The breathtaking landscape and the atmosphere in the world's oldest republic are certainly worth a visit, but in addition, the Republic of San Marino offers many possibilities and curious elements.
Below are our five (... plus one) favourite reasons for visiting our small state.
It is well known that the Most Serene Republic of San Marino is the oldest in the world, and the feeling of being suspended between history and legend can be felt everywhere in the historic centre. The heart of the Republic is home to places of worship and historical interest, museums and monuments, concentrated in the historic centre and therefore within easy walking distance of the GHSM Group
An area that lends itself to the practice of many sports, with a distinct vocation for outdoor activities and an unconditional love for international events, for which it has become a must-see destination over the years.
The Republic of San Marino, as well as the surrounding regions, are known for their excellent food and wine tradition. The local cuisine and wines are the pride of the La Terrazza Restaurant.
The Republic of San Marino is a temple of shopping, with shopping centres, outlets, boutiques and typical shops offering fashion labels, accessories, jewellery and collectors' items such as stamps and coins of San Marino. In the heart of the historic centre, there is also an oasis dedicated to relaxation and wellness, according to Maurice Mességué's philosophy: "it is nature that is right".
Thanks to its history and charm, the historic centre of San Marino is a unique location for the organisation of meetings and conferences. The rooms and equipment available make the Hotel TItano the ideal solution for any need. The main Banks, Institutions, Government Bodies and the University of the Republic of San Marino are all within walking distance of the GHSM Group.
Last but not least... Unesco has classified Mount Titano and the Historic Centre of San Marino in its Heritage List as "testimony to the continuity of a free Republic since the 13th century". And if Unesco says so... definitely worth a visit!