F.re.e – The fair for leisure & travel

Free – it means living without any controls of others. It means being completely released and liberated. And it means leisure, travel and rest. F.re.e is also the name of Bavaria’s largest fair for leisure and travel and opened its doors again this year. From February 21-25, 2018 more than 135.000 visitors (record!) had the chance to see and discover a widespread exhibition from camping to wellness. Over 1.300 companies from 70 different countries were spread in the following seven exhibition sectors:

Caravaning & Camping •   Travel   •   Cruises & Boat Trips
 Water Sports   •   Outdoor   •   Bicycles   •   Health & Wellness

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F.re.e – What the fair has to offer

As a travel blogger and passionate swimmer, I wanted to visit the Travel and Water Sport section first. While the Travel section offered travel itineraries from all over the world, the Water Sport section was a fun change. You could go diving in a little pool, test canoes in the water or try out stand-up paddling in the SUP-pool. Other sections offered a climbing wall with competitions, a bicycle parcours and several show-stages with interesting lectures and presentations.

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Because of the variety of topics, it never gets boring and there is so much to discover. Another big point is the experience you get at the F.re.e. You can test a lot of things by yourself and have the experts at the right place. Just ask and you will be lucky!

So if you want to get inspired for your next journey or if you’re interested in new outdoor and water sport equipment, I can highly recommend to visit the F.re.e fair in Munich!

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Take note:

If you want to go to the fair next year, don’t make the same mistake as I did and go on the weekend. I was there on a Sunday and it was very, very crowded. Saturday might be a better option if you’re just free on weekends.

The next F.re.e will take place from February 20-24, 2019. I can suggest purchasing an online ticket, because you will save 30% of the entrance fee. This year it costs 8€ (10$) which is a fair price for such a big fair.

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Also make sure to print the ticket as you can just get in with the code on the printed paper. But don’t worry if you don’t have a printer. My boyfriend just had it on his phone and there was a service for printing it right at the online service desk.

If you’re interested in several travel itineraries, bring a bag for the catalogs. Most exhibitors offer free catalogs which might be interesting for you. But if you purchase something, you will get a bag anyway.

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One ticket, three events: Besides the F.re.e fair, you can also attend the Munich Car Days and Golf Days Munich, where you can test-drive the new cars and play golf at the exercise area. I haven’t visited them, because I was just interested in the F.re.e. But if you like cars and golfing, it might be very interesting for you.

Do you have questions about the fair for leisure and travel? Otherwise I will see you next year at the F.re.e 2019!

Until then, check out my last travel posts The ultimate packing list and The best travel hotspots 2018 for more travel inspiration.Verena, Postcards from V

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2 Comments

    • Thank you so much! It was great, because you could try out so many things. The entrance was not free, unfortunately. But it costs about 8 euro if you purchase it online. I think that’s a very fair price 🙂

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