Several really good reasons to visit and book a hotel in the City of San Marino
San Marino is one of the smallest and oldest republics in the world and its history is the fascinating history of the City of San Marino itself. Entirely surrounded by Italy, this jewel is a perfect get-away for the fans of romantic trips or fabulous city excursions. The capital city of San Marino is easy to explore with its 7 sq. km in size and compact structure. The rich history in this small size and the beauty of Monte Titano (a UNESCO site) make San Marino a highly recommended destination on the Europe map.
The city of San Marino is easily reached by bus, train or car from many popular Italian cities, like Bologna and Florence. The beautiful and warm Adriatic Sea is only 10 km from the city, while Rome is around 230 km away. You will be amazed by how green and tranquil the Republic of San Marino in, and how the capital city is the perfect place to observe the picturesque municipalities scattered like pearls around Mount Titano. The top of the mount can give you a glimpse of the Adriatic beaches. Some people say that San Marino resembles the magic of Tuscany – the nature, architecture, winding roads and delicious food.
Despite its size, the City of San Marino boasts several excellent museums - the State Museum, the Museum of Ancient Arms, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the peculiar Museum of Curious Objects, etc. San Marino even has its Wax Museum with historical characters and notable people from the past of the Republic. Unarguably, the set of three fortresses on the top of Mount Titano are the most popular tourist sites in San Marino. Rocca Guaita and Torre Cesta are simply stunning and the walk to them is one of the greatest experiences in San Marino. Piazza della Liberta is one of the busiest places in the city – full with restaurants, cafes, shops and statues. You can also observe the changing of the guard ceremony. The capital city is the most visited municipality but tourists can easily transfer to other splendid towns and villages and further explore the beauty and culture of San Marino. The city of Borgo Maggiore is home to the renowned San Marino Jazz Festival and the Adriatic Music Festival. Don’t miss to enjoy the unique Medieval Days festival when the streets of San Marino turn centuries back in time – from the people’s costumes to food and tournaments.
Hotels in the capital of San Marino are not many but offer a true taste and hospitality. There are both big, luxury hotels, as well as family accommodations in romantic, narrow buildings on the narrow streets of San Marino. There is also a ban for cars on some streets, however. The prices of rooms and apartments in San Marino are reasonable. There are no hostels or a variety of private rooms but hotels in San Marino are flexible and just check for offers. The accommodations closer to the fortresses are recommended due to the stunning views from the rooms’ windows.
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