Trip from Siena
to San Marino

Trip details

Departure from Siena
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to San Marino
12:03h

Trip duration: 183min

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Places you can visit along the way

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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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Florence
Italy

135 min

Florence is not only the crown jewel of Tuscany but it is also one of world’s greatest history and art cities. A preferred weekend getaway... for many Europeans, Florence seduces every visitor, whether you are a first-time stop-by traveler or a repeat visitor who just can’t get enough of this allure. It boasts amazing artwork and architecture, churches, museums and monuments. The most popular and important sites in Florence are Il Duomo - Florence’s cathedral, the Baptistery, the Uffizi, the Bargello, and the Accademia. But it also has a vibrant social scene full of quirky shops and quality crafts, restaurants, cafes and famous Italian pastry shops. You can’t leave Florence without trying Italian gelato and the best way to enjoy it is to sit near the Arno River, while admiring the Ponte Vecchio.

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San Gimignano
Italy

105 min

It is said that Italy is practically a "living museum", so it’s quite reasonable that even the smallest towns are concealing great art. San Gimignano... is one of those little treasure chests. Famous for its fascinating Romanesque and Gothic architecture and 14 towers (originally the town had 72 towers!), the town boasts in museums with Italian artworks of the 14th and 15 centuries. If time permits, head for one of San Gimignano's many restaurants as it is a great opportunity to try typical Tuscan home cooking. Heads up – although it’s a relatively small community, it can get quite busy during the peak travel season because it is one of the preferred tourist attractions.

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Prato
Italy

105 min

Don’t be surprised by the slow pace of this town! Prato seems to have overtaken the Spanish siesta and from one to three o’clock each... afternoon it’s leisure time. This will give you a divine opportunity to soak in its impressive architecture, culture, and history. Spend some time basking in the history and the tradition that is still very much alive in countless palaces and castles, narrow streets and museums.