31 days in San Marino Itinerary

31 days in San Marino Itinerary

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City of San Marino

The capital of one of the world's smallest and oldest republics, the hillside city of San Marino boasts a World Heritage-listed old town that's known for its winding cobblestone streets and sweeping views of the surrounding countryside.
City of San Marino is known for historic sites, museums, and nature. Your plan includes some of its best attractions: step into the grandiose world of Guaita, steep yourself in history at Piazza della Liberta, take in the awesome beauty at Mount Titan, and make a trip to Cava dei Balestrieri.

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Nassau, Bahamas to City of San Marino is an approximately 120-hour travel. You'll lose 6 hours traveling from Nassau to City of San Marino due to the time zone difference. Traveling from Nassau in July, expect City of San Marino to be slightly colder, temps between 34°C and 23°C. You will leave for home on the 26th (Sun).

Things to do in City of San Marino

Museums · Historic Sites · Shopping · Theme Parks

Side Trips

San Marino travel guide

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Historic Sites · Specialty Museums · Castles
San Marino is a country characterized by its architecture--namely, the three towers that adorn the country's flag and coat of arms. As a result, most of the tourist attractions here center around the structures protruding from the hill of the country. The third-smallest nation in Europe, it is surprising that San Marino managed to gain independence from robust Italy. This status has created great pride among the Sanmarinese, although Italian culture is still quite influential as the country is completely surrounded by Italy. And while its size has obvious disadvantages, the advantages for tourism strongly outweigh them. Visitors don't need to travel to get a sense of the country (there isn't far to go!), and this generates an intimacy and friendliness among locals that is lost in most larger countries.