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14 thoughts on “Visiting San Marino: Oldest Sovereign State in the World!

  1. Coincidentally, I was just reading a post on International Bellhop about this intriguing country yesterday. So glad that you decided to share your experience and provided even more insight on this gem of a country. I missed it on previous trips to Italy, but I am determined to get there on my next trip.

    1. Hi Barbara,
      Small world!!! I had never heard of it and thought it was a city in Italy but it turned out to be one of our favorite stops on our Italy soccer trip. It’s the same small population size as the small beach town that I grew up in too!

    1. Thanks so much Patricia. We all really enjoyed our fast, brief overview of Italy and San Marino! We are hoping to go back someday as a family and we’d start in Rome which we didn’t visit and spend more time in San Marino, Florence and Tuscany.

    1. Hi Erik,
      I think you are the kind of kid that will take a summer backpacking through Europe one day!!! I regret that I never did that. And, when you do, I hope you will have to visit San Marino! If you end up playing a lot of soccer, you might end up there for a tournament as well!

  2. Thank you for this enjoyable diary of your trip. Very interesting that the site was a former quarry from which the walls and buildings were constructed. Certainly looking forward to visit one day with the kids. Do you have any recommendations for children’s picture books featuring San Marino or suitable books for kids about San Marino? Thank you in advance for your time!

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