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What am I paying for?


The conference takes place at the Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies (Slovak University of Technology)

Venue is in new building and have well equipped and pleasant auditoriums and lobbies. The first PyCon SK was one of the first conferences in this auditorium!

Speakers and Lecturers

Our speakers are the best. And they do it for free! However, we have to pay for their conference ticket and sometimes we cover the travel budget.

Expenses for flight tickets and hotel in Bratislava are a big part of our budget. We also cover all the costs of recording and releasing all of the talks.

Community & Inclusion

PyCon is a special type of conference - it is organised by the community for the community

By attending, you have a chance to meet like minded people and hear a lot of interesting stories. However, for those who cannot afford to attend because of financial reasons we have opened a financial aid scheme and give free tickets.


Afraid of falling asleep during a talk? Don't worry, we have your back with our all-you-can-drink coffee, tea and water.

We will have two professional baristas serving fresh coffee and tea all day long. Water fountains will be available on multiple spots in the lobby.


During all three days, a variety of warm food will be served for lunch

Meat and vegetarian alternatives will be available.

We also try to be as eco friendly as possible, and so we serve food on ceramic plates, eat with metal cutlery and drink water from reusable plastic bottles.

Real Conference Ticket Price

The real price of one conference ticket would be much higher had it not been for our sponsors and partners, thanks to whom we can afford to sell cheaper tickets.

Without sponsors and partners all tickets would cost over 90€ (including student and teacher tickets) and this price still does not include the enormous amount of volunteer work, which is done by the Python commnity before and during each PyCon.