San Marino Hotels, San Marino
San Marino Hotels
San Marino Hotels
To explore this interesting small country, you need to spend at least a day or more to enjoy and experience what it has to offer. Here are some of the hotels available…
Grand Hotel San Marino
Garden Village San Marino
Grand Hotel Primavera
Hostaria da Lino
Chez Nous B&B
Moda Antica Locanda
Hotel La Grotta
Hostel San Marino
Hoten Sanmarino iDesign
Best Western Palace Hotel
Hotel II Monte
Hotel Benessere Oste Del Castello
Check out the photos, rates and facilities of more hotels in San Marino here.
San Marino Brief Introduction
San Marino is thought to be the oldest state in Europe, and the third smallest country if compared with Vatican and Monaco.
San Marino is one-tenth the size of New York City.
San Marino is governed by a series of books written in Latin in the late 16th century. The books that govern its political system is considered to be the earliest written documents that is still in effect to date.
San Marino’s economy depends mainly on finance, industry, services and tourism industry. The country is considered one of the richest countries in the world in terms of GDP.
San Marino is thought to have the most stable economy, no debts and the only country with less population but more vehicles.
The republic is considered the world’s smallest republic but it was challenged by Nauru which has a land mass of only 21 square kilometer.
San Marino became a member of the Council of Europe and of the United Nations in 1992. It uses Euro currency but it is not a member of European Union nor of the Eurozone.
San Marino Hotels & Tourism
Attractions & Tourism Sites
San Marino, although small, has a lot to offer to tourists. For that reason, tourism in San Marino contributes about over 2 percent of the country’s GDP with over 2 million visitors a year.
Most visitors of San Marino are Italians but other non-Italians also visit.
The major tourist attractions of San Marino City and the rest of the country include:
The Three Towers of San Marino, The Cathedral of San Marino, the medieval Palazzo Pubblico, the Piazza della Liberta, The Museo di stato di San Marino, The Museo San Francesco
Small medieval alleyways, city center gift shops, scenic terraces, small churches around the country.
Wherever you are and wherever you go, enjoy and make the most of it!
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