All the main information you need to know for an effective and safe visiting experience at the event: how to buy tickets, how to get there, what to see.
TUTTOFOOD returns to fieramilano in Rho from Friday 22 to Tuesday 26 October, for a complete and immersive experience of discovery of innovation and agrifood excellence. First of all, how to access it? TUTTOFOOD opens to the public from 9.30 am to 6.30 pm and can be accessed through the East, South and WestDoors. Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.tuttofood.it/en/visitare/biglietteria.html and to enter the event simply use the QR code on the presale.
And how to get there? The exhibition centre can be easily reached by public transport, in particular by underground, underground line M1, Rho Fiera stop, or by suburban and regional trains, Rho Fiera Milano station. During the events some long distance trains stop at this station, it is advisable to check on the websites of the railway operators. For those arriving by car, the district can be reached from the A4 Milan-Venice and A8 Lakes motorways, and from the western (A50) and northern (A52)/Rho Monza bypasses (SP 46). There are a number of covered and uncovered car parks available for a fee.
Once at the event, one of the sectors to see is this year's novelty, TUTTOFRUIT, dedicated to fresh fruit and vegetables and innovations in the IV and V range. TUTTOWINE is also growing, offering a wide selection of the best wineries, with numerous tastings. Also worth seeing are the historical sectors such as TUTTODAIRY, TUTTODRINK, TUTTOFROZEN, TUTTOGROCERY, TUTTOHEALTH, TUTTOMEAT, TUTTOOIL, TUTTOPASTA, TUTTOSEAFOOD, TUTTOSWEET, TUTTOWORLD.
Access to the event is permitted in line with current health and safety regulations. For more details on the Fiera Milano Safe Together anti-Covid protocol, please visit https://www.fieramilano.it/sicurinsieme/. A rapid swab station will also be set up at the entrance.