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Crocus Expo
Crocus Expo

Crocus Expo International Exibition Centre

The Crocus Expo International Exhibition Centre was designed and built according to the highest international architectural standards. Its primary purpose is to host a variety of international exhibitions involving companies from Russia and abroad.

Crocus Expo is currently one of the largest exhibition centres in Russia. The exhibition's three pavilions (Pavilion 1, Pavilion 2, Pavilion 3) house 19 halls, with technology that complies with international standards; 49 conference halls, well-equipped for congresses, presentations and seminars; a modern 6,200-seat congress hall (Crocus Citi Hall); and negotiation rooms.

The third pavilion in the exhibition centre, whose total area exceeds 450,000 m2, opened in August 2007. All pavilions at Crocus Expo are connected by covered, moving walkways, which allow visitors a better view of the displays across the entire exhibition area.

The infrastructure at Crocus Expo is well developed; the exhibition centre's pavilions have bank branches, service centres, food courts, a cafeteria, restaurant, taxi ordering point, cloakroom, customs station and lifting service.

Multimedia terminals are positioned at the entrance to each exhibition hall, helping visitors to find their way easily around the exhibition centre.

Crocus Expo is situated on the outer side of the MKAD (Moscow Ring Road) (65-66 km), and motorway exits lead to the pavilions. The Mjakinino metro station is located on-site at the exhibition centre. A 20,000-space car park lies opposite the complex, and Pavilion 3 offers 6,000 additional parking spaces.