Founded in 301 d.C. on top of Mount Titano, San Marino is the oldest Republic in Europe , and in 1994 he obtained the recognition of the site Unesco world Heritage site. The three castles were intended to protect the city from the top: the Second Tower, Rocca Cesta, the highest of the three, dates back to the THIRTEENTH century, and inside is not to be missed is the Museum of Weapons. The streets of the historic centre are the ideal place for lovers of shopping, because in San Marino, various products they cost a lot less.
The hill of Gradara is dominated by the majestic Rocca di Gradara and its fortified village, one of the medieval buildings in the best preserved of the Marche region and of Italy. The tradition wants that it was in the Fortress of Gradara was the seat of the tormented love of Paolo and Francesca, sung by Dante in the V canto of the Inferno. Strolling along the walkways, in the stretch of walls of the XIV century, which surrounds the village, you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view.