Welcome to Cardiff
Cardiff is Wales’s capital city. Wales is a small country, and Cardiff is appropriately compact, relaxed and friendly. Getting here is easy, and it’s easy to get around once you’re here. DjangoCon will be similarly welcoming - to everyone.
Organise yourselves with our wiki
Make your trip easier and more fun by planning some things in advance - if you’d like to find a travelling companion or room-mate, have a look at our wiki .
Cardiff’s easy to reach, with connections by road, rail, sea and air. Here’s how to get to Cardiff.
The venues we’ll be using are all within 15 minutes’ walking distance from the city centre. While you’re here, you won’t need to worry about finding public transport to get around.
What you need to know
Basic practical information for your stay here. We’ll be publishing further information on where to stay and other things you might want to do or see while you’re here.
We want this to be the most diverse and inclusive DjangoCon ever, and to set standards for years to come. Our measures to improve diversity include financial assistance and discounted tickets, and early registration for members of conference-attending minorities.
High standards of accessibility are a priority for this DjangoCon. Our accessibility statement describes arrangement for wheelchair access, provision for people with hearing impairments and more.
It’s a start for a DjangoCon to pay close attention to the well-being of its attendees and the community it serves, but on its own it’s not enough. We are also committed to wider obligations of social responsibility.