The largest collector Home fair in Central
and Eastern Europe

September 6 to 7, 2024, Fairground PVA EXPO PRAHA

Opening hours: Fri 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. | Sat 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
For specialist buyers already on Thursday 5th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and on Friday 6th from 9 a.m.

How to get there

PVA Expo Praha  – Letňany Exhibition Center

Street: Beranovych 667
City: Praha, 199 00 Letnany

Loc: 50°7’46.54″N,14°30’51.48″E

I will use public transport

The most comfortable way to get to the exhibition center is to use Line C of the subway and to get out in the Letňany Station. From there, it is just a five-minute walk to the exhibition center, which can actually be seen from the station. For example, a trip from the Main Railway Station takes some 20 minutes.

I will drive a car

The exhibition site is connected to a feeder road of D8 Motorway from Teplice, Dresden and Berlin. The feeder road is a part of Prague´s ring road. The data to be entered you’re your GPS: Beranových 667, or GPS coordinates 50°7’46.54″N,14°30’51.48″E.

There are 700 parking places directly on the site, plus some 3,800 others close to the exhibition center.

From Vaclav Havel Airport

From Terminal take a bus No. 119 and go to “Nadrazi Veleslavin” underground station (Green line A). By underground go by Green line A to “Muzeum” station. Here change Green line A for Red line C and go to “Letnany” station. Then walk 5 min. to the fairground. The whole journey takes aprox. over one hour.

Want to plan your journey through Prague? Use website of Prague Transport Company (in English).

For “Fairground”  write down word “Vystaviste Letnany” for “Airport” Letiste”.

When you take a TAXI the journey will take aprox. 40 min. and you should pay around.  600 CZK (23 EUR). We recommend call  TAXI service “Modrý anděl” (Blue Angel), phone 00 420 737 222 333 (they speak English).

The neighbouring Letňany Airfield has a status of an international airport for small aircraft. Please visit the website to learn more about aircraft landing and parking opportunities there. On Saturday, which is traditionally the last day of the fair, there will be the Letňany Airfield Air Show, a regular free-admission event where visitors can see various historical airplanes in action.