On this page, you will find all relevant information for traveling to Paris, how to reach us, where to stay and we’ll try to answer any question you might have. In the meantime, make sure to follow us on social networks Twitter (@wceurope) and Facebook, and ask us anything that crossed your mind.
Your WordCamp Europe ticket covers both days of the conference – June 16, 17th and Contributor Day on Thursday, June 15th. It grants you access to all sessions, lunch, coffee breaks, and the after party. It includes an exclusive #WCEU 2017 t-shirt, stickers and other great swag.
WordCamp Europe 2017 will be held in Paris, France. The whole event, two Conference days (16th and 17th June 2017) and Contributor day (15th June 2017) will be held at Les Docks de Paris, 87 avenue des Magasins Généraux, 93300 Aubervilliers, France. Metro Front Populaire (12 line). The venue is incredibly flexible, and well, there’s no real need to introduce Paris…
Join us on the outskirts of Paris in the Bois de Boulogne park, where in the the magnificent venue of Pavillon d’Armenonville WordCamp Europe afterparty will take place.
Everything you need to know about the transportation in Paris, including all major airports and train stations, public transport system (including both métro and RER), vehicle sharing (cars and bikes), as well as some recommended mobile apps.
We’re happy to announce that the alliance network SkyTeam Global Meetings is our travel partner for WordCamp Europe 2017 and, as such, has special offers for WordCamp Europe attendees. This partnership allows attendees to take advantage of exclusive discounts of up to 15% in both Business and Economy.
The city of Paris being one of the most visited in the world, you’ll find a high number of hotels. We’ve selected these hotels for you, some are very close to the venue, and others are located near touristic attractions but all with easy access to the venue by tram, bus or metro.
Long gone are the days when you only needed a travel book and a map: now that we’re digital natives, travellers use their phones for everything — and therefore good connection is needed at all time, if only to find your way around, to learn what sightseeing you shouldn’t miss around you, or to find that perfect shopping area. We prepared a detailed page about how to get mobile coverage in France.
Accessibility and inclusivity are priorities in the WordPress community. We want WordCamp Europe to be an event where attendees feels welcome, comfortable, and included.
As we did at the last WordCamp Europe (2016, in Vienna), we will provide childcare during the two days of the conference (June 16-17). Please, fill out the form here to let us know you will be using Childcare services.
You plan to work before and after WordCamp Europe? We have you covered. Paris, as any other city, have numerous coworking spaces where you can rent un chouette coin (a sweet spot). We have selected 6 coworking spaces for you and dealt discounted prices for WordCamp Europe attendees. You can show up in any of them, show your WCEU ticket and get a 20% discount.
Have a question? Looking for an answer? Start with our FAQ section, and if there’s no answer there – drop us a line. If you need a VISA invitation letter, go to our WCEU VISA Application Form and if you need an invoice go to our Request an Invoice form.
Interested in learning about people who organize WordCamp Europe 2017? You’ll see some familiar faces but also a lot of new ones.
If you need to get in touch you can use our contact page. Please note that this is a general contact form. If you need a VISA invitation letter, go to our WCEU VISA Application Form and if you need an invoice go to our Request an Invoice form.
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