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Travelling to San Marino, San Marino

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San Marino, locally known as Città, is the capital city of the Republic of San Marino, Southern Europe. The city has a population of 4,044. It is on the western slopes of San Marino's highest point, Monte Titano.

San Marino Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Most tickets can be purchased on site, you can ask for your free of charge TuttoSanMarino Card at your hotel. Some attractions have their ticket office on site, you should buy your tickets there before going in. You should check online if the place you're going to sells tickets online to skip the line.

How To Get Around?

There's no internal rail system and local bus services are limited. Once you're inside the walled city, it's small enough to simply walk around. There are only a few streets on which cars are able to drive (and only if they are small cars). Cars are banned in the historic center of the capital.

What Should I Wear?

There is no dress code in San Marino. You can dress however you like but make sure you dress comfortably. Leave your high heels at home, you will walk most of the time here so wear your comfortable shoes.

San Marino Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

San Marino has a Mediterranean climate with warm summers moderated by sea breezes. However, in summer the streets are clogged with visitors, especially on the weekends. In winter, the republic's high altitude (it is built on the Apennine range) ensures it sees a sprinkling of snow.



Will I Need a Guide?

No, the city is small and is easy to get around. You can also find everything you need on this website.

How To Get There?

A bus runs from Rimini to San Marino daily at regular intervals, with stops along the way in Dogana, Serravalle, Domagnano, and Borgo Maggiore. If you drive, you should have no problems driving into San Marino. Border controls do not exist. San Marino has neither railway stations nor airport. The nearest major railway station and airport are at Rimini.

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