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So, I went here by bus in the early early morning because for some dumb reason I forget to book a hostel in Rimini the night before so I stayed in the McDonalds there until the first bus to San Marino left. Immediately I fell...More
We we stayed in the old city for a few days and really enjoyed the area. Visited the towers and just enjoyed the view. We did the walking trail from the 3rd tower end, walk down towards the car park by the tv/radio offices and...More
San Marino is situated at the slopes of Mount Titano. If possible for you, I would really recommend a visit here. Especially if you are fond of photography and/or like scenic and overwhelming views. You could go by bus up hillside to San Marino, and...More
While in Bologna, we went to San Marino to see the World Heritage Site at Mt Titano. Walking around the site and the view of the mountain is nice. For 5 Euro, you can go to the Tourism Office to get your passport stamped. But...More
Mount Titan is a great moutain from the Apenins in Central Italy, his name Titan cames
from the greek Gods and is aout 740 m hight; many paths around, to discover with splendid views to a large region of Italy and the mountains.
The view from the mountain is stunning. You can see all the way to the sea from here and the drop straight down from the mountain is a bit scary. If you walk through the forest paths it's a bit less crowded and you get...More