Bringing People Together
Lingotto Fiere is the exhibition center of the city of Turin, which with an average of 50 events a year attracts over one million people in its 100,000 square meters of exhibition spaces
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Forthcoming trade fairs
Lingotto Fiere is the exhibition center of Turin, which with an average of 50 events a year attracts over one million people in its 100,000 square meters of exhibition space. The Venue is developed in two building, the Lingotto Fiere, an industrial location for events renovated by Renzo Piano from the conversion of the former Fiat factory, and the futuristic building of the Lingotto Oval, an Olympic Venue built for the 20th Winter Olympics Games in Turin 2006, in order to host the speed–skating competitions. Lingotto Fiere includes three Halls, that can be activated jointly or separately. The offer is completed by an entrance gallery that houses the main services (shops, infirmary, ATM), 6 bars and 2 restaurants, and three big outdoor areas. The Oval Lingotto instead offers a free surface of 20,000 square meters completely customizable and adaptable to its own layout, conceived as a large steel and glass sail-shaped building by Studio Zoppini and Hok Sport London. The Venue is perfectly integrated with the Lingotto Compound, a city hub that hosts a shopping gallery, three 4starred hotels, restaurants, a multiplex, two museums (Pinacoteca Agnelli and the Museo Carpano), two university and offices., and the fist-born Eataly and Green Pea. The Lingotto is perfectly connected with the city, in fact is served by the main public transports and also by a metro station, is near to the main highways and just a few minutes from the main stations. Lingotto Fiere is the only private Exhibition Center in Italy, managed by GL events, a world-class provider of integrated solutions and services for events operating across the three main market segments: congresses and conventions; cultural, sports, institutional, corporate and political events; trade shows and consumer fairs.
Places to go
Places to go
Lingotto Fiere, besides being the city's exhibition center, is both a place not to be missed: the building represents an important post-industrial conversion by Renzo Piano, a unique building in Europe that also boasts a test track on the roof, and the Oval Lingotto, an Olympic Venue with futuristic shapes by in collaboration Zoppin with the international firm Hok Sport. The Lingotto compound is just one of the main attractions of Turin, a city to discover in all its forms: the wealth of historical testimonies, 40 prestigious museums, cultural events and music festivals, the characteristic arcades and the splendid squares, the famous historical “Bar” and the gastronomic offer, its vast parks and places sorrounded by magic. The landscape aspect, which great philosophers such as Rousseau and Nietzsche have defined as one of the most enchanting, should not be underestimated: more than 21 million square meters of greenery and 300 kilometers of tree-lined streets make Turin one of the greenest cities in the World.
Turin is the capital of Piedmont, a region that in 2019 obtained the prestigious "Best in Travel" from Lonely Planet, thanks to the perfect combination of history, art, culture and nature. Piedmont is a popular destination thanks to its heritage of art and culture, unique landscapes and gastronomic tradition. In addition to the destinations known by international public, there are extraordinary unexplored jewels, from the Borromean Islands to the Sacra di San Michele, from the Sanctuary of Oropa to the Borgo di Ricetto. Just outside the centers of small towns rich in treasures, there are rural churches, imposing monasteries, interesting museums and landscapes with villages where time seems to have stopped.
Lingotto Fiere has an exceptional accommodation offer: three 4 star hotels walking distance, a shopping mall with restaurants, a gym and a multiplex, Eataly and Green Pea. The other hotels in Turin are mainly located in the city center, which is ten minutes away by metro from the Exhibition Center. The accommodation offer is 10,000 rooms, of which 4,000 in 4 and 5 star hotels, and 4,500 in 3 star hotels. On Airbnb more than 300 structures complete the touristic offer.
The city offers events and activities to have fun or relax in every time of the year. Everything starts from the “aperitivo”, a local institution and tradition of the city that invented it, with many historic or modern bars in which you can taste the products of the territory. The nightlife develops around the “Quadrilatero romano”, famous for its narrow streets and its restaurants, or in the cocktail bar of Piazza Vittorio Veneto, the widest arcaded square in Europe. The Turin nightlife instead is found in the evening in the San Salvario district.
The shopping center of Turin is the 8 Gallery, which is a walking distance from the exhibition center, with 90 shops and 15 restaurants, a multiplex and a gym. Eataly and Green Pea conclude the commercial offer. In center of the city there are the main Italian fashion, furniture and accessories brand stores, but also boutiques with artisanal and vintage products. In the Turin hinterland it’s possible to find the Turin Outlet Village and the Le Gru shopping center.