any time (the station closes late at night).

A train station, two metro stops, lots of buses. This time you really have no excuses not to join!

The full address is Luiss EnLabs - Via Marsala 29/H, 00185 Roma. Scroll down for travel information.

Getting to Luiss EnLabs by public transport

Being inside Rome's Termini train station, the accelerator is surrounded by many bus lines. To find the one that works best for you, use the local transport website to trace a route. Termini is also a Metro stop for both line A and B, so you can take any metro and you'll get there in no time.
Regular bus tickets (BIT) are 1,50€ each and last for 100 minutes, and allow you to travel once on the metro and take as many buses as you wish within the time limit. We advice not to go for cumulative tickets (like the daily or 3-days one), you will do better with single tickets (and spend less).

Getting to Rome by airplane

Rome has two main airports, Ciampino and Fiumicino, both connected to all of the main locations in the world by direct flights. Ciampino is usually the cheapest one, as it is served by Ryanair.
You can reach Termini station by bus or train from both airports. Buses are usually cheaper (between 4€ and 7€), while trains are more expensive, and not necessarily faster. Go for the bus!
Additionally, there are several bus companies that leave from/to the station and back. You don't need to buy the tickets in advance, just go there and get the one that leaves first!

Luiss EnLabs' open space