PyCon X

Florence

2nd - 5th May 2019

Partner Program released!

Ladies and gentlemen, now you can join our Non-Python Partner Program!

We've prepared a specific page dedicated to the program with guided tours and visits to museums at cheap rates!

The Program is open to everybody, whether you have bought a ticket to the conference, or not. Conference delegates can of course buy tickets for the partner program for their partner/family/friends, and join themselves if they want to escape from the conference to sightsee Florence and the Tuscany countryside.

The Program

You will find two different kind of events in the program: outdoor and city

Outdoor events include a nice bike tour in Florence, and will teach you wonderful things about Tuscany food and wines, leading you from a guided tasting of wines to an entire day in the Chianti-shire.

City events are dedicated to Florence as "art city", taking you to visit the Uffizi, the Duomo, Michelangelo's works, the districts of Santa Maria Novella and the craftsmen in Florence.

The program will be active from Saturday 18th, specifically so that delegates that want to attend the conference might consider booking the flight so to arrive in Florence the weekend before, and join at least a couple of tours before the conference begins.

Booking Info

All tours are organized by a tour operator; the Python Italia association does not have any margin on the tickets, and is just organizing and coordinating the program to improve your staying in Florence.

We need a booking advance of 30€ per person, that you can pay directly within our website; the balance will be due directly to the tour operator at the conference desk, before the tour begins.

After you have bought one or more tickets, you will be able to fill in the name of the exact person that will be attending the tour. Don't forget to do it!

We really hope that you will enjoy the program and your staying in Florence!

Shameless plug

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— Francesco, 15 April 2011

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