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Ride the Danube with International Geek-Together

International Geek-Together, the non-profit initiative of IseeQ, is about to kick off a special event edition called “Ride the Danube” on the 31 July. This event is basically a nice boat ride on the Danube river in Budapest, starting at 6:30pm and officially ends at midnight.

If you happen to be in Hungary at that time, make sure to join the international geek community of Budapest for this boat ride – no keynotes, no roll-ups, only inspiring people, cold beer and new friends!

Kalle Kaivola (SVP Product and Publishing at Rovio) will be there too, as a special guest from Finland. At “Ride the Danube” he will talk about his experience of the role that passion plays in game development.

Peter Kovacs and the team behind International Geek-Together are expecting to have 200 participants representing the international geek community of Budapest (from 30+ countries) and some more guests from Portugal, Norway, Holland, Austria and so on.

Participants will be asked for a very low entrance fee, just to make sure that they will show up once registered. Registration is now officially open for the geekest international boat party of the summer in Budapest! Read more and buy your ticket here (Update – April 2023: The startup seems to be no longer in business under this website, and we therefore deactivated the original link).

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).


  1. You can discover the beauties of Budapest, and its hidden gems on foot, or even on Segway (which is kind of geek, isn’t it? Until Marty McFly hoverboards reach the shops), scooter, Trabant, etc. Tours are available, you just have to ask. Geeks with kids (or who feel kids) – cut it short, head to Millenaris Park, a children’s heaven with the Palace of Wonders, an interactive tech playhouse, and check out Planetarium to observe stars from Budapest.

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