Founded in: 1970
Interval: every year
Opening hours: daily 10:00-18:00 h
Venue: Fairground Messe München
Visitor: trade visitors:
Industry: Automobiles(incl. Parts, Machinery) ~ Equipment & Supply for Automotive Services ~ Bicycles, Motorcycles(incl. Parts) ~ Sports (Goods, Facilities & Services) ~ Tourism & Travel (Goods, Facilities & Services)
Main product: Accessories for two-wheeled Vehicles, Bicycle Tours, Bicycles, Boats, Camping Accessories, Car Equipment, Caravans, Cruisers, Diving Equipment, fitness, Folding Caravans, Golf tourism, Health, Leisure, Medicinal Baths, Mobile Homes, Motor Caravans, Mounta
|Description Fair for Leisure and Travel. F.r. e.e., Munich international travel fair in Germany, is divided into six major theme pavilions: travel, outdoors, cycling, water sports, health and fitness, recreational vehicles and mobile entertainment. Since 1970, it has been a comprehensive exposition of global travel, leisure and entertainment, attracting nearly 120,000 visitors annually, and successfully created one of the largest and most popular tourist leisure fairs planned in Europe. More than 1,200 exhibitors from 60 countries participated in the Munich leisure travel exhibition in Germany. 86% of exhibitors rated the exhibition as "excellent" and 79% contacted the target audience through the exhibition.More than 122,000 spectators visited the site, 88% of the audience purchased products or placed orders at the site, and 9% (10,980) were professional trade visitors.|
Gross exhibition space
Net exhibition spaceSpecial show space *Exhibitor stand space
Open airDomesticForeign Exhibitor figures
Additionally represented company *DomesticForeign Visitor figures
Visitors (number of admissions)DomesticForeign Present journalists
*A special show space is defined as an area of an exhibition which illustrates the subject matter of an exhibition by taking a general look at it or by examining individual aspects. Special show space may consist of areas which feature stands, information boards and demonstra tions.
* An additionally represented company displays economic goods on the stand of an exhibitor without employing his own staff.
An additionally represented company can be a company, individual person or organ isation.
An additionally represented company is not to be regarded as an exhibitor, however it can be listed in an exhibitor directory if ap propriately marked.