Our Venues

An exclusive area in one of the most beautiful and visited art cities in the world

this is what FIRENZE FIERA Congress & Exhibition Center offers to all those who organize exhibitions and congresses and to their participants.
The over 100,000 square metres available inside our centre – of which 65,000 are roofed – are easily reachable by public transportation such as bus, tramway and taxi. They are located at the heart of Florence, the cradle of Renaissance, just a few steps away from the main railway station of Santa Maria Novella, ten minutes on foot from the Cathedral of S. Maria del Fiore and from the main shopping streets, and only 5 km away from the Florence International Airport “Amerigo Vespucci”.

The three venues forming the congress and exhibition area are located next to each other and represent a unique opportunity to start a charming journey through the history and evolution of Florence – from the Fortezza da Basso, the pentagonal fortress built by Antonio da Sangallo ‘Il Giovane’ between 1534 and 1536 for the first Duke of Florence, Alessandro de’ Medici, a masterpiece of military Renaissance architecture, to Palazzo dei Congressi, hosted inside the 19th-century Villa Vittoria, surrounded by an ancient park, up to Palazzo degli Affari, opened in 1974 and planned by architect Pierluigi Spadolini.

Our venues are ideal locations to organise fairs and congresses, but also to set up fairs, exhibition booths and universal exhibitions, conventions and meetings, training courses, music events, shows, corporate parties and gala dinners. They all feature Internet connection and advanced computer facilities, such as a 4th-generation Wi-Fi system, offering a safe and high-density connection to all attendees, with a complete range of customised services. Access to the Florence Congress Center is guaranteed for persons with reduced mobility in all the public areas of the center.

Click here, if you wish to learn more about the history of Villa Vittoria, the prestigious villa hosting Palazzo dei Congressi…

 

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