The Republic of San Marino is 10 km as the crow flies from the Adriatic Sea and has no airport or train station, so it is possible to get there:
Highway A14 Bologna – Ancona, Rimini Sud exit – Freeway Rimini – San Marino SS72
Highway A14 Bologna – Ancona, Rimini Nord exit – “Marecchiese” road n° 258.
Connections via bus lines and several bus routes from Rimini Train Station and Arco d’Augusto (year-round), from Tripoli Square (in summer).
For schedules, consult the Bonelli Company’s official website:
Via Murano, 54 – Riccione
Phone +39 0541-662069 (www.bonellibus.com)
Fratelli Benedettini Bus
Via Ovella, 13 – Valdragone (RSM)
Phone +378 0549-903854
For those traveling by train from the north, one reaches the Rimini train station and continues from there by bus to San Marino.
For those traveling by train from the south, you can stop at Cattolica, Misano or Riccione stations where there are bus connections.
Rimini railway station
Piazzale Cesare Battisti, 1 – Rimini
Customer Care – Phone +39 0541-703331
Call Center Trenitalia – Phone +39.06.68475475
There are no areoports in San Marino.
Depending on the airlines, it is possible to get to the nearest airport:
- Federico Fellini International Airport Rimini San Marino (27 km) RMI
Via Flaminia, 409 – Miramare di Rimini
+39 0541-715711 (www.riminiairport.com)
- Ancona-Falconara Marittima Airport R.Sanzio AOI
- Bologna Airport G.Marconi BLQ
DISTANCE FROM MAIN CITIES
RSM – Rimini: 24 Km
RSM – Bologna: 135 Km
RSM – Ancona: 130 Km
RSM – Roma: 350 Km
RSM – Milano: 330 Km
Check out the map of San Marino to get your bearings and create your own itinerary.
How to get to the historic center of San Marino
The Bonelli bus service stops in the P1 BUS parking lot (see map) located adjacent to the walls of the historic center and the San Francesco Gate from which you can access the town by foot.
From June to September there is also the By Train San Marino service, with a distinctive blue-white train that runs from the historic center of Borgo Maggiore to the cable car stop.