€ 10

Tickets purchased online are valid every day, the date is indicative and not binding.
This ticket is strictly personal and is valid for 1 ENTRY.

Did you receive an invitation?

May we remind you that to enter the show it is compulsory to register and download the ticket associated to the invitation

Full ticket

€ 12

Reduced ticket for schoolchildren

€ 6

Reduced Trenitalia convention for railway ticket holders (on site)

€ 10

Free ticket to

  • children under the age of 6
  • people with disabilities with certified disability from 80 to 100% or any accompanying persons for the disabled, if required by the legal documentation in their possession*
  • school leaders (max 1 admission every 15 paying)
  • AEFI card holders
  • ASAL card holders

Visitors with certified disabilities

A) Cash disbursement – Free admission ticket > Visitors, Italians or foreigners, in possession of certification or documentation attesting to the 100% disability, an invalidity of the Work from 80% to 100%, an invalidity for Service ascribed to the 1st Category, absolute blindness or visual residual not more than 1/10 in both eyes with possible correction, deafness.

B) Accompanying > Only where indicated by the legal documentation and in the cases referred to in point A) is free entry also for the escort.

*There are no reductions for disabilities below 80%

Parking P3 (Ex Mercato Ortofrutticolo)

Car entrance from Viale del Lavoro

  • Cars 5,00 €
  • Motor-caravans 10,00 €
  • Coaches 15,00 €

Parking is only and exclusively for the day. No camping.

Dogs are allowed inside the Veronafiere Exhibition Centre

Dogs are allowed inside the Veronafiere Exhibition Centre. All dogs must be equipped with a collar and identification elements in accordance with current regulations and must be kept on a solid leash no longer than 80 cm. All large dogs, such as Mastiffs, Great Danes, Dobermans, Shepherds , as well as dogs of a biting nature, must also be equipped with a suitable muzzle. Dog owners who will visit the trade fairs are advised to have with them the health booklet containing the canine registry registration code. Police dogs, when used for institutional purposes, may be kept without a leash and muzzle.