FAQ

Here, you can find answers to most frequently asked questions. We'll do our best to keep this section informative and up-to-date.

Tickets

What is the difference between "corporate" and "individual" tickets?

Corporate tickets are meant for companies buying tickets for their employees and writing it off as a business expense for example.

This allows us to keep the prices relatively low for people who pay out of pocket for their tickets.

There is no other difference between the two tickets other than the price.

Do I need to print out my ticket?

No, you can simply bring a proof of identity at registration and we'll work things out.

If you'd prefer to bring a ticket printout, that'l work just as well of course :)

Can I cancel my ticket?

You can cancel your ticket free of charge up to two weeks before the start of the conference.

Contact us by email (2016@djangocon.eu) with your ticket number and we'll reimburse you, no questions asked.

Can you sell me a ticket without VAT?

Short answer: no.

Long answer: Hungarian tax law considers the tickets we sell to be "consumed" within the territory of Hungary and we must therefore charge VAT on the sale.

Venue

Can I bring my dog to the conference?

Yes, both the conference and the sprints venues are dog friendly.

Hotels

Can you recommend a hotel to stay at?

We do not have any special deals with hotels to offer.

We recommend using booking.com, hotels.com or airbnb.com and use the map search to find accommodations near the venue or near a public transport hub that takes you to the venue (Metro 3 or 4, Tram 2, 4 or 6, ...).

Travel

How can I get to Budapest?

Budapest is well connected to both western and eastern Europe. Trains, planes, buses or even boats can be an option (though the last one will probably take you a while).

Use sites like rome2rio.com, kayak.com, or https://www.google.com/flights/ to plan your flight route.

For trains, http://www.bahn.de/p_en/view/index.shtml should give you all the timetables but online purchase might not be possible. Wikitravel (http://wikitravel.org/en/Budapest#By_train) is also a good source of information.