San Marino: Attractions and more...
San Marino, with its long and windy streets and mysterious by lanes, makes for the perfect relaxing holiday destination Hitch a ride on the 1.5 km cable car to the business hub of Borgo Magorrie, or try the lemon liquor in a roadside bar if you’re thirsty. Most streets in the capital are off-limits for cars and can be explored at leisure in a day’s time.
The city is famous worldwide for its pride, the Three Towers of San Marino. Located on three peaks of the country’s highest mountain Monte Titano (located to the east), the three towers offer a spectacular view of the whole city and beyond. The first tower used to contain a prison, and the second tower houses a museum. The third tower is not open to the public.
Some other quaint tourist spots include the Palazzo dei Capitani with its bell tower, the Palazzo Pubblico (town hall and official government seat) and the quaint Monastery of Santa Clara.
What to see in detail
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|Rimini - 10.7 mi|
The 2000 year old Tiberius’ bridge, which was built to connect the city to the important trade routes in the region, still stands. Though, the cathedral, Tempio Malatestiano,...
|Riccione - 10.8 mi|
Riccione does boast of a few structures of historical importance. The Mussolini Villa is the structure which garners the most interest in the town. It used to serve as a...