Trade shows for all tastes in October at the Porte de Versailles

Trade shows for all tastes in October at the Porte de Versailles

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The Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition and conference centre is one of the largest in Europe and hosts international events throughout the year. All this just a few steps from the Vice Versa Hotel! Discover the busy autumn schedule of this cutting-edge venue.


Trade shows for fun

The Paris Expo Porte de Versailles caters to all ages and all tastes. During the October 27th to 30th period, you can discover Kidexpo, a show entirely dedicated to children. Divided into three sectors, it hosts some 300 exhibitors and a whole host of free workshops. Have a good time with your family, test activities and products and get a preview of the hottest toys for Christmas. The following week, Paris Expo hosts Paris Games Week, from November 2nd to 6th. Immerse yourself in the world of video games and participate in meetings and events. The show is aimed at experienced adult players as well as children and teenagers… and their parents.


Chocolate, cars and good ideas

It wouldn’t be a Parisian October without the Foire d’Automne, formerly called the Foire de Paris. Featuring decor, gastronomy, travel, shopping, beauty and more, it’s a fun way to discover new trends, get inspired or find the solution to one of your practical questions. It runs from October 21st to 30th. As the shows overlap, at the same time you can check out the Salon du Chocolat from October 28th to November 1st. The world’s largest show dedicated to chocolate and cocoa is a delicious treat not to be missed. Finally, don’t miss the Paris Auto Show, which will be held this year from October 17th to 23rd, in parallel with Equip Auto, dedicated to professionals.


A six-minute walk away, the Vice Versa Hotel allows you to make the most of all these Paris Expo Porte de Versailles events. Book your break and tickets today.


Photo credit: Sergey Ryzhov

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