Poznań International Fair (MTP)

Poznań International Fair (MTP) was established in 1921. It is one of the trade show organizers with the longest history. It has been organizing various meetings continuously for over 100 years, bringing together people from all over the world. Nowadays, MTP’s product portfolio consists of more than a hundred tradeshows organized annually or biannually.

MTP is a leader of the Polish exhibition industry, having about 50% share in the exhibition market in Poland, which ranks it the first organizer of exhibition events and fair in Central and Eastern Europe. MTP is a member of the organizations which gather worldwide exhibition leaders, including UFI –Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, Centrex – International Exhibition Statistics Union, EMECA - European Major Exhibition Centers Association as well as the Polish Chamber of the Exhibition Industry (PIPT).

MTP is located on Głogowska Street, in the city centre. Therefore, all important city points are at fingertips. Several large hotels are located in the immediate vicinity of the fairgrounds. The railway station can be reached on foot in just 5 minutes. Ławica Airport is in turn located at a distance of 6 km.

Congress Center – Hall 15

Congress Center – Hall 15 – a multifunctional, three-level and architecturally diverse facility with more than 4 000 conference seats, a VIP area and a space dedicated to exhibitors and sponsor booths. The venue has 38 fully-equipped conference rooms with adjustable size and a spacious foyer with an area of 2 250 square meters, ideal for exhibitions and banquets. With the skywalk connection to the complex of four halls, the facility allows to simultaneously organize conferences and events for nearly 20 000 people.


HALL of Earth

The reason for the delights of audiences and artists from around the world is the Hall of Earth considered by experts as one of the best large concert halls in Poland in terms of acoustics. The plenary chamber holds nearly 2,000 people, and thanks to the ingenuity of designers it can be arranged in different ways and easily adapted to a congress plenary session as well as a theater, concert and sporting events.


The famous "Spire" is the oldest exhibition hall and at the same time a symbol of Poznan International Fair. Its design is based on the Upper Silesian Tower which was designed by architect Prof. Hans Poelzig in 1911. Located in the heart of MTP the venue towers over the other halls, and occasionally – on anniversaries important for Poland and Poznan – it takes on different colours. It is a space designed to host events, business meetings and conferences.