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Travelers seeking cultural experiences cannot miss San Marino, lone witness to the tides of European history. The only survivor of Europe's once-great network of city states, your journey through this historic sovereign state starts with finding the perfect San Marino hotels in the eponymous capital. Hotels.com gives you unmatched strategic advantage to explore this ancient enclave, putting listings of carefully selected San Marino hotels at your fingertips. Mountainous and green, the outdoorsman will savor hiking through this city state. The adventurous traveler will take home tales from this anomalous microstate to tell friends, family, fellow travelers, and travel blog readers alike. The Most Serene Republic awaits you with its picturesque landscape and old world charm. Eliminate the hassle of searching for accommodations by booking your San Marino hotels with us. Our team of experts has all the local savvy to assure you of the most serene stay in the oldest republic in the world.

San Marino in a nutshell

San Marino is perched atop Mount Titano (Mount Titan) on the Apennine mountain range. Erected on the three highest peaks of the mountain respectively are the three iconic fortress towers depicted on the nation's flag: the first, Guaita Tower; the second, Cesta Tower; and the third, Montale Tower. The historic city center is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built on an ancient site in the 19th Century, Palazzo Pubblico is not only the seat of government, but a major medieval architecture attraction. Take in the stunning views of the verdant valley below from the adjacent Piazza della Libertà meaning ‘freedom square’. Within the piazza stands the Statua della Libertà, which contrasts with the Palazzo in Neoclassical style. Basilica di San Marino is another Neoclassical attraction built in the 19th Century. Those looking for more artifacts and history will want to visit the State Museum of San Marino as well as the Museum of the Agricultural Culture and Traditions.

Our tips on how to soak up the local atmosphere in San Marino

Historic urban planning renders this micro nation an artifact in itself. Its streets and lanes, lined with medieval architecture, meander across its landlocked, mountainous terrain. Urban exploration and hiking through the woods can occur in a single day. Stay in stunning San Marion hotels hand-picked by Hotels.com with amazing views at breath-taking locations. Take time to wander and soak in the atmosphere familiar to residents through the centuries. Note the juxtaposition of different architectural styles, which is a snapshot of the 19th and early 20th Centuries, when the city received its last major revamping. 'Serene' meant sovereign in ancient times; once among many others, San Marino is now the last surviving Most Serene Republic with a long, proud agricultural tradition. Sample traditional Sammarinese cuisine like the piada and Torta Tre Monti. Begin your journey in the free republic with support from local experts here at Hotels.com, we curate the most immersive experiences and accommodations in San Marino.