Members of Linnaeus Association will receive a 5€ discount for each table. More information at or segreteria@associazionelinnaeus.

Gábor Dalmáti / Reptiles Day
28/29 May
Saturday 10:00–19:00
Sunday 9:00–17:00

In collaboration with



icon 13 000 m² of covered space icon 3000 m² of space outside
icon Two conference halls with a capacity of 200 and 35 seats, equipped with audio and video equipment icon Self-service restaurant with 200 seats
icon Three bars open during the exhibition schedule icon Free outdoor parking for 1500 cars and free covered parking for exhibitors with a capacity of 450 vehicles
icon Free Wifi throughout the exhibition icon ATM 200 m
icon Guaranteed ambulance services in the pavilions provided by the Croce Rossa Italiana icon Nighttime surveillance
icon Taxi

The story

The first edition of Reptiles Day in 2001 consisted of about 70 tables and 30 exhibitors. The two creators — Davide Fain and Herman Schiavon made the first Italian exchanging exhibition. Two years later, in 2003, the exhibition occupied an entire pavilion with nearly 200 tables and 100 exhibitors. Since that edition, Gabor Dalmati became a part of the staff, managing the foreign exhibitors. Since 2005 the exhibition became international, welcoming exhibitors from 10 foreign countries. In the recent years, the exhibition has been growing, arriving at actual 650 tables with over 200 exhibitors. The organization's goal is not only to allow selling and exchanging animals and devices, but also creating a meeting point between the animal lovers. Exactly for this reason, the exhibition has a duration of 2 days, allowing all of the exhibitors committed to their stand during the opening hours to chat with each other on a Saturday evening in one of the steak houses, pizzerias, restaurants or bars, which are found nearby. So we can say that not only we are the most "ancient" and famous reptiles exhibition in Italy, but we are also a meeting point and the exhibition that opened the doors to Europe. We are the first and currently the only exhibition that limits the animals being wild captured, giving more space to the breeders, offering the quality of animals born captivity. The exhibition experience stimulated the growth of other similar events and we can say that there are various well-known exhibitions in Italy on an european level, like Squamata or Verona Reptiles.


Gábor Dalmáti
0039 333 312 26 93
Longarone Fiere s.r.l.
via del Parco, 3
32013 Longarone (BL)
tel. 0437 577 577
fax 0437 770 340



Forbidden animals.pdf
Accompanying statement for entry.pdf
Volantino Linneaus.pdf
Self declaration.pdf