Trip from Rome - Leonardo da Vinci – Fiumicino Airport
to San Marino

Trip details

Departure from Rome - Leonardo da Vinci – Fiumicino Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to San Marino
13:20h

Trip duration: 260min

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Trip details

Departure from Rome - Leonardo da Vinci – Fiumicino Airport
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Places you can visit along the way

Quality photo of Forte di San Leo - Italy

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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Perugia
Italy

135 min

The spectacular medieval town with historic buildings, squares, shops and restaurants, Perugia is one of the top places to visit in Umbria. The best way... to savor the spirit of this remarkable city is to wander through its narrow streets, drink coffee on square The Piazza IV Novembre, spend some time in National Gallery of Umbria – Palazzo dei Priori, and soothe your mind in Cathedral of San Lorenzo.

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Todi
Italy

75 min

The town of Todi belongs to the best Umbria’s attractions. It is perched on a 400 meters hill that overlooks the River Tibet. Todi is... surrounded by 3 sets of walls – Etruscan, Roman and “new” Medieval walls, all three proving the rich town’s history. Legend says that Todi was built by Hercules, but archeological excavations confirm that Umbri people established their residence here in about the 8th century BC. The heart of this town is Piazza del Popolo and almost all Todi's main medieval monuments – the appealing cathedral Il Duomo, the Palazzo del Capitano, the Palazzo del Priore and the Palazzo del Popolo — front on this main square. Todi is also very famous for the cookery and healthy local food so Buon appetito!

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Assisi
Italy

135 min

A city that charms at the first glance, but even more the longer you stay. Regardless of how many times you've been before, there is... always a reason to come back. It is a town of strong religious heritage - St. Francis founded his Franciscan order here, it is also the birthplace of St. Clare and Saint Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows. The Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi with famous Giotto’s frescoes is an ultimate pilgrimage site. Every lane and every corner of this mystical little town boasts the atmosphere of peace.

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Orte Sotterranea
Italy

105 min

A fascinating underground maze of tunnels was first built by the Etruscans to bring water from the hilltops into their huge underground cisterns. The Romans... than perfected this labyrinth by adding fountains and wells. Orte Sotterranea is an adventurous archaeological site that shows, in all its beauty, the skillfulness and creativity of ancient people. Visitors can explore this underground marvel through a guided tour which should be booked online at http://www.visitaorte.com/prenota-la-tua-visita

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Carsulae Archaeological Site
Italy

75 min

Simply said the site is a must see. It is a fascinating walk into the history through a large archaeological site that takes approximately 2... hours. Carsulae was a medium-size city, built in the 3rd century BC as part of the Roman colonization of Umbria. At its zenith the city developed many important structures such as thermal baths, theaters, temples and other amenities. Despite its progress, the city was abandoned and never resettled and it is unknown to this day why. Interesting and specific architectural remains that visitors can explore are the amphitheater, remnants of the forum, the 9th century church of Saints Cosma and Damiano as well as a small museum that is home to a big, almost life sized, lion which symbolizes the inevitability of death.