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Tourism Office of San Marino

Contrada Omagnano 20, City of San Marino 47890, San Marino
+378 (0549) 882914
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Extra entry visa to San Marino costs 5 Euro

Perhaps not everyone is aware, San Marino belongs to the chain of smallest European independent... read more

Reviewed yesterday
LechBK
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Warsaw, Poland
Public Toilets to the Left, Fairytale Views to the Right.

I have to agree with everybody here who quite rightly recommend getting your passport stamped. Such... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Adam C
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Contrada Omagnano 20, City of San Marino 47890, San Marino
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+378 (0549) 882914
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Reviewed yesterday

Perhaps not everyone is aware, San Marino belongs to the chain of smallest European independent countries with Andorra, Vatican, Monaco and Lichtenstein. The visa to enter San Marino is not required. Main Tourist Office of SM issues a visa to be stamped into the passport...More

Thank LechBK
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I have to agree with everybody here who quite rightly recommend getting your passport stamped. Such a friendly service and I was provided with a map and information about what I should try to see while I visited. Public Toilets are to the left of...More

Thank Adam C
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Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

We now know why people might have thought of themselves as Gods. If you were to have lived in San Marino up in the castle with that view... no doubt about it. Just awe inspiringly beautiful.

Thank Amberesse
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Reviewed 16 January 2018

Though San Marino does not require a visa, you can go to the tourism office and get your passport stamped for 5 Euros. The gentleman that helped us also gave us change in San Marino Euro coins! On a side note: the border guard in...More

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Reviewed 28 December 2017

The tourism office will give you a really cool stamp for 5 Euro. Right downhill from there is an amazing outlook with great views.

Thank Kathie D
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Reviewed 18 November 2017 via mobile

I stopped by the office to get visa stamp - for 5 euro they’d stamp your passport with San Marino visa stamp (cool). The guy in the office was very friendly and very helpful, gave me some tips on places to visit. Also gave me...More

1  Thank Konstantin E
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

Sure, there is so much of this place that is just like Italy and it takes planning to get there but it is well worth it. What makes them their own country and people is evident right when you get there. And don't forget to...More

Thank Mark M
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Reviewed 30 October 2017

The tourist office does have information on many different sights within San Marino and I am sure would be very helpful in sorting out accommodation and transport if you needed it - what most people go for is the passport stamp and although 5 Euro...More

Thank MrThomas1981
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Reviewed 24 October 2017

A little pricey - but a must have souvenir! They also did have some helpful information on other sites.

Thank astaplet82
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

A great office to inform all new tourist with a lot of brochures, events news, hotel and restaurants, for wonderful nature walks, walking in this nice region has an healing influence and balances larges and small troubles or conflicts. The office give you a lot...More

Thank Manuela L
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Karin V
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Response from rbciao | Reviewed this property |
We've stayed in San Marino twice and always at the Ristorante Hotel Cesare, which is a 4 star property. This past July our room had a balcony and the night views were STUNNING. THeir rooms are very nice, the breakfast is... More
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The bus makes multiple stops in San Marino and terminates at the base of the castle.
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