If you are in Lisbon from 29th of June until 7th of July, come to visit the biggest international fair of handicraft in the Iberian Peninsula!
Will you be on holiday in Lisbon in late June and early July? Then you have to visit the biggest fair of handicraft in the Iberian Peninsula, the FIA - International Crafts Fair, and the second largest in Europe!
Of course, Lisbon has a lot to offer tourists, from beach, gastronomy, culture to events, among others. If you have good weather you probably will not want to waste a morning or afternoon going to an enclosed site, right? But this event and this site is unique and you must come!
The FIA is one of the most emblematic events and it is enjoyed by the general public in Lisbon, as far as crafts and traditional gastronomy are concerned. This is held at FIL, in Parque das Nações, where there is plenty to see and do: Lisbon Oceanarium, Vasco Gama Tower, Pavilion of Knowledge, cable car ride, stroll through Parque Tejo and Garcia da Horta Gardens, try out the delicious restaurants and rooftops and views of the area.
During 9 days, between June 29 and July 7, visitors/tourists will have the opportunity to taste numerous flavors, watching dances and traditions from every corner of the world, as well as acquire unique, national and international handicrafts, celebrating the great meeting of cultures. This is the platform of excellence for promoting the identity and development of national and international territories, both economically, as well as cultural and tourism.
In total there will be more than 40 countries, 600 exhibitors, 220 of them foreigners, among them companies, national and international artisans, entities related to rural, regional development and agents in the area of traditional, traditional gastronomy and catering.
It is also at the FIA Lisbon that there are possibilities to establish synergies, meet new professionals, collectors and lovers of crafts, arts and design. This event allows, in a single space, to enjoy experiences with countless cultures, emotions and flavors.
This year, and similar to 2018, it is expected to visit more than 110 thousand people, number that the fair closed the doors last year.
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