FAQS

WHEN AND WHERE DOES FLORMART TAKE PLACE?

Flormart will take place from 21 to 23 September 2022 at the Padua Fairgrounds (Fiera di Padova).

Visitators - Who may access the show?

Flormart is a professional event reserved exclusively for operators in the sector.

WHAT TIME WILL THE SHOW BE OPEN?

Every day will be open to the public from 9.00am to 6.00pm

Access Requirements - Safety Protocol

When on-site it is strongly recommended you wear a facemask type FFP2 or surgical, in all halls, common areas, relaxation areas, restrooms, corridors and receptions.

TICKETS

How much is the ticket? Where can I purchase tickets?

The show access ticket is free of charge and can be obtained only online on the Mailticket platform.

You need to select the quantity of tickets by clicking on “+” and adding them to the cart.

Then click on “Login to proceed”. If you already have a registered user on the Mailticket site you can log in, otherwise you can activate a new one using a Facebook, Amazon, Google profile or click on “Don’t have an account yet?”

Once logged in, complete the purchase with “Proceed” and fill out the required registration form.

It is always possible to retrieve tickets on Mailticket, using your registered credentials.

COME ARRIVARE A FLORMART

By car

To reach the Fairgrounds:

  • Motorway Bologna – Padova (A13) exit at Padova Sud and follow signs for the Fiera;
  • Motorway Venezia – Milano (A4) exit at Padova Ovest and follow signs for the Fiera.

Then follow the indications for Fiera.

Parking

There are parking lots within and near the Fairgrounds.

  • The NORTH car park with entrance from via Goldoni and via Rismondo (900 parking spaces);
  • The PACE car park, located in via della Pace, 30 (800 parking spaces).

1200 underground parking spaces are available in the Fairgrounds.

By train

The exhibition centre is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Padua railway station.

Padua is located on the Turin-Trieste railway line and is therefore well served and easy to reach by train. It is 2 hours from Milan, 1 hour and a half from Bologna and only 20 minutes from Vicenza and Venice, cities from which there are frequent connections with the railway line to and from Rome.

By plane

The closest airport is the Marco Polo airport of Tessera (Venice).