SEPT-2013 Dies Natalis San Marino

 


SAN MARINO

UNESCO’s World Heritage


Your event in the Land of records:

  • the oldest Republic in the world;
  • the longest-lived country (quoted by WHO, 2009);
  • a Land rich in medieval traditions, art and culture
    looking to the future;
  • centuries-old hospitality;
  • eco-friendly destination: old-town closed to traffic and friendly,
    flexible, lively, city centre;
  • hotels and restaurants walking distance to each others;
  • easy to reach, thanks to its central position;

 

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San Marino is a Land to discover: a village that you can experience in a personalized way. The city centre, enclosed by mighty medieval stone walls and closed to traffic, is criss-crossed by narrow streets, lined with buildings and monuments, testimonies of the glorious past

 

Why San Marino?
Since July 2008, San Marino has been enlisted in the UNESCO’s World Heritage sites “as exceptional testimony of the establishment of a representative democracy based on civic autonomy and self-governance, with a unique uninterrupted continuity as the capital of an independent Republic which has persisted over the last seven hundred years (since the 13th century)”.

San Marino is a place where you can find thousand of reasons to live eternal moments. Its territory provides a unique setting for events: music festivals, historical pageants, art exhibitions, institutional ceremonies, sport meetings. High-quality life style: restaurants, food and wine tastings, historical monuments, wellness itineraries, cultural happenings, duty-free shopping. I
The Republic of San Marino is the place where you can live the present time together with middle age atmosphere. The land where the sunsets are natural paintings above the mountains. Institutional ceremonies, open to the public, will bring you into the official life of the oldest Republic in the World.


in collaboration with:
DIES NATALIS 2013
27-29 September
Republic of San Marino

DIES NATALIS Program

Discover San Marino
Discover San Marino


Friday: arrival of the participants in hotel
19:30 Welcome aperitif
20:30 Social dinner with folk music
23:30 Night walk through the “Castles”
Saturday: buffet breakfast in hotel
10:00 Meeting with local authorities
11:00 Guided city tour with visit at the Public Palace
13:00 Buffet lunch in the historic location
15:00 Free time for the shopping and/or wine taste
19:30 Aperitif
20:00 Medieval dinner with music and dance show
Sunday: buffet breakfast in hotel
10:00 Collective gathering at the Meeting room
10:30 Departure of the members
Old-town centre and its monuments

DIES NATALIS Costs
The full program cost will be:
Euro 250,00 per person in double room
Euro 80,00 supplement for single room
20% discount in the triple room
Rates include:
· 3 and 4 stars hotel accommodation
· Top quality restaurants
· Guided tour
· Museum entrance fees
· Transfer from/to Rimini Airport and Railway Station
· Info book with San Marino history
· Discount card 10% for the shopping in the centre

If you wish to extend your stay one more day B&B supplement Euro 60,00 per person in double room.
Contacts:
Convention & Visitors Bureau
Repubblica di San Marino
FEEC MEMBER
Mr. Francesco Brigante
francesco.brigante@cvb.sm
Office tel. (+378) 0549 888026
Mobile (+39) 333 6909702 www.cvb.sm

We wait for you in San Marino!
All-year-round excitement


How to reach us San-Marino-Land-of-Traditions-and-Festivals

BY PLANE

Rimini–San Marino“Federico Fellini” Airport
25 km distance www.riminiairport.com
Ancona “R. Sanzio” Airport
130 km distance – www.ancona-airport.com
Bologna “G. Marconi” Airport
132 km distance – www.bologna-airport.it
Venice “Marco Polo” Airport
285 km distance www.veniceairport.it
Rome” Fiumicino” Airport
350 km distance www.adr.it/fiumicino
Milan “Malpensa” Airport
390 km distance – www.malpensa.it

Daily direct flights from Rome (FCO) to Rimini (RMI).

BY TRAIN
Quick and regular rail links to Rimini Railway Station
from all major Italian cities. For time schedules visit:
www.trenitalia.com.

BY BUS
From Rimini Railway Station hourly public bus service
to San Marino (45 min.). For time schedules please visit:
http://www.bonellibus.it  and www.bus.it/benedettini/autolinee.htm

BY CAR
A14 Highway, Rimini South exit. Then follow the direc-
tion “Repubblica di San Marino” – 25 Km distance.

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