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San Marino - Private Walking Tour
344 USD
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Immerse yourself in the rich history and stunning architecture of San Marino, a tiny republic nestled in the Apennine Mountains. As you wander through its charming streets, you'll catch sight of the three iconic towers that have become synonymous with this microstate. Take a moment to admire the majestic Government Palace, the epicenter of San Marino's governance, and delve into the spiritual heart of the country at the ancient Basilica di San Marino, one of the oldest and most revered churches in the land.
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As you wander through the charming streets of San Marino, make your way to the bustling heart of the city, Piazza della Libertà. This vibrant square is home to the iconic Statua della Libertà, a symbol of freedom and democracy. Take a moment to appreciate the grandeur of the neo-Gothic Palazzo Pubblico, the seat of the government, which offers guided tours at select times of the day. Your journey continues to the medieval Guaita Tower, a fortress built in the 11th century that has served as a prison, military outpost, and refuge throughout its rich history. Ascend to the top for a breathtaking panorama of the rolling countryside. Next, visit the magnificent Basilica di San Marino, the largest and most impressive church in the city. This stunning example of neoclassical architecture dates back to the early 19th century and boasts a beautiful nave flanked by two ornate aisles, each adorned with intricate altars. Afterward, board the convenient cable car that whisks you up to the summit of Monte Titano, offering breathtaking vistas of the Adriatic coastline, terracotta rooftops, and lush green landscapes along the way. Finally, delve into the country's rich cultural heritage at the Museo di Stato, nestled in the historic heart of San Marino. This acclaimed museum showcases a treasure trove of artwork and artifacts that tell the fascinating story of San Marino's history and culture.