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Cheap flights from San Marino

San Marino is officially named the Republic of San Marino, but is also known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino. The enclaved microstate is surrounded by Italy. It is the third smallest state in Europe, covering only over 61km2 with a population of approximately 30,000. San Marino claims to be the world's oldest sovereign state and constitutional republic.

Where to go

San Marino Historic Centre and Mount Titano - Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, the San Marino Historic Centre and Mount Titano is a 55-hectare property that includes Mount Titano and the city's historic centre. The area contains fortification towers, gates, walls, bastions, and a 19th century neo-classical basilica, 19th century Palazzo Pubblico, 19th century Titano Theatre, and 16th and 14th century convents.

Guaita Rocca - The Guaita fortress is one of the three towers constructed on Monte Titano, and is notable for being the oldest and most famous. It served as a prison for a short while, but today it is a major tourist attraction not only for its structure but also for the marvellous views from the top, said to be the best view in San Marino.

Palazzo Pubblico - The 'public palace' is San Marino's town hall and official government building. It was built on the site of ancient building Domus Magna Comunis between 1884 and 1894. The structure had undergone a complex restoration in 1996 to maintain modern safety standards. It has become a tourist attraction for its architectural charm and the small shops and cafes surrounding the area.

Short Haul

The airport nearest San Marino offers flights mostly to cities in Russia and central Europe. Netherlands' Amsterdam and its Royal Palace, Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House, and other attractions are only less than two hours away. The same goes for the Berlin Wall and Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin, and the Film-Museum and the Largest Fair on the Rhine in Düsseldorf, Germany. Farther off is Moscow in Russia, a little over three hours away, home to the famous Moscow Kremlin, Saint Basil's Cathedral, and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.

Long Haul 

There are no long haul flights from San Marino or the airport serving Rimini.

How to get out

San Marino does not have any airports, nor does it have railways stations. Anyone who wishes to travel to San Marino may arrive at the nearest airport, Federico Fellini International Airport. It is located 5km southeast of Rimini, Italy, and is 16km away from San Marino. However, the airport only has seasonal charts to and from Berlin, Amsterdam, Russia, Brussels, Finland, and other nearby destinations. Some of the airlines that operate to Federico Fellini International Airport are Air Berlin, Finnair, NordStar, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, Ural Airlines, and Yakutia Airlines. The railway station nearest to San Marino is also in Rimini. Other airports near San Marino are Ancona-Falconara Airport in Ancona, Guglielmo Marconi (Bologna) International Airport in Bologna, and L. Ridolfi airport in Forlì. San Marino has open borders, but any tourist staying in the walled city for more than 10 days must secure a permit from the government.

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