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San Marino: Museum Pass 1 Ticket for 7 State Museums

1. San Marino: Museum Pass 1 Ticket for 7 State Museums

Experience the wonders of San Marino with our exclusive museum pass. Unlock the doors to 7 state museums, beginning with the awe-inspiring Torre Guaita, also known as the "First Tower" or "Fortress of Guaita." Its unmistakable profile beckons from afar, promising an unforgettable journey. Explore Palazzo Pubblico, a stunning landmark open to the public when not in use for official activities. Immerse yourself in the rich history showcased at the State Museum, delve into the captivating artwork at the Pinacoteca San Francesco, and admire the masterpieces housed in the Galleria Nazionale. Gain access to Torre Salita alla Rocca, Torre Museum delle Armi Antiche Salita alla Cesta, Palazzo Publico, State Museum, National Gallery, Museum Pinacoteca San Francesco, and the Stamp and Coin Museum. Immerse yourself in the captivating history, art, and culture of San Marino. Let the museum pass be your key to unlocking the hidden treasures that await. Discover the wonders that lie within each museum, and create unforgettable memories in the heart of this enchanting city.

San Marino: Audio Guide Historic Walking Tour

2. San Marino: Audio Guide Historic Walking Tour

A mere 30-minutes from the sea and high up on Mount Titan stands San Marino, guarded by its three medieval towers. On this walking tour, we’ll explore the unique nature of this city, the capital of Europe’s smallest and the world’s oldest republic of the same name, which dates back to 301 AD. Not only is San Marino a country inside a country, bordered by Italy on all sides – its capital is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Starting at the entrance to Porta San Francesco (Gate of Saint Francis), you’ll wander through the city’s narrow streets, past ancient churches and two of three towers, Torre Cesta and Guaita. Our 45-minute tour ends in Piazza della Libertà, where I’ll share how the city’s very own Statue of Liberty came to arrive in this square. Along the way, I’ll tell you how the people of San Marino have staunchly defended their freedom for over 17 centuries. You won’t only hear about the city, its architecture and history though. I’ll tell you about San Marino legends too, including one about a saint who befriended and rode a bear. Other highlights on this tour include: • Seeing the Cava dei Balestrieri, a quarry often used for crossbow shooting, a historical specialty in the city • Walking through the 13th century Passo delle Streghe (the ‘pathway of witches’) where young girls used to come and dance around bonfires • Taking in the sweeping views at the Il Cantone viewpoint and the tranquility of Giardini Borghesi, the Borghesi Gardens • Stopping in front of Basilica di San Marino, where a settlement was first established • Finding out about a number of unusual museums including the Torture Museum, the Curiosity Museum, and the Museum of Creatures of the Night There are plenty of cafes and restaurants along the way for you to taste the local cuisine and wine. You can also take advantage of lower sales tax and browse for clothes, leather goods, souvenirs and items that you’d pay more for in the rest of Italy.

San Marino: Historical Center Private Tour

3. San Marino: Historical Center Private Tour

Explore San Marino’s impressive history, architecture, and way of life on a guided walking tour. Meet your private guide at the Gate of Saint Francis and start your trip to explore the oldest Republic in the world. Walk through the streets of the city listening San Marino stories and culture. Reach Piazza della Libertà to see the Palazzo Pubblico, used for parliamentary sessions. Admire the beautiful Cava dei Balestrieri, then continue to see the Basilica del Santo, and the Church of San Piertro. Learn about the importance of religion in San Marino as you listen to your guide’s fascinating commentary. Head to the First Tower, the largest and oldest of the city’s three fortresses. Afterwards, follow your guide to the famous Passo delle Streghe, built at the end of the 11th century admiring stunning views along the way. End your tour by viewing the second tower, which you can continue to explore on your own after parting with your guide.

Europe: Prepaid 12 GB Data eSIM Card with 14-Day Validity

4. Europe: Prepaid 12 GB Data eSIM Card with 14-Day Validity

Data: 12GB Calls: Unlimited within Europe & 30 Minutes of International Calls SMS: Unlimited within Europe & 200 International SMS Validity: 14 Days You will receive a QR code in the email confirmation that allows you to activate the eSIM on your smartphone. It also includes a PDF attachment with useful information regarding your eSIM. Please make sure that your smartphone is eSIM-compatible and carrier-unlocked! No more roaming charges Going on vacation or business trip to Europe? With Orange Holiday Europe you will not have to worry about roaming charges anymore. Browse the internet in all European countries, make calls and send SMS from Europe to your home around the world at no extra cost – guaranteed! Mobile network N°1 8 times in a row Arcep Press release of October 17th 2018 regarding its quality audit of the services sold by operators in Metropolitan France: Orange is the operator with the highest overall score for this audit. N°1 streaming video N°1 in web browsing in residential areas and in transport N°1 in voice and SMS calls in residential areas and in transport N°1 in reliability of file transfers Browse in Europe, call & text the world Orange Holiday Sim Card provides you with 20GB of highspeed 4G/LTE internet in all 30 European countries. And the best part is: you have unlimited calls and SMS within Europe and 2 hours worth of calls and 1,000 SMS from Europe back to your home country around the world - all at no extra charges! Coverage in 30 EU countries Andorra, Azores, Aland islands, Austria, Balearic islands, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canary islands, Cyprus, Corfu, Crete, the Cyclades, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faeroe islands, Finland, France mainland, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Guesey, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madeira, Malta, Isle of Man, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Rhodes, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom, San Marino, Sardinia, Sicily, Slovakia, Switzerland, Sweden, Vatican.

San Marino: Guided Tour with toast & Sunset

5. San Marino: Guided Tour with toast & Sunset

A toast based on local sparkling wine in company before leaving the Panoramas that dominate the whole territory at night surrounding.

Emilia-Romagna: Euroterme Resort thermal pool Ticket

6. Emilia-Romagna: Euroterme Resort thermal pool Ticket

Please check the available options to select the best wellness experience for you at Ròseo Hotel Euroterme. Surrounded by greenery, a few steps from the historic center of Bagno di Romagna Terme, is the Ròseo Hotel Euroterme. This modern four-star hotel stands out for the variety of services offered and its thermal baths. Spend 2 hours into the thermal water of Bagno di Romagna, which flows naturally from the springs to the indoor/outdoor thermal pools. The pools are classified as "hyperthermal alkaline bicarbonate sulphurous," which is known for leaving the skin velvety soft. Step into the thermal water of Bagno di Romagna, which flows naturally from the springs to the indoor/outdoor thermal pools. The pools are classified as "hyperthermal alkaline bicarbonate sulphurous," which is known for leaving the skin velvety soft.

San Marino - Private Walking Tour

7. San Marino - Private Walking Tour

Take a stroll to Piazza della Libertà, which is the main square of the city, and admire the Statua della Libertà, also known as the Statue of Liberty. You will then walk by the Palazzo Pubblico (the Town Hall) which is built in neo-Gothic architectural style. The Palazzo Pubblico is a must-visit. This 19th-century building houses the government of San Marino and is open to visitors during certain times of the day. You will visit the Guaita Tower (Guaita Fortress). It was built in the 11th century and was the first fortification to be constructed on the mountain. The tower has been used for different purposes throughout its history, serving as a prison, a military lookout, and a place of refuge during times of conflict. You can climb up to the top of the tower and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Next, you will be visiting the Basilica di San Marino, the largest church in the city. Constructed in neoclassical style, it dates back to the early 19th century. It was built on top of the remains of a fourth-century Romanesque church that was devoted to St. Marino. The conventional basilica design has a lengthy nave accompanied by two side aisles, each adorned with altars. You will then head towards the cable car station, which will take you up to the top of Monte Titano. The view from the cable car is stunning, and it only takes a few minutes to get to the top. You will enjoy views of the Adriatic coastline, tiled rooftops, and lush farmland while traveling up Mount Titano to San Marino's historical center. - Piazzale Campo della Fiera, 10 Finally, you will have the chance to visit the Museo di Stato which is located in the historic city of San Marino. The museum showcases a significant collection of artwork and artifacts related to the history and culture of San Marino throughout various periods.

Siena: City Highlights Self-Guided Walking Audio Tour

8. Siena: City Highlights Self-Guided Walking Audio Tour

Make your way through Siena's dazzling maze of narrow cobblestone streets while taking in its fascinating and colorful history on this self-guided audio tour. Founded as an Etruscan settlement, by 1100 Siena had become a powerful city-state, thanks to its strong military, and thriving banking and trading industries. Throughout the following centuries, the Republic of Siena became an important center of Medieval and Renaissance art and scholarship, influencing artists throughout Italy and Europe alike. On this tour, you'll learn more about the city's history and see some of it's most iconic sights. Your walk begins in Siena's famous 13th-century Piazza del Campo, the stunning main square, where the famous Palio horse race is still held bi-annually during the summer. Here, I’ll outline the city's rich history while sharing anecdotes and pointing out the square’s main attractions including the Palazzo Pubblico, Siena’s Town Hall, with its majestic bell tower. From there, you'll wind your way through the old city, making a brief stop outside the oldest bank headquarters in the world, the Monte dei Paschi di Siena bank, founded in 1472. You'll see several magnificent view points before ending in front of the Duomo, one of the most impressive examples of Italian Gothic architecture in Italy.

From Bologna: Private San Marino Day Tour with Lunch

9. From Bologna: Private San Marino Day Tour with Lunch

Spend a fantastic day in San Marino departing from Bologna or Modena. Our driver will pick you up at your hotel and take you to San Marino where you will meet our guide, who will take you to discover the secrets of one of the oldest states in the world. Visit the famous old town, full of characteristic markets and shops immersed in medieval streets, and continue along the streets that lead to the castle while listening to the stories and anecdotes of this unique place. At the end of the tour, enjoy a fantastic lunch at a typical local restaurant. In the afternoon, some free time for shopping and strolling before returning to Bologna or Modena with our driver, who will wait for you at the established meeting point.

San Marino: walking tour with interactive video guide

10. San Marino: walking tour with interactive video guide

With our interactive map you will be able to move from one point to another in the historic center without time constraints: only you will decide what to see and when. Our private local guide will accompany you, through your smartphone, for the entire tour, providing you with all the curiosities, anecdotes and useful tips to experience the city at its best. You will be able to start your tour at the time you want and choose the monuments of your interest included in the itinerary, moving between stops without ever getting lost thanks to our geolocated directions. Unmissable stops will be Piazza del Titano, Piazza della Libertà, the Basilica of San Marino and many other places that make San Marino and its Republic special Come discover all the wonders of San Marino's historic center thanks to this unmissable Interactive Tour.

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based on 19 reviews

This was so worth it. We learnt so much from Sarah in just 90 minutes. She was knowledgable, funny, kind, and was able to answer all of our questions. Highly recommend this tour, especially if you don’t have much time in San Marino City

This was a great guided tour and in 1.5 hours, I learned a lot about San Marino from my guide, Melissa

Nice tour of San Marino. Good balance of history and anecdotes to keep everybody entertained.

A visit beyond expectations. A fascinating place, out of the ordinary.