Some fairs and exhibitions at Incheba in Bratislava

A selection of fairs and exhibitions being held this year at Incheba in Bratislava:

A selection of fairs and exhibitions being held this year at Incheba in Bratislava:



- ITF Slovakiatour; January 19 – 22


The most important tourism fair in Slovakia, accompanied by the Hunting and Leisure exhibition, the Wellness and Fitness exhibition, Danubius Gastro, and the Camera Slovakia travel festival.


- Wedding Fair; February 3 – 4


A wedding fair accompanied by the Interbeauty cosmetics fair.


- Motorcycles; March 15 – 18


A show featuring motorcycles, scooters, trikes and quad bikes, as well as services and accessories for all fans of the biker lifestyle. Held simultaneously with the Boat Show, Fishing Show and Cyklo Show exhibitions.


- CONECO/RACIOENERGIA; March 27 – 31


The international fair for the construction industry, subtitled From Energy Saving to Sustainability.


- Autosalón; April 17 – 22


A car show packed with new-model premieres and accompanied by the second edition of the luxury goods and services exhibition Exclusive Salon.


- Flóra Bratislava; April 26 – 29


An international fair of flowers and gardening.


- IDEB; May 2 – 4


An international exhibition of defence engineering.


- SPRING DUO DANUBE; May 12 – 13


An international dog show.


- MODDOM; October 17 – 21


An international fair of furniture, apartment accessories and interior design.


- Bibliotéka; November 8 – 11


An international book fair, now in its 20th year.


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