Details of new cross-border and basin-wide events will be posted here in the spring of 2018.
Danube Day events inspire people, communities and countries to work together across borders. They encourage people to look beyond their national boundaries and consider the multitude of peoples living in the Danube Basin. Across the region, governmental, non-governmental and private sector organisations are working together to make the 15th Danube Day the best yet.
The scale of Danube Day 2017 was huge with ambitious basin-wide, cross-border events, as well as national celebrations, regional actions and village festivities. The programme included river fairs and clean-up actions; conferences and awareness raising; aquatic and sporting challenges; leisurely cruises and fun youth events. Many events encouraged riverside communities to share Danube Day with neighbours across borders: getting active for a cleaner, shared Danube!
Read the Review 2017 page to find out about the international events in 2017, or view the national pages for more details. You can also read about the thousands of events and partners involved in previous Danube Days on the Review page or contact your national coordinator for the latest news.