Planning is underway for Danube Day 2017. Details will be posted here in the spring. Read on for a summary of activities in 2016.
2016's festivities took place in Bratislava where 700 people enjoyed a day of Danube fun, opened by the Environment Minister, László Sólymos.
Among the events were free boat trips; live rescue demonstrations; traditional and modern music and dance and the chance to explore the river's hidden world through microscopes. Young visitors were enthralled with the mini Danube zoo; puppet theatre; story-telling by a water sprite; face-painting and awesome magic and bubble shows! Water and environmental organisations showcased their work and demonstrated how we can all act to help our rivers.
To see how all the countries celebrated last year, go to Review 2016. You can also revisit 13 years of Slovak Danube Day celebrations via the general Review page.
For the latest news, please contact the national coordinator:
Tomáš Hajdin of the Water Research Institute on +421 2 593 43 406; firstname.lastname@example.org.