Travelers love Italy. Italy is one of the most interesting countries in the world. You will find in Italy and natural attractions, and historical sites and beaches and delicious food. Visiting events can make your trip to Italy even more interesting. Here you will find information on some of the events of 2020. This will help you plan your trip.
We do not know what events will take place, be canceled or rescheduled (in connection with COVID-19). Check yourself on the official sites. You can find some information here.
The year of culture in Parma. The city of Parma was named the Italian cultural capital for 2020. In this regard, many events will be organized in the city in 2020. For example: the gastronomic festival Gola Gola Festival will be held from 5 to 7 June 2020 in the city of Piacenza.
Fashion Days in Milan. Milan is one of the world capitals of fashion and design. Fashion shows for the fall - winter 2020-2021 season will be held in January - February.
Furniture exhibition Salone del Mobile will be held April 21-26, 2020.
Milan is considered one of the best cities for fashion shopping.
February 08 to February 25, 2020. Venice Carnival. Carnival in Venice is one of the most visited events in Italy. You definitely need to visit Venice both in the days of the carnival, and again at another time of the year, if you have the opportunity.
Learn more about the Carnival of Venice.
April 19 to April 22, 2020. Wine exhibition in Verona. Vinitaly is an international exhibition of wine and spirits, which takes place in Verona. In 2020, the event will be held from April 19 to 22. The exhibition will host wine tastings, seminars and conferences dedicated to Italian wine.
June 2020. Uefa Euro 2020 Games in Rome. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the championship, this sporting event will also be a tourist event with the participation of twelve different cities. Some matches will be held in Italy. Matches in Rome will be held June 12, 17 and 21, as well as July 4.
Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico) located in the city of Rome. You can get on bus 32 from the Ottaviano metro station or bus 280 from the Lepanto metro station.
You may also be interested in: Rome metro map, Rome airport.
June 13 to September 5, 2020. Opera Festival in Verona. Arena Opera Festival is held in the city of Verona, in the ancient Roman amphitheater Arena di Verona. You can hear famous operas featuring famous singers from June 13 to September 5, as well as ballet shows and classical music concerts.
July 10-19, 2020. Jazz festival in Perugia. Umbria Jazz Festival is held annually in the city of Perugia (Perugia). This is the most important jazz event of the year in Italy. The festival will be held from July 10-19, in 2020.
The city of Perugia is located in central Italy in the Umbria region.
August 22, 2020. Notte della Taranta (Tarantula Night) is a folk music festival held in the Salento region (Puglia region) in southern Italy. The festival is dedicated to the folk dance of Pizzica (Italian: Pizzica). The main events of the festival are held in Melpignano.
September 6, 2020. Historical regatta in Venice. The reconstruction of the historic regatta traditionally takes place on the first Sunday of September in Venice. This event attracts the attention of both tourists and local residents. The event is held in two stages: a historic boat parade along the Grand Canal and then a competitive regatta.
Learn more about Venice.
October 11, 2020. Barcolana regatta. The traditional historical international sailing regatta Barcolana is held annually in the Gulf of Trieste on the second Sunday of October. With more than 2500 participants, this is one of the most popular sailing races in the world. Both professionals and amateurs participate in the race.
The city of Trieste is located in the north-east of Italy, in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.