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Travel, hotel and city info
The Summer Seminars takes place in a beautiful old monastery building belonging to Università degli Studi della Repubblica di San Marino.
Antico Monastero Santa Chiara
Contrada Omerelli, 20 — San Marino
47890 Repubblica di San Marino
How to get there
We recommend traveling to Rimini on the Italian east coast. From there it is a 30 min drive to San Marino.
Rimini has an airport which a few airlines use. Read more: www.riminiairport.com
If you fly to Bologna there are plenty of trains going to Rimini. It is a 2 hours train ride with TreniItalia.
Find trains to Rimini here: www.trenitalia.com
You can also fly to Venice and take trains from there to Rimini.
From Rimini there are buses going to San Marino. Tickets can be bought directly on the bus.
You can also take a taxi from the train station.
Where to stay
San Marino city has several hotels up on the city hill (which is most convenient).
If you decide to stay further down hill there is a cable car on the west side which makes it easy to get to the top.
The Visit San Marino web site has a good starting point to plan your visit.
Here are a few hotels that we suggest:
Hotel Titano https://www.hoteltitano.com/en/
Hotel Cesare https://www.hotelcesare.com/en/
Grand Hotel San Marino https://www.grandhotel.sm/en/
Hotel La Rocca https://www.hotellaroccasm.com/
What to do and see
San Marino has a long and fascinating history starting back in the year 307 AD. The small republic is full of things to see and activities to experience.
Don’t forget that you can book a guided tour of the old town when you register! Free of charge.