The Republic of San Marino is the oldest state in Europe, surrounded on all sides by the territory of Italy. There is not a single airport in San Marino, and the railway connection with Italy was destroyed during World War II. You can get to San Marino by car, taxi or regular bus running between the capital of the state and the Italian Rimini.
The highest point of San Marino is the famous Monte Titano, which is protected by UNESCO. Together with three medieval towers built on the peaks, the mountain is depicted on the coat of arms and flag of the state.
Due to its temperate climate and perfectly preserved medieval architectural monuments, San Marino receives high ratings from tourists from all over the world. The main attractions are concentrated in the capital of the state of the same name. There are many museums here, the most interesting of which are the Museum of Curiosities, the Museum of Torture, as well as the Maranello-Rosso Collection, which includes more than 250 cars.