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Things to do in San Marino
San Marino - explore historic town centre
San Marino has been an independent state since the 13th century, and has been protected by the fortress located on Mount Titano. Many visitors to this small state, enjoy a tour of it. The centre of the town has many historic buildings, all of which make for an interesting visit. The main highlights to see are 14th century convent and the 18th century Titano Theatre.
San Marino - experience the superb views from the Rocca or Guaita
There are three towers that overlook the city of San Marino. The oldest of these is the Rocca or Guaita, commonly known as the First Tower. This was the site of the original settlement in the area and dates back to the 11th century. Its walls, smaller towers, bell tower and garrison cells are still all accessible and in addition to being very interesting also provides superb views over the area.
Introduction of San Marino
The capital city of San Marino is located within one of Europe's smallest states, the Republic of San Marino. Surrounded by northern Italy, much of the food and culture here is derived from the country's neighbour. The city is a popular spot for those travelling around this part of Europe, and many choose to stay in hotels in San Marino. The region is located high on a mountaintop and many of the accommodation boast stunning views from their rooms. The properties lie within the city wall, where you will also find the three huge towers that overlook the country below. There are not as many establishments as you might expect to find in other European capital cities, but there are enough to allow you an informed choice. Most of the properties cater for the higher end of the market, but there are a few cheaper options to be found for those willing to look for them.