Getting to San Marino
San Marino has no airports. The nearest major airport is at Rimini . There are other airports at Ancona , Bologna and Forli
San Marino has no railway stations. The nearest major railway station is at Rimini .
You should have no problems driving into San Marino. Border controls do not exist.
San Marino is highly accessible but can take 3-4 hours from the West.
Mostly all free parking, try not to park right at the bottom of the hill, otherwise it's a long way to the top!
By busBus 72 runs from Rimini to San Marino daily at regular intervals. A return ticket costs around ˆ 8. This bus can be found just outside the Rimini train station. Note that the bus when we showed up for the bus just a few minutes before departure it was full and we were told to wait until the next bus, one hour later. It is perhaps then advisable to show up a little bit earlier to ensure enough seats remain on the bus. There was someone selling tickets at the bus stop before the bus itself arrived. City Gate into Walled San Marino
By other means
There is a 1.5 km cable railway connecting the city of San Marino to Borgo Maggiore.