San Marino Flights GuideThe Republic of San Marino is a microstate surrounded by Italy and is the third smallest country in Europe with a size of just over 61 square kilometres. This just means it's easier to see everything in the country once you're there including the fortress towers of Rocca Guaita and Torre Cesta dating back to the 13th century. Both towers sit on top of Mount Titano that also includes the third tower of Torre del Montale. If you're looking for museums, head to the capital of the same name in San Marino hosting an array of museums of every niche including a torture museum and stamp museum. San Marino hosts a variety of festivals including jazz, general music, and medieval festivities.
There are no airports in San Marino, so if you're planning on flying to the country you will have to make a bus connection through Federico Fellini International Airport in Rimini. San Marino has a Mediterranean climate with cool winters and warm summers. The average summer temperature falls at around 25 degrees celsius while it drops to 5 degrees in the winter.