Open to international and Italian companies specialized in the antiques and modern antiques business; collectors, operators specialized in promotion, study, information and activities in the antiques and modern antiques trade. More
Two important appointments in Spring and Autumn, in Parma at the very heart of Emilia Region and Italy, just steps away from the world. The perfect opportunity to choose between thousands of pieces in thousands of styles, check out market tendencies, discover new collecting areas, combine business with a pleasant stay in the capital of the Food Valley, the city of fine cuisine but also of music and art. The city of Verdi and Toscanini, the city of Parmigianino and Correggio.
Mercanteinfiera is a true antiques city where over 1000 exhibitors from all the major European antiques centres come to show their prizes, their discoveries to tens of thousands of visitors, whether they be professionals, collectors or simply hunters of memories of yesteryear. Mercanteinfiera goes beyond the idea of an exchange market and becomes a glorious game for the enthusiast.
• Visitors searching for funny or important items but also for unique bargains
• Collectors, designers, and architects looking for collectables of any age and style
|Opening Hours for visitors||from 10.00 to 19.00|
|Opening Hours for exhibitors||from 9.30 to 19.30|
|Professional days||1-2 march from 08.00 to 19.00|
|Entrance Ticket||€ 10|
|Reduction (with badge membership)||€ 7
Thanks to its central position with regard to the major cities of Northern Italy and to a visitor potential of over 10 million people within a 100-km distance, Parma and its fairground can be easily reached by all means of transport.. Coordinate GPS: 44° 50’47.27”N 10°17’24.00”E (4)
The Milano Linate and Bologna “Marconi” airports can be easily reached in less than one hour from the Parma fairground. The Parma “Giuseppe Verdi” Airport is located at a few minutes driving distance from the fairground and provides direct connections with the airports of Roma Fiumicino, London Stansted and Paris Beauvais.
Parma is served by more than 25 daily trains along the Milan-Rome line and the railway network of Northern Italy. The Fairground can be reached in 10 minutes by a bus providing regular connection to the city center and the railway station during the trade show.
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