The visit to the Exhibition Hall, to the programme of Conference and to the various sections is free of charge, except for the participation in the Workshop with foreign and national Buyers (with a fee)
Next former Cafasso Tobacco Factory/Archaeological Park and Museum
from Thursday, 31 October to Saturday, 2 November 10.00 · 19.00
Sunday, 3 November 10.00 · 13.00
The entry is reserved to tourism and cultural operators of public and private sectors, to travelers, to school and university teachers, to members of the press.
For information on the Workshop with Buyers: https://www.borsaturismoarcheologico.it/workshop/
An orientation programme for training in cultural tourism and cultural heritage dedicated to them is reserved for High School and University graduating students.
Programme reserved for Schools: https://www.borsaturismoarcheologico.it/partecipa/scuola/
Programme reserved for Universities: https://www.borsaturismoarcheologico.it/universita/
For information about how to reach Paestum: https://www.borsaturismoarcheologico.it/info-utili/come-arrivare/
To meet the market represented by all the Italian regions and 18 foreign Countries
In Paestum get a preview of the offer of international and national archaeological tourism with new trends and experiences for your clients.
To discover new tourism-archaeological destinations and plan your next holiday in the sign of history and antiquity
Come to see first-hand the new travel proposals from all over the world, but mostly come to admire the “Bel Paese Italia” with many destinations you don’t know yet and unusual itineraries.
To update your professional profile, meet the experts and learn about new opportunities
To acquire new know-how and develop relationships, participate in the conference program (in the 2022 edition, 100 conferences were held with 500 moderators and speakers) with prestigious personalities from the world of cultural tourism and archaeological heritage.
The Exchange is the only event in the world where you can meet the heads of local Institutions and Bodies (Ministries and Departments of Tourism and Culture), the Directors of Parks and Archaeological Museums, the heads of employers’ organizations and professional associations, the realities of cultural volunteering, the specialized press.