Borgo Maggiore is one of the 9 communes or "castelli" of San Marino. It lies at the foot of Monte Titano and has a population of 6,631 (October 2013), making it the second largest town of San Marino, after Dogana.
Restaurants in Borgo Maggiore
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Zu dem Mauerring von San Marino gehören drei Türme. der erste Turm ist der Guita
I loved this mini country and its medieval attractions. This castle and tower are fun to walk around. Not much to see inside (no furniture to speak if or rooms fixed up), but the view in every direction is phenomenal. If you like taking photos, make sure to climb to the top. Beautiful place and interesting capital city to walk around
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San Marino Adventures is the largest adventure park in the whole Italy. It include a lot of activities: 24 adventures trails (starting to ground untill 30 meters), Jungle Softair, Ponylandia (Pony Ranch)and Robin Hood Adventures (Bow Scholl); a great experience for all the family, kids but also adults, beginner and expert too. Live a great day in our adventure park trought zip lines, tibetan's Bridges, wood tunnels, spettacular landscapes and much more! Try the best adventure ever, and challenge yourself crossing your limits. The daily ticket includes all safety equipement, initial breafing and an instructor always avaiable to suggest and rescue. Adventure sound like fun...but expecially for kids also like totally safe experience! You may find us at just 15 minute from Rimini Sud at 2 km from the Historical Center of Repubblic of San Marino UNESCO WORLD ERITAGE! Conctat us and join the adventure!!!
first time in San Marino & we came across this by accident. really glad we did our son (13) had a great time & the staff were good english speakers & explained the climbs very well. Great out door experinece even if you have never climbed before. Great value for money, you only pay for how much you do
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Verucchio is a beautiful, small, historic Italian city with ancient roots and fantastic food. The Fortress/Castle and the Archaeological Museum were highlights for my 10-year-old son and myself. Archaeological Museum staff were friendly, cheerful, and very helpful.
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This is a very good way to enter the ancient town of San Marino. The short, and not too expensive (8 €), ride from Borgo Maggiore to the extreme northern point of the San Marino rock offers nice views and direct access to the center of the historical city. But please be aware that the last run down again is already at 8 pm during summer time.
4.5 based on 395 reviews
I was delighted with a place where the city was built.Such a relatively small rock and such a nice city with lot of things to see.
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We enjoyed a beautiful walk up to Rocco Verucchio. It was a beautiful walk up the hill and the views are just incredible. It's a must do when you are in Verucchio.
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In one day you get to walk the main streets and the three towers of the city of San Marino.
I recommend getting there early and leaving in the last bus by 19:00.
The center is full of stores and restaurants. Some fancy hotels and amazing views.
Going up the hill will take you straight to the towers and the majestic traditional San Marino’s view.
Go with comfortable shoes since everything is up hill.
Cheap prices for buying in some places, nice restaurants and cool souvenirs :)
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Palazzo Pubblico, in the center of San Marino is on the Piazza della Liberta, a famous medival stone building and accommodate the Government of the little state, this ancient republic; interesting is the change of the guard with her nice uniforms;
the statue of Liberty is before the building; The Government building is perched on a high rock like an eagle nest, 700m above the sea level, and we have an amazing view to the
Adriatic region and the Apenins Mountains. Inside are large rooms for audiences, for General councils and for events.
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