“AF. L’Artigiano in Fiera 2020”, Craftsmanship Fair

Spices at the Tunisian pavilion at AF. Artigiano in Fiera
Spices at the Tunisian pavilion at AF. Artigiano in Fiera

Date

5 Dic, 2020 - 13 Dic, 2020


Time

10:00 am - 11:00 pm

Location


About the Artigiano in Fiera

Since 1995, AF. Artigiano in Fiera – the large-size exhibition and marketplace held at Rho Fairground – has been listed among the most loved events in Milan. Revolving around the idea of valuing the various cultures of the world, and considered one of the widest craftsmanship fairs in the world, Artigiano in Fiera is the ideal stage to discover insightful highlights on the different cultural backgrounds of the over 110 participating countries.

A brand-new online experience

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the fair could not be held in its traditional version. However, for the very first time, the official website serves as a virtual stand for local producers from all over the world, as well as a marketplace to buy once’s favourite products. The performances traditionally held inside Rho Fieramilano’s pavilions can still be enjoyed online.

All the goods, handcrafted creations and even typical products from the various exhibitors – including food – can be purchased online and are shipped for free at the customers’ houses.

What’s on at AF. Artigiano in Fiera 2020?

The online event features virtual exhibitors from countries spanning from the Far East up to Africa, North and South America, the Middle East and, of course, Italy with all its regional variations. During the 9 days of the online event, guests can purchase traditional handmade objects, jewellery, home decor, clothes and artefacts that are typical of the various cultures of the featured countries, including local specialities. Moreover, talks, dance and music performances, make the atmosphere even more lively and joyful.

Booking.com

Tickets and Information

Enjoy the virtaul fair and purchase your favourite products at www.artigianoinfiera.it

Journalist based in Northern Italy, passionate traveller, photography lover and unstoppable curious of the world. From her early years cars and motorbikes strike a chord in her heart, as well as the entire world of fashion. Giulia works for Where in Italy to share her passions and to promote the most unmissable events and lifestyle experiences. To make Where readers' trips a one-of-a-kind discovery.