Thessaloniki International Fair
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While visiting Greece in September don’t miss the chance to experience a unique, historic trade fair. The International Exhibition & Congress Centre of TIF HELEXPO is a must to attend. It was founded in Thessaloniki in 1925, it officially begun its operation in 1926 and since then is held every year. It is located in the 'heart' of Thessaloniki, with easy access from any location in the city.
Why Is Thessaloniki International Fair So Important?
It is the largest and most important exhibition organisation in Greece and it is estimated there are approximately 250,000 visitors annually. In the TIF there are several stands and display areas including participants from different countries. Every year a different country is honored as the most important guest. At the same period of time and the same area are held music concerts and also speeches given by the Prime Minister regarding the condition of the state economy. A visitor may also come across many cultural, recreational and social events that are aimed at all ages. It is worth mentioning that the TIF helps in enhancing the trades and as a consequence strengthens the Greek economy. TIF has become a benchmark for Thessaloniki. The purely exhibition aspect is part of implementation, both domestically and in foreign markets.
Renting a car will make it easy to travel to and from the city. You can pick up the rental car from our offices or at the Thessaloniki airport at a very affordable price.
And do not worry about the potential traffic! TIF HELEXPO is providing two central parking points, an outdoor and an indoor.
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