San Marino - Private Walking Tour
You will have the chance to see three towers which are the iconic symbols of San Marino. Discover the Government Palace and the Basilica di San Marino, one of the oldest churches in the country.
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Take a stroll to Piazza della Libertà, which is the main square of the city, and admire the Statua della Libertà, also known as the Statue of Liberty. You will then walk by the Palazzo Pubblico (the Town Hall) which is built in neo-Gothic architectural style. The Palazzo Pubblico is a must-visit. This 19th-century building houses the government of San Marino and is open to visitors during certain times of the day.
You will visit the Guaita Tower (Guaita Fortress). It was built in the 11th century and was the first fortification to be constructed on the mountain. The tower has been used for different purposes throughout its history, serving as a prison, a military lookout, and a place of refuge during times of conflict. You can climb up to the top of the tower and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
Next, you will be visiting the Basilica di San Marino, the largest church in the city. Constructed in neoclassical style, it dates back to the early 19th century. It was built on top of the remains of a fourth-century Romanesque church that was devoted to St. Marino. The conventional basilica design has a lengthy nave accompanied by two side aisles, each adorned with altars.
You will then head towards the cable car station, which will take you up to the top of Monte Titano. The view from the cable car is stunning, and it only takes a few minutes to get to the top. You will enjoy views of the Adriatic coastline, tiled rooftops, and lush farmland while traveling up Mount Titano to San Marino's historical center. - Piazzale Campo della Fiera, 10
Finally, you will have the chance to visit the Museo di Stato which is located in the historic city of San Marino. The museum showcases a significant collection of artwork and artifacts related to the history and culture of San Marino throughout various periods.