Accommodation & Hotels
Although San Marino has a few hotels, the coastal town of Rimini has many more and is likely to be less expensive.
In certain areas of the city, free wifi is accessible.
San Marino’s inhabitants speak a fairly clear Italian.
Due to the large number of Russian visitors, English is taught in schools in San Marino, and Russian is spoken in many businesses.
The Akademio Internacia de la Sciencoj San Marino (AIS) holds its conferences in San Marino and actually utilizes the Esperanto language.
San Marino is a proud nation, and it should be treated as such. When having pictures made with the guards, be polite; a grin will enough; hand gestures/funny expressions will not be well appreciated.
It would be regarded very insulting to refer to them as “Italians” – not because they dislike Italians, but because they are immensely proud of their independence.