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Cannafest Prague


The international trade show of cannabis and medicinal herbs Cannafest is the largest fair of its kind in the world.

Its thirteenth year takes place on November 3-5, 2023, again at PVA Expo Praha Letňany, and as always you can look forward to unique exhibitions by exhibitors from different parts of the world, a wide range of growing equipment, fertilizers, seeds, smoking supplies and vaporizers, cannabis cosmetics, hemp textile or food. There will be again representatives of a number of media dealing with cannabis education, institutions bringing together companies that use cannabis as a natural resource or fight for the legalization and use of cannabis in medicine. And like every year, a professional conference will take place throughout the duration of the fair in the small conference hall of PVA Expo Praha Letňany, which is free for visitors with a valid ticket. As always, a professional kids’ corner will be provided for our youngest visitors.

Before covid in 2019, a total of 294 exhibitors from 27 countries of the world (over 75% of foreign companies) presented themselves on the 20,800 square meter fair area, and a total of 31,228 visitors came, which is the most in the last 11 years! After covid, attendance and the number of exhibitors decreased slightly, but since last year they are increasing again. This year’s unprecedented interest, combined not only with the promise of planned early positive changes in the field of cannabis regulation in our country but also in neighboring Germany and several other countries, indicates, in an ongoing comparison with developments in previous years, that Cannafest 2023 will be a record in terms of the number of exhibitors and occupied exhibition space. We firmly believe that thanks to the attractiveness of the represented companies and the many planned novelties as well as the rich accompanying program, we will also be able to attract the historically largest number of cannabis fans, who regularly come to Cannafest from more than 80 countries around the world.

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