84th Florence International
Crafts Fair

From 16th  to 20th December,
10 am – 10 pm

16th December, 3 pm – 10 pm

Are You a Visitor?

Take part in MIDA, the 2023 Handicraft International Exhibition

From 25th April to 1st May 2023, MIDA – the Florence International Crafts Fair – will be back at the Fortezza da Basso with its 87th edition.
A long-awaited and unmissable event, where the general public will finally be able to come back to admire live the most beautiful craft works from Italy and other countries of the world.

On the USEFUL INFO page you can find the answer to the most common questions. Go to the page

Opening Times

25-29-30 April and 1st May

From 10:00 to 22:00

26-27-28 April

From 10:00 to 20:00


Full price

(Valid all days)

€ 7.00 directly at the Fair – € 6.00 online

Reduced price

(Valid from Wednesday to Friday)

* The following are entitled to reduced tickets:

  • Under 25 years old
  • Over 65 years old
  • Agreements: Unicoop Fi

Euro 5.00 (*) directly at the Fair and online

Reduced price

(valid all days)

* Reserved to disabled people

Euro 5.00 (*) directly at the Fair and Online

Free entry*

Free ticket, reserved for: *

Free ticket, reserved for:

  • Children up to the age of 12 if accompanied by an adult
  • Carers of people with disabilities
  • Group leaders (at least 10 people)

Free (*) Only on-site

From 20:00 - 22:00

Free admission on on 26-27-28 April from 20:00 to 22:00 for open-air food and drink areas and side exhibitions

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In conjunction with MIDA – the 87th International Crafts Fair – it will be possible to visit the event ‘ABITA’ , the exhibition dedicated to the world of the home: from furniture, architecture and design to technologies and services.
An event not to be missed for all home enthusiasts, professionals and industry experts

The Exhibition Center

Discover Florence and its Renaissance beauties

Visiting MIDA also gives you the opportunity to discover Florence and its artistic beauties, starting right from the Fortezza da Basso, a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture.
Built during the first half of 16th century for the Medici family to control the city, today it is the main venue of the Florence congress and exhibition center.

How to arrive

Firenze offers you many opportunities

The greatest selection of quality crafts in Italy, two steps away from the 16th-century Fortezza da Basso in Florence.