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Welcome to the Sultan's Trail expedition! 


Follow the Footsteps of the Sultan! This is our slogan and 2015 will be the year in which we fulfill this slogan. 
We will walk the long trail of about 2200 kilometers with the creator of Sultan's Trail and in the meanwhile you will also create part of the trail.  

Come and join us and enjoy walking and friendship on the Sultan's Trail. We start walking on april 3, 2015 in Dombovar, Hungary and arrive in Istanbul on June 12, 2015 

You may join any part of the trail for 1 week, 2 weeks or more! Every country has its own unique history, landscape and culture. Come and explore it with us! See 'Expedition 2015 for more info!

Sultan’s Trail is a route of walking and cultural tourism which follows the footsteps of Sultan Süleyman, the magnificent through Eastern Europe and the Balkan to Turkey. The story of Sultan Süleyman’s journey, which has been kept alive for some five hundred years in the landscape and memory of this region, records the origin of a tradition shared by millions of people in the world today.

By retracing this journey, it provides a place of meeting and connection for people of all faiths and cultures, inviting us to remember our common origins, to respect our cultural differences, and to recognize our shared heritage. The Sultan’s Trail also serves as a catalyst for sustainable tourism and economic development; a platform for the energy and idealism of young people; and a focus for positive media highlighting the rich culture and hospitable people of the Eastern Europe and Balkan.

Thanks to the generous welcome which has been extended by host communities along the way, the walking sections of the Sultan’s Trail are now open to travelers. E.g. Austria, Slovakia, parts of Hungary, parts of Croatia and Turkey.

As the path unfolds, we invite you to join us in this historic endeavor...

For more information about the Sultan's Trail visit the www.sultanstrail.com or read information on Wikipedia