Every moment is the right moment to discover the Republic of San Marino, its history, admire its nature and appreciate its architecture. San Marino’s cultural tradition and its values of freedom have remained unchanged over the centuries: this is why UNESCO listed the old towns of San Marino and Borgo Maggiore, along with Monte Titano, as World Heritage Sites. Walking through its old town feels like plunging in the Middle Ages and enjoying its timeless charm. During summer season, do not miss the opportunity to relive the history taking part in the fascinating medieval reenactment in the Cava dei Balestrieri.
The Republic of San Marino is an open-air museum: the three Towers, the Basilica of St. Marinus, the small St. Peter’s Church, St. Francis’ Church and its Museum, the State Museum and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. In the splendid setting of Piazza della Libertà, you can admire the Public Palace, seat of the Great and General Council, where the Changing of the Guard takes place.
The best way to enjoy the history of the Old Town is with the narration of our tour guides, then concluding the tour with an aperitif. Find out more on our website: