FIP 2011

XVII International Culture Fair

The XVII edition of the International Culture Fair 2011 started on 29 April.

During those dates, the stands became the headquarters of each country, offering the people their gastronomy, folklore and artisan products, making your visit feel like a trip to a distant land like Japan, Peru, India, Thailand...

The International Trade Fair was also free-entry and took a big space at the front of the premises, besides the fairground rides.

What's New

This year we are delighted to announce h the incorporation of three new countries: Greece, Hungary and Israel. Following the integrating spirit of the fair, this year Palestine and Israel could meet in a same multicultural event.

The parade went back to departing from the City Hall, traveling through the town to reach the Palacio de la Paz, in the Fairground.

Parade

That year the parade started in Plaza de España and went through Avda. Condes de San Isidro, Avda. Matías Sáenz de Tejada, C/ Alfonso XIII, and Pso. Jesús Santos Rein, lastly arriving at the fairground.


Programme

Friday 29 April

13:00pm
Stands opening
14:00pm
FIM Trade Fair opening and stands opening
20:30pm
Folklore Parade
04:00am
Stands closing

Saturday 30 April

12:00pm
Great Parade
13:00pm
Stands opening and folklore groups performances in each stand
04:00am
Stands closing

Sunday 1 May

13:00pm
Stands opening
04:00am
Stands closing

Gastronomy, crafts, and folkloric live performances in all booths and within the fairground premises as well as FTV Television Set. Free entrance

Representatives

Apart from the incorporation of Greece, Hungary and Israel we also had two countries returning: USA and Dominican Republic.

Further down you can see what countries were selected that year and where they were during the fair.

 
Palacio de la Paz
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Fair Rides
 
Fair Rides
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FIM
 
FIM
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Stalls Agendas

XVII International Culture Fair