San Marino Transportation

  • Busses
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San Marino Transportation

  • Busses

    San Marino Transportation

    There is a regular bus service between Rimini and San Marino. The journey takes around one hour. Buses to San Marino from Rimini start opposite the train station. I bought the ticket from a woman when the bus arrived. I think these are sold also at a booth outside the train station. If you're going to San Marino by car, you can park in the nearby...

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    San Marino Transportation

    The vehicle license plate (see photo #1) for San Marino features the country's coat-of-arms. The three towers, on each of Monte Titano’s three peaks, each topped by a feather, plus the Latin declaration Libertas form the country’s coat-of-arms.

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  • San Marino: Its Own License Plate

    The vehicle license plate (see photo #1) for San Marino features the country's coat-of-arms. The three towers, on each of Monte Titano’s three peaks, each topped by a feather, plus the Latin declaration Libertas form the country’s coat-of-arms.

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  • Mountains are the problem

    San Marino is not exactly blessed with flat land.The San Marino Grand Prix (Formula 1) thus takes place in Italy at Imola rather around the narrow cobbled streets of this tiny country : now that is a thought - that really would be a test for the Ferrari's and Williams !In a similar way the nearest airports to San Marino are definetly in another...

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  • A daytrip from Rimini.

    There is a regular bus service between Rimini and San Marino. The journey takes around one hour.Buses to San Marino from Rimini start opposite the train station. I bought the ticket from a woman when the bus arrived. I think these are sold also at a booth outside the train station.If you're going to San Marino by car, you can park in the nearby...

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  • expensive trip to san marino

    don't miss the bus to san marino because taxi is very expensive.taxi carries you to san marino from rimini 50 euros and never discount.we tried so much but there was no effect.whereas he said 60 euros but he dicount for 10 euros.and we went to san marino and we travelled there for an hour because we had to catch our rimini firenze train.and I had...

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  • Bus Service

    Because San Marino is so small and occupies a mountainous area, there is no airport. There was once a railway linking San Marino to Rimini, Italy, but it was destroyed during the Second World War and never rebuilt. The only practical way to get to San Marino, therefore, is by automobile (the country has 137 miles [220 kilometers] of roads within...

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  • Park your car in Borgo...

    Park your car in Borgo Maggiore, and take the cableway (funivia) to the city center.Parking is much cheaper at the Borgo Maggiore parking, and you will get right to the old city center much faster than parking further up on the mountain.Cableway operates from 8:00 am until 8:00 pm (9:00 pm in july and 1:00 am in august - check latest return time at...

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  • How To Get There

    We arrived in Rimini and found a small bus office just outside the train station. The staff there spoke a little English and we bought tickets (8 euro) for the trip to San Marino.There are many busses each day (see photo) and the bus stop is opposite the railway station and well signposted. The trip there is about 35 minutes.Don't dispair if the...

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  • Getting there from Rimini

    Got to San Marino in about 45 mins from Rimini - take the 'Bellini bus' from opposite the train station (low season), as I did - - - or you can apparently go from the beach (Mare) in high-season, too.Cost = about 3 or 4 euros return, so good value.

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  • No 17 bus

    A No 17 bus from the train station in Rimini will transport you the 23 km to San Marino. In practice, nobody needs a visa since there are no border checks, and the local authorities take the sensible view that anyone who has satisfied Italian entry requirements can probably be safely allowed into the country. You could try for a visa at one of San...

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  • How to get there?

    The Republic of San Marino is located in central Italy, 10km far from the Adriatic.Motorway: A14 Bologna – AnconaDual Carriageway: Rimini – San Marino from the A14 Rimini Sud motorway exit, or ‘Marecchiese’ No.258 from the A14 Rimini Nord motorway exitBuses operate from the Rimini railway stationFellini Airport Rimini – San Marino 27km – Forli 72km...

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  • Funivia

    Travelling by its fast cableway, San Marino can be reached from Borgo Maggiore in 3 mins’ time.Timetable:Jan - Feb, Nov - Dec: 7.50 -18.30Mar, Oct: 7.50 - 19Apr: 7.50 – 19.30May – June, 4 – 30 Sep: 7.50 - 201 – 12 July: 7.50 – 20.3013 July – 3 Sep: 7.50 – 1

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  • How to Get Around San Marino

    There are no cars allowed in the historic district of San Marino so if you arrive by car you will have to park it in one of several lots at the edge of the district and then go on foot from there. If you have trouble walking, San Marino is going to be a challenge.

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  • Funivia

    The funicular connects Borgo Maggiore with San Marino’s capital on the Monte Titano. If you would like to see that San Marino is more than a cream coloured historical Disneyland or want to visit the Ferrari museum (which I didn’t found…), then use the funicular to take a break from the masses of tourists. If you want to go to San Marino by car, a...

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  • Coach from Rimini

    The easiest and most popular way to get to San Marino is taking the coach from Rimini. It is surely also an interesting alternative for people travelling by car as parking lots are hard to find in the old town of San Marino. A return ticket costs 8,00 EUR (April 2006). The coach runs once an hour during the high season, but less frequently...

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  • Cable Car

    It's best to park your car at Borgo Maggiore and take the cable car up to San Marino. Open: 7.50am - 6.30pm Nov-Feb, 7.50am - 7pm Mar & Oct, 7.50am - 7.30pm Apr, 7.50am - 8pm May, Jun & 5-30 Sep, 7.50am - 9pm 1-14 Jul, 7.50am - 1am 15 Jul - 4 Sep.Prices are € 2,10 single / € 3,10 return.

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  • Parking at Borgo Maggiore

    It's best to park in the cable car car park at Borgo Maggiore as a) its easier and b) its cheaper than parking in the centre itself. Prices are € 1,00/1hr €2,00/2hrs €2,50/3hrs €3,50/4-6hrs €6,00/7-24hrs.

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  • Parking

    When the fortress was built the architect did not think to the cars. So we must park our car at the bottom of the wall.We visited San Marino off the high season but we had difficulties to find a place near the entrance.There are other parkings but further.

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  • No need to use the Cablecar

    The Cablecar connection up to San Marino is a complete irrelevance.Unless you especially enjoy cablecar rides, or have never been on one, or you need a bribe for your kids, then it can be avoided.Despite the slightly misleading signs you can drive right up the outskirts of the town where ther are some very large and well organised parking areas....

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  • Rimini Airport

    San Marino has no airport of its own, but relies on the international airport in nearby Rimini. Bus services connect San Marino with Rimini and the Adriadic coast.By car or bus, bicycle or motorcycle, on foot.

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  • Cars, car parks and...

    Cars, car parks and cable-carsI think that the best way to go to San Marino is by car, although I have seen several buses, so I assume it's possible to use public transportation to go there. One thing it's not too clear, according to road signs, is that you can drive up the the capital: along the road you'll find plenty of signs pointing to the...

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  • Getting to the Most Serene...

    Getting to the Most Serene Republic of San Marino is not exactly easy and can be irritating. The best way is to fly into Bologna, Italy, rent a car and drive into the country from the toll highway, taking the exit at Rimini Sud. This is about a one hour trip. Alternatively, if you can catch one of the two daily flights from Rome into the Rimini...

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  • CLICK ON THE SCHEDULE TO SEE...

    CLICK ON THE SCHEDULE TO SEE THE ENLARGED BUS SCHEDULE.The easiest way is to take a bus from Rimni. You can stay anywhere in the area and take a train to Rimini. I stayed in bologna, and trains run about every 30 minutes to Rimini from there. Bolgna to Rimini takes 1 hour. the buses from Rimini to San marino run about 9 times per day and it takes...

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  • take an ultralight aircraft,...

    take an ultralight aircraft, fly to the bigest hill in the region, search the airstrip (we searched more than a half hour, to find the litle grass runway), aks one of the local pilot if he likes to drive you the the top of the hill for having a drink.

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  • I went in San Marino by car, I...

    I went in San Marino by car, I think it's the bast way to go there. The Republic isn't reachable by train, you can choose to reach it by bus going first in Rimini.If you choose to use your car when you arrive you'll see a policeman that show you the way for the nearest free parking, when you'leave your car you must wait (a bit) for a free local bus...

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