It will be open from Friday, October 6 to Monday, October 16 for eleven days and four nights at the exhibition center. It establishes Venice as the mainstay of the event.
Heading south! After the 2022 edition dedicated to the Celts, the 74th edition of the Montpellier International Fair (FIM) anchors this year on the canals of Venice. To do this, the event organization has planned an exhibition on the Serenissima region with an area of more than 1,200 square meters (in Hall B1 shared with the Chamber of Commerce) and a large pavilion (Hall A6) dedicated to Italy and some of its many (agricultural) aspects. food, crafts, etc.).
The exhibition in practice
From 6 to 16 October, the exhibition is open from 10am to 7pm (6pm on Monday 16th). Four nights are scheduled on Saturday 7th, Tuesday 10th, Friday 13th and Saturday 14th October. In terms of price, it costs €6 (online) or €8 on site and entry is free for under 16s. Good tip: With the ticket purchased, it is then possible to return to the site until the end of the exhibition as many times as you want!
Another commendable initiative: on Friday, October 6, the price of the entrance ticket was set at 2 euros (on-site sale). As for the four nights, entry is free from 7 pm. Finally, for visitors aged 60 and over, the entrance fee is set at €4 instead of €8. More information at www.foire-montpellier.com.
A space dedicated to antiques and flea markets
Also on the international side will be this Canadian Pavilion (Hall A3) which will allow you to taste the gastronomy of this country across the Atlantic. But also the presence of Morocco (Hall A3) and Nepal (Hall A4).
This year, Hall B4 will house the world dedicated to the pool and garden, while its neighbor (B3) will host furniture, a new open space for antiques and flea markets.
When Hall A4 will bring together the countries of the world (about twenty).
As in previous editions, the central hall A3 will be the place where people come to eat at any time.
Brazilian, Oriental, Restaurant
Brazilian restaurant, regional specialties, Creole restaurant, Iberian restaurant, Oriental restaurant, a brand specializing in Flemish carbon or old-fashioned ravioli should satisfy the maximum of palates and stomachs. Regional products will not be excluded through a dedicated pavilion.
Another traditional meeting: audience meeting with street vendors (Hall A5). In the same place there will also be a beauty and wellness center and a clairvoyance area.
This year again, a range of activities are planned during these eleven days and four evenings: concerts, picnics, graffiti battles, virtual reality, fun and interactive activities, a play, a carnival and a big raffle, from which funds will be donated. To the Cancer League…