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San Marino

The oldest and smallest Sovereign State in the world, boasts years of history combined with major monuments. Among the monuments the 3 Towers (Guaita, Cesta and Montale) symbol of San Marino, are undoubtedly the most important.

There are also many beautiful castles to visit, nine present on the territory, and the particular museums to discover. This small Republic is also the undisputed destination for the most varied shopping at affordable prices.


So picturesque as to seem immersed in a world far away and full of magic, is the perfect place to taste a cuisine that is fascinating of the two lands, the marchigiana and the romagnola.

Don't forget that the walls of the city they still guard jealously, the story of the tormented love between Paolo and Francesca, sung by Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy (canto V of Inferno).

San Leo

It stands on a huge boulder around impassable; it is accessed by asingle road cut in the rock. The city hosted Dante and St. Francis d’ Assisi, but it is especially known for the mysterious and fascinating character who was the “alchemist” Count Cagliostro, imprisoned in the fortress and died there in 1795.

We also invite you to visit: the Fortress, the Pieve , and the Duomo. The panorama from San Leo, is one of the most beautiful in the region, so it is worth a visit to this delightful village.

Santarcangelo di Romagna

The peculiarity of this city is that it is historically and artistically distinguished in two parts: an eighteenth-century, the other medieval, visible in the upper part, which rises above the hill of Jupiter, which is also the seat of more than 100 tufaceous caves, one of the most fascinating mysteries of the Romagna region.

To visit are the elegant churches, the small alleys of the old village, the Malatesta Fortress, the Ethnographic Museum of Uses and Customs of the Romagna People, the Collegiate Church and the Clock Tower.


When it comes to Montebello, inevitably, speak about his Castle and the history of Azzurrina, an albino child died prematurely. His story became so popular that a particular legend is handed down over three centuries.

The legend says that the ghost of the little girl is trapped in the castle and returns to be heard in the summer solstice every five years, which is followed by suggestive paranormal phenomena.

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