Get active for a safer Danube!
Danube Day 2019 was a celebration of safer rivers following 25 years of groundbreaking international cooperation in the region. Festivals along the banks of the Danube and throughout major cities, including various fun activities and educational events paid tribute to the river, its peoples, and the progress made in three decades of action.
Events took place in Germany, the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine. Such events strengthen our "Danube solidarity": in spite of different cultures and histories, we have a shared desire and responsibility to protect our precious resource.
Read the ICPDR Danube Day press release to find out about the unique 14-country partnership that's active for a healthier Danube. How people use, enjoy and cooperate over their rivers is directly affected by the events of Danube Day.
There's a Danube Day celebration near you
Festivities take place throughout June and into July. Check the events pages in spring 2020 to find out what's happening in your country and internationally. In the meantime, you can read about the 2019 celebrations on the 2019 Review and country pages or see a list of the events that took place across the Basin. Plus, if you can't wait to get active for the Danube rivers, you can try out the Danube Adventure Game now!