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Palazzo Pubblico

Piazza Della Liberta, City of San Marino 47890, San Marino
+378 (0549) 883152
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Piazza Della Liberta, City of San Marino 47890, San Marino
+378 (0549) 883152

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice polace to sit for a bit and view the city and people watch. Easy walk to several places to look out over the country side around this country and into Italy. Very clean inviting place to have some take away food for lunch.

Thank beavertontim
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Been here 2 times and every time I can say only one thing: I suggest trying Congratulations people of San Marino for your pride and city well kept.Full of history, many things to suggest try the Limoncello and kumquat drinks.

Thank martha gloria p
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a beautiful building where governmental matters take place. If you are lucky enough to enter the chamber there is a fantastic fresco on the wall of Saint Marino. For any US travelers there is a letter from Abe Lincoln to the republic of...More

Thank jablyd
Reviewed 10 June 2017

Great place for photos and the backdrop of the mountains. Nice places to sit in the street the runs down the one side. Great place to sit and admire the views and people watch.

Thank Bilal S
Reviewed 13 May 2017

I didn't go inside the palace, but enjoyed admiring it from the outside. It's a big and distinctive building, built into the steep San Marino mountainside and opening onto the city's main square, Piazza Liberta. Well worth a photo stop. It's also a helpful landmark...More

Thank FearfulFlyer2
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

This is the place that is seen in all San Marino pictures. Nice building. In a beautiful square with great views of the valley. Full of tourists

Thank thor2705
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

It looks more like a palace than a public administration. It is small but beautiful. It would take you not more than 15min to visit it.

Thank JLevinson
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

A wonderful place for overviewing the mountains around San Marino, also a great place for enjoying the sunset moment. The wine shop next to the palazzo is nice, we bought two tasty sweet wines, one is pistacchio and one is chocolate berry. Walking just a...More

Thank Phyllis W
Reviewed 23 February 2017

It's not really spectacular, but worth a visit since your other options are a vampire museum and some other weird museums. You can visit the council chamber of San Marino. There are two nice paintings in there. During the season there is the change of...More

1  Thank Edgar V
Reviewed 6 February 2017 via mobile

The square is lovely, but no matter the architecture or the fact that you are standing in the mideaval capital of one of the smallest countries in the world, you could be.standing on a rubbish tip and the cloudline view afforded to you 700metres up,...More

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