After two difficult years caused by the pandemic, the 2022 edition of the Salon International de l’Agriculture is more eagerly anticipated than ever! The event offers a reunion with all the features and services that have become traditional in the vast exhibition spaces of Paris Expo - Porte de Versailles, but also offers an opportunity for farmers and consumers to get together and share. Book your stay at the Paris France Hotel today and plan your visit to the show between February 26th and March 6th.


The essentials of the Salon de l'Agriculture

No agricultural show would be complete without the beautiful cattle down from their pastures, hens with their exuberant plumage, adorable little black and pink pigs and little lambs still being suckled by their mothers. For many, an agricultural show is also synonymous with tastings of delicious products direct from the terroirs of our regions, cheeses and wines in the lead, but also charcuteries, confectionery, fruits and vegetables... Finally, there are also meetings with breeders, producers, farmers, and other professionals in the agri-food industry who provide a more complex and precise view of the agricultural world.


Get the most from your visit to SIA2022

A rich harvest of discoveries and experiences await you. To avoid wasting time upon arrival, remember to book your tickets in advance. Also check out the different sectors and entertainment online beforehand. Pony rides, livestock entrants in the General Competition, discovery of digital innovations, tasting of products from all over France and throughout the world, presentations by urban farmers… There’s not enough hours in the day!

Take advantage of your stay at the Paris France Hotel and visit one of the most popular Parisian trade shows. More than ever, professionals in the agricultural world want to meet the public and discuss their profession and their passion. See you at the largest farm in France!



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