Fiera Milano

Strada Statale Sempione, 28, Milan, Italy
GPS: 45.5197, 9.07896

Fiera Milano in Rho is part of Fiera Milano Group, together with Fiera Milano City and MiCo - Milano Congressi. The Rho trade fair complex is where the company’s headquarters are based, plus it receives most of the major B2B and B2C fairs held in Milan. It is the largest of the three venues, offering a total of 405,000 sq m of exhibition space (345,000 sq m indoors and 60,000 sq m outdoors). Fiera Milano’s capacity ranks it among the biggest exhibition sites in the world.

By hosting exhibitions related to the most representative sectors of the Italian economy and by bringing significant numbers of international visitors, Fiera Milano contributes to the socio-economic development of the region.

photo: Böhringer Friedrich


Although other fairs were held in the city before the first edition of Fiera Campionaria (the Milan Trade Fair) in 1920, this event is considered the cornerstone in the history of Milan as an exhibition venue. Fiera Campionaria also played an important role in promoting Italian products in the 60s and 70s. The 80s saw the Milan Trade Fair’s transformation into separate exhibitions, each focused on a different sector.

Meanwhile, the fairgrounds underwent major changes - including moving, demolition, rebuilding, expansion and reorganisation. The existing site of Fiera Milano Rho, designed by Massimiliano Fuksas, was opened in 2005. Only 3 years later Fiera Milano was selected to host the Universal Exhibition. The major event took place in 2015.

Fiera Milano location map
getting around

Getting around

The most convenient way to reach the Rho fairgrounds by public transport is via subway or train.

Rho Fiera Milano underground station is near the East Entrance. Metro line 1 (Red) stops there.

Rho-Fiera station is also close to the East Entrance and offers multiple connections. Trains EC, FR, R21, R23, REG, RE4, RE5, RV, S5, S6 and S11 stop there.

The venue is located west of Milan, by the A4 motorway.

There are several car parks with combined space for more than 10,000 vehicles. Most of the designated parking areas are adjacent to the West Entrance and to the South Entrance.

important exhibitions

Important exhibitions

Fiera Milano accommodates numerous trade fairs and exhibitions of international importance. Some of the internally organised events include:

  • Host, where the hospitality sector meets once every 2 years;
  • SICUREZZA, the trade fair for security and fire solutions;
  • Print4All, a successful format combining 3 events for the printing industry.

Among the major guest shows in Fiera Milano Rho are:

  • EICMA, the annual motorcycle exhibition;
  • Salone del Mobile Milan, also known as Milan Furniture Fair, the largest event in the sector;
  • EuroCucina, the leading kitchen furniture trade show, taking place within the frame of Salone del Mobile every other year;
  • CPhI Worldwide, the key trade fair for pharmaceutical ingredients and innovations;
  • Euroluce, one of the most prestigious lighting exhibitions;
  • SIMEI, the biennial trade fair focused on enological and bottling equipment;
  • MADE expo, the gathering place for the architecture and the construction industry.

Upcoming trade fairs

Viscom Italia 2020

Fiera Milano,
Milan, Italy
Nov 17, 2020 - Nov 18, 2020

HOMI 2021

Fiera Milano,
Milan, Italy
Jan 29, 2021 - Feb 1, 2021

HOMI Fashion & Jewels Winter 2021

Fiera Milano,
Milan, Italy
Feb 20, 2021 - Feb 23, 2021

MICAM Spring 2021

Fiera Milano,
Milan, Italy
Feb 21, 2021 - Feb 24, 2021

LINEAPELLE Spring 2021

Fiera Milano,
Milan, Italy
Feb 24, 2021 - Feb 26, 2021

Venditalia 2021

Fiera Milano,
Milan, Italy
Mar 10, 2021 - Mar 13, 2021

Halls of Fiera Milano

Fiera Milano Rho has 3 entrances – East (Porta Est in Italian), West (Porta Ovest) and South (Porta Sud). The East and West entrances are connected by a passage way. It is over 1 km long and the venue’s 20 pavilions are set on its both sides. Together, the pavilions provide a total of 345,000 sq m of exhibition space.

The nearest pavilions (halls) to the East Entrance are 1,2,3 and 4. Pavilions 15, 24, 13 and 22 are close to the West Entrance, while Fiera Milano’s offices, service centre and Convention Centre are accessible via the South Entrance.