Trip from Genoa
to San Marino

Trip details

Departure from Genoa
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to San Marino
13:25h

Trip duration: 265min

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Places you can visit along the way

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Ferrari Museum
Italy

135 min

Here you have a unique opportunity to sit in the legendary Ferrari and make few laps around the track in the semiprofessional simulator of F1... inside the museum. Now, who would want to miss that?! Discover the stories about the brand’s overall history and stories about the personal life of its founder, the legendary Enzo Ferrari.

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Shrine of Nostra Signora della Guardia
Italy

75 min

Located on the top of Monte Figogna Shrine of Nostra Signora della Guardia is a famous destination of pilgrims from Genoa and from and all... over Italy. According the tradition it was originally built as a modest wooden chapel by a peasant named Benedetto Pareto in 1490. The Virgin Mary appeared to him and asked him to build a chapel on the mountain. But, being only a poor man he was afraid he would not be able to do that. Few days passed, he fell from a tree and suffered from serious injuries. But Virgin Mary miraculously healed him so he started spreading the news about this event and start building the chapel with the help of the villagers. During the following years, the number of pilgrims grew rapidly and between 1528 and 1530 news shrine was built. In 1903 the old church was demolished a completely new shrine had to be built to accommodate countless pilgrims visiting the shrine every year.

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Gavi Fortress
Italy

105 min

It is well worth to pass the narrow road leading to this massive fortress for its fascinating history and a stunning panorama from the top.... The origins of the fortress are unknown but it is assumed that it dates back to pre-Roman or Roman times. It has changed several owners during the course of centuries for which it has passed different transformations. During the second half of the 19th century the fortress became a criminal jail, which continued to be up until the beginning of the following century and during the two world wars it was a prisoner-of-war camp.

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Palazzo Ducale
Italy

75 min

The current appearance of this superb palace is the merit of Duke Francesco I d'Este who transformed the old medieval castle into a Ducal summer... residence in 1634. Palazzo Ducale is also known as “Delizia” (delight) for its architectural and decorative richness. Everything about this palace is impressive, but especially the rich 17th century frescoes by French artist Jean Boulanger and the magnificent Peschiera, a fish tank that resembles a ruined amphitheater. It takes about an hour to finish the well-informative guided tour.

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Rocca Sanvitale
Italy

90 min

When it was first built, in 12th century, Rocca Sanvitale was just a humble tower, but after the extensions made by the Sanvitale family, it... became an extraordinary noble residence. The castle is accessed via a small bridge because it is completely surrounded by a deep water ditch. A guided tour is required to see the interior furnished with 16th, 17th and 18th century furnishings, antique armory and china. The most famous parts of the castle are the frescoes by Parmigianino and an optical chamber, where mirrors project a view of the town onto a wall. Should you need the English guided tour, you are advised to book in advance.

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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.