All motorways and most of the highways require charged vignettes. You can buy the vignettes with different conditions (10 days for 14€) at a lot of gas stations near the border. Note that cars and motorbikes must drive with lights on, even during the day. The venue is reachable via the A17/D8, where you can also park directly on Park-and-Ride Letnany. Parking costs 20 crowns (80 cents) per day.
The Václav Havel Prag airport is located on the northwestern suburban of Prague and has plenty of available flights. It is about 17 km from the city center. Every 30 minutes, a shuttle bus leaves from the airport to Prague Central Station. Bus lines 119 and 100 can also be used to connect to the metro. At night, the bus 910 drives every 30 minutes towards the city center.
The venue is in the northeast of Prague. You can use the metro to get there. The metro line C stops near the venue at Letnany. From there, it’s be a 10-minute walk – you can see the venue from the stop, albeit in the distance. You can also use buses. The bus lines 110, 136, 140, 158, 166, 195, 209, 911 and 953 stop at Vystaviste Letnany. From there, head in the direction Expo Praha – you can’t miss it.