Danube Day 2017 in Serbia

With 20 different venues in 12 towns and cities in Serbia, there's a Danube Day event near you!

Join us in the capital on International Danube Day for the Great Belgrade Regatta. This 4-day international regatta attracts 400 participants from 10 countries for fun both on and besides the Danube. You'll be able to get active with sailing, rafting or rowing; watch the races and exciting rescue demonstrations and learn some vital tips on keeping safe in the water.
Date: Thursday 29th June - Sunday 2nd July 2017.

Art, music, literature, traditions and environmental workshops were on offer at Serbia's national Danube Day at Zemun Quay. View the website of the main organisers, the Republic Directorate for Water, to read more about the event and the special partnership of ministry, local authority, NGO and business organisations responsible for the capital's festivities.
Date: Saturday 10th June 2017; 10:00-13:00.

Belgrade’s Great War Island is the scene for the 10th Save the Danube Student Eco Camp where 25 intrepid students will take-part in a 10-day outdoor adventure. Camping under the stars at night, the eco camp offers the chance to learn about water management, environmental issues and river tourism from experts from Belgrade University, NGOs and government agencies. The students get involved in practical projects, tackling real case studies on the island and competing to win a prize for the best project. The national winner of Serbia's Danube Art Master award will also be announced. Find out how to apply on the Young Researchers of Serbia website.
Dates: Sunday 16th July - Tuesday 25.07.2017.

Further information

For the latest news, please contact:

Milica Milenkovic of the Republic Directorate for Water: +381 11 201 33 56; Mobile: +381 60 0625 515; milica.milenkovic@minpolj.gov.rs.

For news of Serbia's Danube Art Master contest, contact Dušica Trnavac Bogdanovic of the Young Researchers of Serbia on +381 11 311 66 63; mobile: +381 638 737 170; dusica@mis.org.rs.

To see how all the countries celebrated last year, go to Review 2016. You can also revisit 13 years of Serbian Danube Day celebrations via the general Review page.