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The Republic of San Marino is one of the most serene destinations that you can visit in the world today.

It’s a microstate that is completely surrounded by Italy, with just over 61 square kilometers to explore. It is also believed that San Marino has the oldest written governing documents that are still in effect.

What makes this microstate such a unique place to visit? For starters, it is the only country in the world that has more vehicles than people. Then you have the castles, public squares, and ancient religious sites that are always talked about when visiting almost any European destination. Yet there is a distinct personality about San Marino that sets it apart, with the historic city center a pedestrian zone that features food venues and gift shops.

You’ll find small medieval alleyways throughout this microstate, scenic terraces that will make you want to linger, and of course there are the 3 Towers of San Marino to visit. There are also several museums that are worth a tour, including the Museo San Francesco.

If you love a good clifftop castle, then San Marino is going to be a land of enchantment for you. There are gorgeous red rooftop views that you can find at virtually any high point. And, as the last survivor of the old city-state network that once dominated Italy, there is a certain level of pride and mystique that you’ll find along each street as well.

San Marino may have a reputation for providing the perfect holiday, but it offers much more. Come to explore and you’ll see why there is so much to do in such a small microstate.

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San Marino City, capital of San Marino

The City of San Marino serves as the capital of one of the world’s smallest microstates. Surrounded by Italy on the Italian Peninsula, it is named after a stonemason from the Roman colony on Rab. That puts the date of its founding around 300 A.D., making it one of the oldest extant sovereign states and constitutional republics. One of the joys of San Marino City is the fact that walking the narrow streets can be a lovely experience all on its...

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How is the weather in San Marino ?

San Marino
light rain
13.5 ° C
15.6 °
10.6 °
77 %
1.5kmh
90 %
søn
18 °
man
19 °
tir
19 °
ons
21 °
tor
20 °

When is public holidays in San Marino ?

Below you can see a list of the public holidays / no working days.

DateEnglish
1 JanuaryNew Year's Day
6 JanuaryEpiphany
5 FebruaryFeast of Saint Agatha
VariableEaster Sunday
VariableEaster Monday
25 MarchAnniversary of the Arengo
1 MayLabour Day
VariableCorpus Christi
28 JulyLiberation from Fascism
15 AugustAssumption
3 SeptemberThe Feast of San Marino and the Republic
1 NovemberAll Saints' Day
2 NovemberCommemoration
8 DecemberImmaculate Conception
24 DecemberChristmas Eve
25 DecemberChristmas
26 DecemberSaint Stephen's Day
31 DecemberNew Year's Eve
San Marino

What is the largest city in San Marino ?

Below you can see a sortable list of the largest cities in the country

NummerNavnIndbyggereLand
1Serravalle9.258San Marino
2Borgo Maggiore6.424San Marino
3San Marino4.500San Marino
4Domagnano3.161San Marino
5Fiorentino2.510San Marino
6Acquaviva1.530San Marino
7Faetano1.177San Marino
8Falciano1.000San Marino
9Chiesanuova951San Marino
10Montegiardino910San Marino

What is the capital of San Marino

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San Marino City, capital of San Marino

The City of San Marino serves as the capital of one of the world’s smallest microstates. Surrounded by Italy on the Italian Peninsula, it is named after a stonemason from the Roman colony on Rab. That puts the date of its founding around 300 A.D., making it one of the oldest extant sovereign states and constitutional republics. One of the joys of San Marino City is the fact that walking the narrow streets can be a lovely experience all on its...