The city walls of San Marino reveal to the visitor a rich and exciting cultural heritage.
The Government Building, the Parva Domus, the Basilica del Santo, the towering Fortresses, the Convents of San Francesco and Santa Chiara, the Titano Theatre, the Mercuri, Pergami – Belluzzi, Begni and Valloni Buildings, the Cava dei Balestrieri, and Piazza della Libertà are just some of the monuments and squares alive in the heart of every San Marino citizen.
The excitement of the visitor really reaches its peak however when, from the top of Mount Titano, he/she is able to admire the unique landscape which stretches from the hills of Montefeltro to the Adriatic Riviera, by simply spinning round him/herself.
A guided visit of the old-town centre is never simple or banal. In this respect, the Consorzio San Marino 2000 , thanks to the support of expert and professional tourist guides, proposes a number of alternative and exciting ways to discover the peculiar features of each township and each building.