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Mount Titan, City of San Marino

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With castle-like walls, towers, and gates growing out of the large grassy mound, Mount Titan represents a protected World Heritage Site. Three ancient towers--Guaita, Cesta, and Montale--sit atop the three mountain peaks and have become a symbol of the city-state. The mountain provides the backdrop for the small country and is home to many architecturally and culturally important areas, such as the Palazzo Pubblico, the Basilica del Santo Marino, and Teatro Titano Theatre. Put Mount Titan and other City of San Marino attractions into our City of San Marino vacation planning tool, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • very nice views in winter, makes a pretty magical scene. although the tower was closed due to safety reasons as difficult to climb. but worth it to go in winter. 
    very nice views in winter, makes a pretty magical scene. although the tower was closed due to safety reasons as difficult to climb. but worth it to go in winter.  more »
  • San Marino is the third smallest country in Europe and its symbol is the three towers, which can be found at the three highest points of the country. The highest one, La Cesta, stands on the top of... 
    San Marino is the third smallest country in Europe and its symbol is the three towers, which can be found at the three highest points of the country. The highest one, La Cesta, stands on the top of...  more »
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  • Truly beautiful place to visit, great piece of architecture and history unfortunately ruined by capitalism and irrelevant, not needed shops around every corner
  • Monte Titano, a great gem. We headed to San Marino from Ancona, about an hours drive. The drive was easy enough on the toll roads, about £4, followed by some great windy roads to get to the cable car that would propel us up to the mountains summit. The cable car was cheap for a return ticket, about €4. You have to sort of force your way onto the cable car once it arrives as there is limited space and no clear queue. Once at the top there are stunning views of the surrounding area. The place is fairly large with many shops and restaurants. Most of the castle is accessible for free with just one of the 4 main towers, that we saw, requiring payment to enter which we avoided. A fantastic day out and definitely worth a visit in the area.

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