A bicycle tour from the European Square to Lake Bundek on Saturday was marked in 1 in Zagreb. European Sports Week.

"Croatia is not active enough, I call on all of you to go out with Bundeka today with regular activity. We welcome the initiative of the European Commission and we hope this will become a traditional event, "said Minister of Science, Education and Sports Vedran Mornar.Vedran Mornar and Milan Bandic

The bicycle column to Bundek was headed by Milan Mayor Milan Bandić and Assistant Minister for Sport Tomislav Paškvalin who, by personal example, showed that physical activity should be an integral part of everyday life. They invited the citizens to join the numerous sports activities that will be held in seven thematic units at Lake Bundek, where numerous cyclists, children's races, Dharma Yoga, Fokus point Pilates Training, Zumba, Savate, Nambudo, Aikido, Capoeira, Judo and Wrestling.

The European Sports Week is intended for people of all ages, regardless of physical preparation. The most important goal of this European project, which for the first time covers all EU countries, is to change black statistics that say that the vast majority of people are not physically active enough.

The European Day of Sports, a full-day national event of the European Sport Week, provides a great opportunity for citizens to get to know each other and to choose the best for themselves and their knowledge of teaching in everyday life. All Bundeku features are free and last up to a 22 hour.