Top things to do

Bar in San Marino

Giuletti Km0

This restaurant and trendy cocktail lounge prides itself on sticking with local products wherever possible – its menu maps out the 20 or so San Marino producers from whom it sources beer, wine, cheese, cold cuts and…
Sammarinese in San Marino

Osteria La Taverna

Luigi Sartini is San Marino's only Michelin-starred chef and has been championing local cuisine since 1990. His one-star affair, Ristorante Righi, sits above this far more casual osteria, where local dishes like pas…
Castle in San Marino

Torre Cesta

Dominating the skyline and offering superb views towards Rimini and the coast, the Cesta castle dates from the 13th century and sits atop 750m Monte Titano. Today you can walk its ramparts and peep into its four-roo…
Museum in San Marino

Museo di Stato

San Marino's best museum by far is the well laid out if disjointed state museum displaying art, history, furniture and culture.
Historic Building in San Marino

Palazzo Pubblico

The neo-Gothic Palazzo Pubblico overlooks Piazza della Libertà and is San Marino's official seat of government.
Historic Site in San Marino

Changing of the Guard

One of Città di San Marino's summertime highlights is the changing of the guard in Piazza della Libertà, which takes place several times daily between June and mid-September.
Gifts & Souvenirs in San Marino

Azienda Autonima di Stato Filatelica e Numismatica

Collectors can pick up rare San Marino stamps and coins at this small shop. There's a mailbox just outside for mailing those 'proof-you've-been-there' postcards.
Castle in San Marino

Torre Guaita

The oldest and largest of San Marino's castles, Torre Guaita dates from the 11th century. It was still being used as a prison as recently as 1975.