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Not much info here. One woman on duty who was stuck on a lengthy phone call despite her trying to truncate the exchange. She was very friendly when she got to us, but really couldn’t provide us with more information than we had already gleaned....More
If you're considering getting a passport stamp from San Marino, I highly suggest it. I was there on a Saturday morning and there was no line, in and out in under 5 minutes. The employees there speak English well. It's 5 euros for a stamp,...More
Perhaps not everyone is aware, San Marino belongs to the chain of smallest European
independent countries with Andorra, Vatican, Monaco and Lichtenstein. The visa to enter San Marino is not required. Main Tourist Office of SM issues a visa to be stamped into the passport...More
I have to agree with everybody here who quite rightly recommend getting your passport stamped. Such a friendly service and I was provided with a map and information about what I should try to see while I visited.
Public Toilets are to the left of...More
Though San Marino does not require a visa, you can go to the tourism office and get your passport stamped for 5 Euros. The gentleman that helped us also gave us change in San Marino Euro coins! On a side note: the border guard in...More
I stopped by the office to get visa stamp - for 5 euro they’d stamp your passport with San Marino visa stamp (cool). The guy in the office was very friendly and very helpful, gave me some tips on places to visit. Also gave me...More
It all depends where you will stay in San Marino. The bus from Rimini, will bring you close to City center. In case you rent the car, then again you will be near the old City. From there you should walk, and/or take a taxi... More
It all depends where you will stay in San Marino. The bus from Rimini, will bring you close to City center. In case you rent the car, then again you will be near the old City. From there you should walk, and/or take a taxi. San Marino is located in the Hills, so you should be prepared also, for some uphills walks. Final decision you should make in a few hours time, after checking in, into your Hotel. Wish you nice views!
We've stayed in San Marino twice and always at the Ristorante Hotel Cesare, which is a 4 star property. This past July our room had a balcony and the night views were STUNNING. THeir rooms are very nice, the breakfast is... More
We've stayed in San Marino twice and always at the Ristorante Hotel Cesare, which is a 4 star property. This past July our room had a balcony and the night views were STUNNING. THeir rooms are very nice, the breakfast is substantial, and the ristorante is very good. There is a10% discount on dinners in the restaurant if you are staying at the hotel.
As mentioned above, San Marino is a very steep location. One day we walked all three tower and visited the museums contained inside. Another day we drove to Maranello to spend a few hours at the Ferrari Museum, which I really liked.
We never went to the Adriatic, so we do not have any recommendations.
IMHO. San Marino does not deserve the touristy reputation it receives. We enjoyed our time there.