Practical Information


Practical Information & Badges
VAPEXPO MADRID will take place at the Pabellón de Cristal on days 1st & 2nd of June 2024

You can now order online your badge HERE (general public, professional and press badges) –

You can also buy your ticket at the ticketing office that will be available at the entrance of the event..

In order to save time, please order your badges online and print them before your arrival to the show.


Opening hours:

1st June (Saturday) from 11 am to 19:00 pm.

Open to the general public: from 11:00 am to 19:00 pm.
Professionals visitors: from 11:00 am to 19:00 pm.
Press: from 10:00 am to 19:00 pm.
Exhibitors: from 8:00 am.

2nd June (Sunday) from 11:00 am to 18:00 pm.
Open to the general public: from 12:30 am to 18:00 pm.
Professionals visitors (exclusive): from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Exclusive Pass / 12:30 am to 18:00 pm. Free Entry
Press: from 11:00 am to 18:00 pm.
Exhibitors: from 10:00 am.

Entrance fees:

General Public Badge: €10 INC. VAT – 1 DAY.
General Public Badge: €15 INC. VAT – 2 DAYS.
For Groups – starting from 5 persons: €5 INC. VAT – 1 DAY (price for 1 person).
For Groups – starting from 5 persons: €10 INC. VAT – 2 DAYS (price for 1 person).
Professionals Badges – Full Pass Ticket: €15 INC. VAT – 2 DAYS.
Press Badge: FREE.

DISABLED PEOPLE have free access to the event, it will be necessary to present the DNI and the Official Card for people with Disabilities (33% or higher); people with REDUCED MOBILITY will also have a free ticket for a single companion. The companion of the person with REDUCED MOBILITY must be the same during the visit date and must access the event at the same time as the person with disabilities. To obtain these tickets, you must request them exclusively and directly at the box office on the days of the event.

The project holders with no company identification number will not be considered as professionals and are invited to order general public badges.

The badges are sent to you upon order in A4 format by e-mail. You will provided with landyards and badge holders on site.

Lost & Found:

The found items will be available during 2 weeks after the show. To claim some lost object please contact our team:



The “Pabellón de Cristal” is an emblematic building to the exhibitions and fairs sector in Spain. You can also enjoy a spectacular view of the Royal Palace and the “La Almudena” Cathedral. This building has a large exhibition area that is distributed in three different levels which are linked between them by elevators and stairs. This building is connected by a tunnel with another one: the “Madrid Arena” and it is really unique and appropiate to develop fairs.

Why Madrid? We choose Madrid because it is a wonderful city, which has a lot of business oportunities and is really multicultural, with a nice weather, a wonderful location and a lot possibilities for leisure activities. It’s located in the center of Spain and it’s easily accesible by any kind of transport for all the Spanish people. Respecting the exhibition place, we thought the best choice would be to do it in the same place we did in 2018 and 2019, since the “Pabellón de Cristal” is located at the very center of this wonderful town, which is amazing in case you want to visit it and it’s very confortable for the people that lives there and want to come since they can get to the exhibition just in a few minutes. After the success of our second edition, we expect we have more tan 150 exhibitors of different countries, we also expect to have a lot of general public since this year’s Vapexpo had almost 10.000 visitors during the whole weekend with a big assitance of B2B compared to B2C, beating our record again. This way we pretend to reach a lidering position in the organization of international exhibitions dedicated to the vaping industry in Spain and to consolidate our exhibition where it deserves to be after all the hard work developed all these years.



Pabellón de Cristal (Casa de Campo). See official website.
Avenida de Portugal, s/n.
28011, Madrid, España.
(All access points).



How to get there? – (All the information here) – (All means of transport here).

By plane.
Madrid Barajas airport has the following terminals, T1, T2, T3, T4, T4S; around more than 100 companies operate in this terminals.

By road.
Madrid is connected to the main motorways and roads:
– M40 – M50 – R3 – R5.
– A1 (North), A2 (Northeast), A3 (East), A4 (South), A5 (Southwest), A6 (Southeast).


See on google maps, here.

EMT Routes:

Route 31 (This route starts at Plaza Mayor), Route 33 (This route starts at Príncipe Pio), Route 36 (This route starts at Atocha), Route 39 (This route starts at Ópera), Route 65 (This route starts at Plaza Jacinto Benavente); more routes here.

Route 6 (“Alto de Extremadura” Station), Route 10 (“Lago” Station); more routes here.

– RENFE: Madrid station are connected to complete regional, national and international rail network.

Madrid has more than 15,000 taxis.