Trip from Bologna
to San Marino

Trip details

Departure from Bologna
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to San Marino
10:42h

Trip duration: 102min

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Places you can visit along the way

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Forte di San Leo
Italy

90 min

Perched on top of a hill, the Fort of San Leo dominates from its height the homonymous village. During the course of centuries, different civilizations... fought for this fortress - the Byzantines, Goths, Franks and Lombards. Today the fortress features a museum and symbolizes one of the most famous examples of military art. A fine collection of ancient and modern arms, from the Middle Age (including torture tools) to the weapons from the 2nd World War is exhibited within its halls.

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Ravenna
Italy

135 min

Awe-inspiring ancient mosaics are the first thing coming to mind when someone mentions Ravenna. Consequently, the most noteworthy site in Ravena is the Mausoleum of... Galla Placidia, filled with mosaics which UNESCO experts have described as “the best preserved of all mosaic monuments and one of the most artistically perfect.” But the city also prides on many other ancient monuments that are almost equally unique and sensational. Just to think, Ravenna has 8 sites featured on the UNESCO World Heritage List!

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Faenza
Italy

105 min

When in Emilia Romagna region, be sure not to miss the town of Faenza, not only for its remarkable ceramics museum. The medieval heart of... the town has lots of interesting buildings to be seen such as the neoclassical Palazzo Milzetti or the renaissance cathedral and 16th century clock tower. So, do tour the historic center which is quite lively, especially on market days (Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays). The town’s main attraction is the International Ceramics Museum, which features extensive range of local pottery, antique ceramics from all over the world as well as the contemporary pieces.

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Imola
Italy

105 min

Imola is a relatively small city but a city of great history. It attracts visitors for its ancient architectural places, wonderful museums, unforgettable landscapes, and,... of course the famous Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dineo Ferrari. If you wish to delve into the history of the town, check out the museum in the Rocco Sforzesca, or Sforza Castle as it displays over 600 pieces dating from the 14th to 20th centuries and you’ll get an invaluable insight into the city’s past. Other attractions worth exploring are Santo Domenico Church built in the middle of the 15th century, the Church of St. Augustine from the 13th century, the beautiful palaces of Riario and Volpe and the Museum of Risorgimento, home to wonderful paintings and tapestries of local artisans.

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Dozza
Italy

105 min

Step into the wonderland. Dozza is a small town of very ancient origins but today looks more like an open-air art museum, with colorful paintings... all over the town. Every two years, in September, Dozza is hosting The Biennale di Muro Dipinto when famous national and international artists gather here. If you are more fan of classic art, there is also the imposing renaissance fortress, the Rocca Sforzesca, situated at the top of the village. And finish up your amazing trip with a glass of wine in the Enoteca Regionale dell’Emilia Romagna situated in the evocative cellars of the Fortress.