See the world’s oldest republic from the top of Mount Titano with breathtaking views of rolling hills of the Upper Marecchia Valley, the mighty fortress of San Leo and Mount Carpegna, and the Adriatic coast. Some say, on clear days you can make out the coast of Croatia.
Visit the Basilica of San Marino, the Church of San Pietro, the Church of San Francesco, the Church of the Cappuccini, the Public Palace and the State Museum. Walk through the narrow streets of the old city center and see the Old World charm of San Marino—medieval houses, small hanging gardens and balconies full of flowers.
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Relax and replenish in San Marino, where leisurely walks, gelato, and art are a way of life.
A small country with a big choice of attractions.
Read about ‘The Walk of the Titano’ and learn more about San Marino through an interesting conversation between our influencer Legianti and local ambassador Sara Forcellini.
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