EUROGUSS News EUROGUSS Turns Exhibition Time into Family Time
In cooperation with the Nuremberg Convention and Tourism Office, NürnbergMesse is turning a visit to the exhibition into a highlight for the whole family. An attractive new offer ensures that the Whitsun holidays, during which EUROGUSS is being held this year, are not just about the processes, technology, and products in die casting. Exhibitors, visitors, and their families can explore the sights, museums, and shopping areas of Nuremberg without a car. This includes the Playmobil FunPark or the Nuremberg Zoo, which makes children's hearts beat faster. It pays to be quick, tickets for the family offer are limited.
Due to the postponement of EUROGUSS to 8–10 June 2022, the international trade fair for die casting will take place during the first week of the Whitsun holidays in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg. The automotive industry, one of the important visitor target groups of the fair, is particularly based in these federal states. The overlap of holiday periods and a trade fair like EUROGUSS is unusual, but nonetheless should not be a question of either or.
"With the additional offer, nothing stands in the way of visiting the fair during the school holidays", says Christopher Boss, Head of EUROGUSS at NürnbergMesse. "So the exhibition time becomes family time simultaneously and the whole family can travel to Nuremberg."
#CityHappiness for All Ages
The home of EUROGUSS is easy to discover with the NÜRNBERG CARD. Together with the Nuremberg Convention and Tourism Office, NürnbergMesse has created a very special offer exclusively for exhibitors and visitors of the die casting industry trade fair: free travel on public transport for 48 hours, free admission to around 30 museums and sights, and a 50 per cent discount on activities at participating partners. These include, for example, the Toy Museum and the Planetarium, but also the Zoo and the Kaiserburg in Nuremberg. Also worth seeing are the guided tours through the historic rock passages and Nuremberg Underworlds.
The second-largest city in Bavaria also offers #CityHappiness on foot. The winding alleys surrounded by historic buildings and the medieval old town come to life, especially in the summer months. At the same time, modern architecture, shopping miles, and fancy shops make the metropolitan region a young city with lots of atmosphere and flair. Whether young or old, whether culture, thirst for knowledge or fun. There is something for everyone.
Special Offer for Little Adventurers
Inquisitive explorers can follow in the footsteps of emperors, kings, merchants, and craftsmen in Nuremberg on the children's guided tour of the Old Town of Sebald. For the particularly brave, the gates to the Playmobil FunPark open. Romping, climbing, playing, and discovering are on the agenda here.
Tickets for this coveted additional offer are limited. It pays to be quick. More information on the additional program can be found at: https://www.euroguss.de/en/family-action