THE ROAD OF DISCOVERY IN SAINT MARTIN’S FOOTSTEPS

Participants in the program are invited to discover and visit the sites and attractions associated with St. Martin. Anyone who earns 10 points as described below will receive a badge and a certificate.

Conditions:

Visit the sites related to St. Martin. These include: Churches (including church ruins and church sites) dedicated to St. Martin, imagery of St. Martin, St. Martin's name, etc. 
The signposts and maps of Saint Martin's Road are not considered to be independent places.

1 location - 1 point. Up to 3 locations can be considered within 1 settlement.

You can also earn points by traversing sections of Saint Martin's Road dedicated to pilgrims and hikers.

10 km section - 1 point

Both foreign and Hungarian locations can be visited, but at least 3 points must be collected in Hungary.

It is up to everyone to decide which locations to visit and which sections to go to. The emphasis is on self-discovery.

Visiting the locations (making a road trip) can be proven as follows:

- by stamping (imprint of the stamp bearing the name of the town), by photograph or by any other means proving that the performer has been present at the location.

Everyone can produce their own certificate or certificate notebook.

Completed vouchers

- Can also be sent by mail to:

 The Hungarian Council of St. Martin's European Cultural Route, 9700 Szombathely, Ősz u. 4

The badge and the diploma will be sent to the participants by post. (Subject to prior arrangement, personal pick-up is also possible.)

Participation in the program is free. 
Further information is available at  info@viasanctimartini.eu.
 

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