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San Marino is an independent country and capital city, 12 miles (20 kilometers) from Italy’s Adriatic Sea coastline. Only 24 square miles (61 square kilometers) in area, it is filled with age-old architecture, excellent food and shopping delights. Visit San Marino to experience a separate country from surrounding Italy.
Monte Titano is the site for the town center of San Marino that has existed since A.D. 301. UNESCO recognizes this area for its many preserved towers and other architecture. Walk the path of medieval stone walls connecting the Three Fortresses that protected the settlement during the early days of Italy’s feuding city-states.
Inside the walls is a car-free area of narrow streets and monuments. Browse through myriad shops for unique items including hand-painted ceramics and collectible stamps and coins.
Note many houses of worship. St. Francis Church and Museum, built in 1376, features beautiful frescoes and paintings. Step inside the Basilica of Saint Marinus to view seven altars decorated with paintings and precious stones. St. Peter Oratory holds remains of St. Marinus and St. Leo in beds carved into rock.
The city’s museums reflect its sometimes-violent past. Visit the State Museum in Palazzo Pergami to learn about local history and the Waxworks Museum with 100 historical characters. See scores of pain-inflicting instruments in the Torture Museum. The Museum of Ancient Weapons is in Cesta Tower, or the Second Tower, of the three fortresses. The Curiosity Museum gathers a collection of oddities for amusement and education.
Beyond San Marino’s city walls is countryside with rolling hills and outstanding views. Rent a bicycle or camper, trek on hiking trails or do some rock climbing. Play bingo or go bowling.
Enjoy San Marino’s gastronomy. Farmers provide olives, honey, fresh meat and dairy products. Try brugneto, tessano, biancale and roncale wines. Eat fresh pasta and finish your meal with a Titano cake with moscato wine.
Reach San Marino by flying to Rimini’s Federico Fellini International Airport or traveling by car, train or bus across Italy.
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A: If you want an outing you'll remember for a while, head to Stadio Olimpico in Serravalle. It's one of the top attractions in this city.
While on your break in Borgo Maggiore, Castello della Cesta is one local sight that's a real people-pleaser. Head there to discover why.
We highly recommend exploring Cava dei Balestrieri if San Marino is the main focus of your stay in San Marino.
The location was great. Close to the parking lot which made it ease to load and unload things. Walking distance to all you need to see in San Marino. The only issue was the bed was hard and the showers was tiny.
I had a nice two-night stay at the hotel. It was clean and well maintained; seemed to have been refurbished not long ago. Staff were efficient. 20-25 minute walk to the main town in San Marino so not a big issue if you don’t have a car.
More a holiday village than a hotel. A stay can be comfortable indeed. Helpful staff informed on use of public transport, on which Google Map did not supply any information. Signage for car and pedestrian in the camp site can be improved. Roads within the premises are quite worn. Restaurant out of ...
Very friendly front desk. I skipped breakfast due to time constraints but not before they made me americano decaf to go - even this simple cup was delicious. Rooms are a bit old faction and need refreshment
The hotel rooms have lovely views. The hotel is well kept. There are several deck areas to enjoy the views. The breakfast is very nice with fruit, cheese, meat, breads, coffee and juice. Most of all the hotel staff are cheerful, helpful, and very kind people. They go out of their way to explain things ...