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European indoor trade event for the potato, fruit and vegetable sector, from growing to processing and marketing.
DATES & OPENING TIMES
- Sunday 25 November 2018 - 09:30 - 18:00 hrs
- Monday 26 November 2018 - 09:30 - 18:00 hrs
- Tuesday 27 November 2018 - 09:30 - 18:00 hrs
ADMISSION FOR TRADE VISITORS ONLY
INTERPOM | PRIMEURS is a trade fair en only accessible for professionals. Entrance fee with online pre-registration:
Kortrijk Xpo - Doorniksesteenweg 216 - 8500 Kortrijk // Hall 1-2-3-4-5-6-Rambla
How to get there? Route description
ACCESSIBILITY & PARKING
Visit the website of Kortrijk Xpo for: route description - parking facilities
Ample parking possibilities: P2-P7 - EUR 5,00 / ticket - payment at the ticket machines at the car parks or by VISA on entering and leaving the car park
NEW! You can pay with your bank card / credit card at the barriers when you leave the car-park.
Attention: The P1 Park+ Ride car-park- is operated by Parko agb. If you would like to park on P1, when our car-parks are full, you will also have to pay for your parking ticket on P1. The machine is located on the bridge at the passage-way to cross the road.
Kortrijk Xpo offers charging stations, situated at P4, for electrical vehicles to both visitors and exhibitors. At the exit of the car park you can find Tesla fast-charging stations.
YOUR TRIP TO KORTRIJK XPO
- with the car or public transport: more info here
- OFFICIAL AIRLINE PARTNER - exclusive offer Brussels Airlines
Brussels Airlines is pleased to be your Preferred Carrier for the INTERPOM PRIMEURS 2016 and extends 10% discount on available return economy and business fares from Europe, Tel Aviv, Russia & Africa to Brussels.
- Trip Brussels Airport - Kortrijk Xpo with own transport: reserver your taxi via Taxi Leiedal: +32 056 498 498 or email@example.com
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS IN KORTRIJK
After your visit, Kortrijk and its surroundings offer a wide selection of restaurants and hotels
TOURISM: SPEND A DAY IN THE CITY OF KORTRIJK
Kortrijk is the historical central town of one of the most dynamic regions in Flanders. The town looks back on a gripping historical past. Over 7 centuries ago, Kortrijk was the setting for the Battle of the Golden Spurs, one of the key symbols of the Flemish struggle for emancipation. More recently, the flax industry, leaving a myriad of economic imprints on the region, served to lend the town its solid international reputation. Today, Kortrijk stands proud as a multifaceted modern town, intensively investing in its future. Melding tradition and innovation, Kortrijk combines a due sense of history and a forward-looking vision of the future.