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Festivals & Holidays in San Marino

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1 JanuaryNew Year’s DayFestival marking the beginning of the new year
6 JanuaryEpiphanyCommemorates the visit of the three wise men or magi to the infant Jesus
5 FebruaryFeast of Saint AgathaCommemoration of St. Agatha, patroness of the Republic, as well as liberation from foreign rule
Variable, the first Sunday after the full moon and the March equinox.EasterResurrection of Jesus
Variable, the Monday after Easter dayEaster MondayMonday after Easter day
25 MarchAnniversary of the ArengoAnniversary of the Arengo and the Festa delle Milizie (Feast of the Militants)
1 MayLabour DayCelebration of workers and employees
Variable, the first Thursday after Trinity SundayCorpus ChristiCommemoration of the body and blood of Jesus Christ
28 JulyLiberation from FascismCommemoration of the fall of the Sammarinese Fascist Party
15 AugustFerragosto(Assumption)Commemoration of the Virgin Mary’s assumption into heaven
3 SeptemberThe Feast of San Marino and the RepublicNational feast of San Marino, celebrating the origin of the Republic in 301
1 NovemberAll Saints’ DayFeast dedicated to all saints
2 NovemberCommemoration of all those who died at warRemembrance of all those who gave their lives for San Marino in war
8 DecemberImmaculate ConceptionRemembrance of the Virgin Mary’s conception without original sin
24 DecemberChristmas EveDay before the commemoration of the birth of Jesus
25 DecemberChristmasBirth of Jesus
26 DecemberSt. Stephen’s DayCommemoration of the death of Saint Stephen, the first Christian martyr
31 DecemberNew Year’s EveCelebration which closes and marks the end of the year

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By plane There are no airports in San Marino. Rimini's Federico Fellini International Airport (IATA: RMI) is the closest major airport. Ancona, Bologna, and Forli also have airports. By train There are no railway stations in San Marino. Rimini is the closest major railway station. By car You should have little trouble getting into...

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Once within the walled city, it's small enough to stroll about in. There are just a few streets where vehicles may drive (and only if they are small cars). A 1.5-kilometer cable train (funivia) connects San Marino to Borgo Maggiore. A one-way ticket costs €2.80 and a round-trip ticket costs...

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Although San Marino is not legally part of the Schengen region, there are no border restrictions when traveling between Italy and San Marino, thus it may be considered part of the Schengen area for all practical reasons. Foreigners staying in San Marino for more than 20 days, on the...

Things To See in San Marino

The three towers that appear on the national flag are the major attractions of San Marino. Only the Guaita Tower and the Cesta Tower are accessible to tourists; these are tiny castles at the summit of Mount Titano with stunning views over San Marino, Italy, and the Adriatic Sea. Cesta...

Food & Drinks in San Marino

Pasta, pizza, gelato (Italian ice cream), and anything else you eat in Italy come to mind. Restaurants are simple to locate, and some have tables with fantastic views. Supermarkets in San Marino are few and far between, however the following may help: Conad, Azzurro Shopping Center, V M Moretti 23, Serravalle.  Sma Supermercati. Via...

Money & Shopping in San Marino

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The Three Towers of San Marino are situated in the city on the three summits of Monte Titano. They appear on both the San Marino flag and the coat of arms. The three towers are: Guaita, the oldest (built in the 11th century); Cesta, built in the thirteenth century...

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Saint Marinus and his longtime companion Leo fled the island of Arba in present-day Croatia to work as stonemasons in Rimini. Following the Diocletianic Persecution for his Christian preaching, he fled to the neighboring Monte Titano, where he established what is today the city and state of San Marino....

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