About WordCamp Europe

WordCamp Europe is one of the largest WordPress conferences in the world. It is an annual event that aims to create and strengthen connections between the growing local European WordPress communities.

The event is hosted in a different European city each year and is organized by a group of volunteers from the WordPress community. The event includes two conference days and a separate Contributor day, where people gather to contribute back to the WordPress Open Source Project.

Following five previous editions in Leiden in 2013, Sofia in 2014, Seville in 2015, Vienna in 2016 and Paris in 2017, WordCamp Europe 2018 will take place in Belgrade, Serbia on 14-16 June 2018 at Sava Centar, Milentija Popovića 9, Belgrade.

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WordCamp Europe is organized by a team of WordPress professionals from different countries. The team changes each year depending on location, with a new local team added to the original team of organizers. Here is a full list of the WordCamp Europe 2018 organizers.


Conference Venue

June 15–16

Sava Centar is the largest conference, cultural and business center in Serbia, as well as in the region. Sava Centar will welcome up to 3000 attendees during the two main conference days on June 15 and 16.

WordCamp Europe 2018 Belgrade Serbia conference center

Venue Maps

And here is a map of both venues that will host WordCamp Europe 2018.

WordCamp Europe 2018 Serbia Venue Maps

WordCamp Europe 2018 Serbia Venue Maps

Contributors Day and After Party Venue

(June 14)

Belexpo Centar is conveniently located two kilometers from Sava Centar and will welcome the attendees for a Contributor Day on June 14th and the WordCamp Europe 2018 after party on June 16th.

WordCamp Europe 2018 Belgrade Serbia. Contribution Day at Belexpo Center

Getting to Belgrade

You can easily get to Belgrade by airplanetrainbus and car.  There are direct flights from most major European cities and Belgrade is also connected by direct flights from Asia, Africa (Tunis) and North America (New York).

For those closer, there are frequent trains from other European capitals – Vienna, Budapest, Zagreb and Sofia (to name a few) – so you could combine your journey by traveling to a nearby European capital by airplane, and then continuing to Belgrade by train.

Those who like traveling by road can choose between coming to Belgrade via bus or in their own car.

Read more about your options:


As the capital of Serbia, Belgrade has a wide range of hotels, hostels and also private accommodation (Airbnb) for you to choose from. To help you choose your perfect accommodation they prepared a list of hotelshostels as well as some general information about private accommodation.


When are you publishing the schedule?

WordCamp Europe: We have received a large number of speaker applications this year. With so many applications, the speaker selection process will take the entire month of February. In March we will start contacting speakers, and we will start announcing them at the end of March or beginning of April. So, before April we won’t be able to post a schedule. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter or subscribe to our newsletter (at the bottom of this page) to stay up-to-date with our news.

Can I get an invitation letter?

WordCamp Europe: If you want a letter of invitation in order to support a Visa application then we are happy to supply you with one. Please complete the form on this page and allow up to 5 working days for us to process it. Make sure you enter all the necessary information before contacting us, as without that we cannot help you.

See more Frequently Asked Questions here>>


General admission tickets for the 6th annual WordCamp Europe, to be held June 15-16, 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia, include entry to the 2-day event, lunch, coffee and snacks for both days, the yearly collectible event t-shirt, access to the After Party, and entrance to Contributor Day (to be held Thursday, June 14, requires a separate sign up – coming soon!), and much more. Get yours now!

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Source: The official website of WordCamp Europe 2018

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