Tuesday, October 26, 2021

How To Travel To San Marino

EuropeSan MarinoHow To Travel To San Marino

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 San Marino by car. There are no border restrictions.

Because parking in San Marino is scarce, why not leave your vehicle at neighboring Borgo Maggiore and ride the cable car up to the city? Near the cable car station, there is ample of parking.

By bus

Every day at regular intervals, a bus travels from Rimini to San Marino, stopping in Dogana, Serravalle, Domagnano, and Borgo Maggiore. A round-trip ticket costs around €9. This bus stops just outside the Rimini railway station. It is important to note that if you arrive only a few minutes before departure, the bus may be full and you will be instructed to wait for the next bus, which will arrive one hour later. It’s probably a good idea to arrive a little early to ensure there are adequate seats on the bus. Tickets may be purchased on the bus.