Via Sanctis Martini
San Martino, a symbol of sharing, is one of the most popular saints in Central Europe with thousands of monuments dedicated to him, but also with an intangible cultural heritage that allows it to keep its memory alive. He is also dedicated to one of the European Cultural Wheels, the Via Sanctis Martini that connects Samaria (now Szombathely, the leading city of the project) in Hungary, his hometown, with Tours (in France) of which he was bishop.
All the cities participating in the project are located along this path and are motivated to revive, updating this cultural heritage and to promote the common values of solidarity and hospitality linked to San Martino. Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia and Italy will cooperate in the project.