Ambitious plans for Caravans Salon Poland 2022 in Poznań

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The 5th edition of the caravanning fair in Poznań promises to be very interesting and the organizers' plans are impressive. Five exhibition pavilions, almost 40,000 m2 of exhibition space at the disposal of exhibitors, a larger rally and two accompanying events. From October 21 to 23, the largest fair event devoted to caravanning tourism in many years will take place.

The 5th edition of the fair was marked by records

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The organizers of Caravans Salon Poland in Poznań - Grupa MTP, have a clear plan: to create a comprehensive, large and attractive trade fair event for fans of caravanning and tourism, so that an autumn visit to the Poznań International Fair is a must-see in the calendar of every camper and fan of traveling on their own terms. .

Tickets at attractive pre-sale prices are now available HERE: https://bit.ly/Bilety_CSP2022

“For us, Carvans Salon Poland is a fundamental element in building the caravanning industry by the MTP Group. We have been operating on this market since 2012, when we prepared the first edition of the caravanning salon during the Poznań Motor Show. Over the course of ten years, we have also organized several rallies and four editions of the Caravans Salon Poland fair. Especially the last two years have shown that caravanning has huge potential in Poland and the fair is the best opportunity to learn about what the industry has to offer. We even more expect that the 5th edition will show how the market is growing in strength, which is why this year we are devoting as many as five of our pavilions to the exhibition and an additional space for a caravanning rally, which is a very important part of the fair," said Filip Bittner, vice-president of the management board of Grupa MTP.

The exhibition promises to be record-breaking, as almost 40,000 m2 of space will be available to exhibitors, but that's not all, because the organizers also plan to expand the caravanning rally to over 220 crews and further develop the Retro and Vanlife Zone.

“This year we have as many as 5 of our pavilions at our disposal and we are on track to fill them all with the exhibitions of our exhibitors. There is still a lot of time until the fair and we can already boast that we have already booked over 2/3 of this space and we are still receiving inquiries from new entities. Importantly, many exhibitors are increasing their areas compared to previous years, and this will certainly translate into the number of vehicles presented, the attractiveness of these stands and the freedom of sightseeing for our guests. Impressive stands known from trade fairs in Germany and Norway will now be presented in Poland.” – emphasizes Miłosz Jankowiak, director of Caravans Salon Poland

The list of exhibitors is already growing

There is still a lot of time until the October fair, and Caravans Salon can already boast a large number of confirmed or declared exhibitors, including many of the most significant players on our market. Importantly, many companies declared their exclusive participation in the fair in Poznań, skipping other autumn events. Today, the list includes companies such as: ACK Benimar, CarGO, Centrum Campingowe, Wavecamper, Elcamp, ProCamp, Camel Camp, MTM, XCamp and also large manufacturers such as Rapido, Pilote and Hobby. The organizers emphasize that there are many inquiries about space and the exhibition is largely already planned and booked.

A larger rally, special zones and new possibilities for the fair infrastructure

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The Caravanning Rally, which is always the apple of the organizers' eye, is also gaining new opportunities this year. The construction of a 3-level underground parking lot and a new event plan located above the parking lot will soon be completed on the MTP premises. This will allow for the reception of over 500 passenger cars of exhibitors and visitors and will free up additional space for rally lots around the exhibition pavilions.

“Thanks to the new parking lot and the square that will be built above it, we gain additional space to organize the rally. So far, we could not afford to host more than 170 teams, now we plan to accommodate 220, and if conditions are favorable, we will try to increase the rally to the optimal number of 250 teams. This year our rally will also have its own graphic design and name Przystanek_Targi. The first pool of plots for the rally will go on sale just after the May weekend - announces Michał Dublaga, responsible for PR and Marketing of the event

The organizers also do not forget about special zones, which were very popular in previous editions. The Retro and Vanlife/Hand Made camper zones will be further developed and more vehicles and guests will appear here as well.

“Caravanning is not only about new vehicles and accessories, but also the vanlife movement and rich history. We do not forget about this and are trying to develop our special zones so that visitors have at their disposal not only a full cross-section of the market offer, but also the opportunity to meet iconic, historic vehicles in the Retro Zone and meet people who have associated their lives with traveling in the spirit of Vanlife and whom they observe on social media every day. The first guests are already confirming their participation," adds Michał Dublaga.

Tour Salon and the Travel Festival in the Footsteps of Dreams again together with Caravans Salon

The above-mentioned 5 pavilions with campers and almost 40,000 m2 are not all that you will be able to see as part of the ticket to Caravans Salon! Once again, the Tour Salon, a tourism and regional fair, will be held together with the caravanning fair, which also promises to be a bigger event than last year. The second event included in the fair ticket will be the 10th edition of the Traces of Dreams Travel Festival, i.e. meetings and lectures by travelers and explorers.

Taking this into account, visitors to the fair on October 21-23 will have as many as 7 pavilions filled with attractions, inspirations and offers.

Tickets for the fair can be found here: https://bit.ly/Bilety_CSP2022

More information about the event: https://bit.ly/Caravans_Salon_Poland_2021_info

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