About EuroPython

EuroPython is a yearly community run conference with the aim to promote the use of the Python programming language. You can find the conference website at

This is our official merchandise shop in Europe.

EuroPython started in 2002 in Charleroi, Belgium, as the first completely community organized major Python conference, and has been touring Europe for 18 years now. We had stops in Gothenburg (Sweden), CERN (Switzerland), Vilnius (Lithuania), Birmingham (UK), Florence (Italy), Berlin (Germany), Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain) Rimini (Italy), Edinburgh (UK), Basel (Switzerland) and now online for 2020.

Over the years, the conference has grown from 240 attendees in 2002 to more than 1200 in the last few years. EuroPython has become a yearly fixture for many Python enthusiasts and professionals.

The conference is run by the EuroPython Society (EPS), a non-profit organization registered in Sweden. Please see for more information about the EPS.