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Mo Da Hotel Montegiardino
Mo Da Hotel Montegiardino Star Rating 4        
Via Del Dragone N18

This elegant inn in Montegiardino offers complimentary wireless internet, as well as room service and vip rooms.Mo Da Hotel Montegiardino's 8 elegant rooms provide wireless internet access, a desk and a mini bar, plus all the necessities for an enjoyable stay. A shower and a hair dryer are also provided.
Hostel San Marino
Hostel San Marino Star Rating 2        
Via 28 Luglio, 224

This modern hostel in Borgo Maggiore provides complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as luggage storage and a 24-hour reception. It is ideally positioned for those wanting to visit local attractions.There are a range of amenities available to guests of Hostel San Marino, such as billiards, a TV room and a lift.
Hotel La Grotta San Marino
Hotel La Grotta San Marino Star Rating 2        
Contrada Santa Croce, 17

Hotel La Grotta San Marino provides a comfortable setting when in City Of San Marino. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.Each comfortable room at Hotel La Grotta provides a private bathroom, a walk-in closet and a mini bar, plus all the essentials required for an enjoyable stay.
Hotel Quercia Antica
Hotel Quercia Antica Star Rating 3        
via della Capannaccia, 7/A

Hotel Quercia Antica provides a comfortable setting while in City Of San Marino. Those staying at the property can also make use of complimentary wireless internet during their stay.The hotel features rooms equipped with a mini bar, cable/satellite channels and a hair dryer.
Hotel Ristorante Cesare
Hotel Ristorante Cesare Star Rating 4        
Via Salita alla Rocca 7

Set on peak overlooking the city, this relaxed hotel in a stone building is 3 minutes' walk from the Guaita Fortress and 4 minutes' walk from the Sammarinese Museum of Ancient Arms.The cozy rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars; some feature rustic touches such as wood furnishings and/or exposed stone walls. Upgraded rooms add balconies, whirlpool baths and/or views of the fortress.
Grand Hotel San Marino
Grand Hotel San Marino Star Rating 4        
Viale Antonio Onofri 31

This refined hotel, overlooking the Montefeltro valley, is a 6-minute walk from the Basilica di San Marino, 1 km from Guaita peak and 23 km from the Forte di San Leo castle.Sophisticated rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Upgraded quarters add balconies with mountain/valley views.
Hotel Titano
Hotel Titano Star Rating 4        
Contrada Del Collegio 31

Housed in a 19th-century stone building on a narrow central street, this elegant hotel is 5 minutes by foot from the iconic Three Towers of San Marino.Refined, individually styled rooms with street or country views feature TVs, minibars and free Wi-Fi. Suites add separate living areas and flat-screens; some have terraces.
Hotel Joli San Marino
Hotel Joli San Marino Star Rating 3        
38 Federico d'Urbino Avenue

The Hotel Joli is located in the heart of the ancient land of San Marino. In front, the city wall, on the back, the beautiful view of the Appennini hills. Inside, the deep refurbishment ended in 2002 assures today richness in details and furnishings materials such as marble in bathrooms, parquet and.
Grand Hotel Primavera
Grand Hotel Primavera Star Rating 4        
Via Luigi Cibrario 22-24

Occupying a charming brick building, this cozy hotel is 3.7 km from Basilica di San Marino and Palazzo Pubblico, the town hall.The elegant rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Hotel Sanmarino iDesign
Hotel Sanmarino iDesign Star Rating 4        
Via del Serrone 124

On the outskirts of Città di San Marino, this contemporary, art-themed hotel is 2 km from both the neoclassical style Basilica di San Marino and Museo di criminologia medioevale e della Tortura.Sleek, modern rooms with globally themed artworks feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi; some have views of the Adriatic coast and San Marino.Complimentary perks include parking, plus breakfast served in the unfussy dining room.
 
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The country's capital (pop. 4 600) also named San Marino sits on the western slope of the tri-peaked Mt. Titano. Cars are prohibited in the medieval town center but even if they weren't you'd want to explore the city by foot wandering along winding narrow streets lined with red-roofed stone houses medieval ramparts and somber fortresses. Sights include the Gothic Palazzo Publico and colorful fortress guards at Piazza della Liberta; the 14th-century church of San Francesco (which has paintings by Raphael Guercino and Bellini); and the Palazzo dei Valloni (museum art gallery and San Marino's national library). The Neoclassical Basilica di San Marino preserves the remains of the town's stonecutter saint. A path runs from the basilica to the fortresses on Mt. Titano which include the 13th-century Montale (the smallest); the 10th-century Rocca Guaita (a prison until the 1960s); and the 13th-century Cesta (on the highest of the three peaks) which houses a museum of arms dating from the Middle Ages. The path offers a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside and Adriatic Sea too. Excursions can be made to the villages of Serraville (castle) and Valdragone (convent and church).
 
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