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hatches02 wrote a review Oct 11
Monopoli, Italy76 contributions5 helpful votes
Our visit was to watch the presidential ceremony. The setting and the event itself were fantastic and definitely worth the trip to one of the oldest democracies in the world - since 1286 the ceremony and systems have been the same.
Date of experience: September 2020
MikesWorld1111 wrote a review Aug 2020
Nice, France644 contributions204 helpful votes
The day we were in San Marino the Palazzo was not open to the public but we caught the changing of the guard which was OK.
Date of experience: August 2020
TracyP1965 wrote a review Mar 2020
Melbourne, Australia99 contributions42 helpful votes
This Palazzo is easy to find and has the most stunning views. There are a few restaurants, shops and cafe's near by so a great place to grab a wine or coffee and watch Italian life go by. The architecture is just gorgeous and such great photo opportunities from up there.
Date of experience: July 2019
Sneha Hegde wrote a review Mar 2020
Montpellier, France19 contributions1 helpful vote
Rather than taking a guided tour, I would suggest you to explore the places by yourself. You will also get to see a beautiful view from this place.
Date of experience: September 2019
airbus32 wrote a review Feb 2020
Tucson, Arizona42 contributions15 helpful votes
This is more of a review of San Marino itself rather than just the Palazzo Pubblico. We spent just one night in San Marino but what a find! Perched upon a hilltop, this country/city is a wonderful place filled with a rich history. There are many restaurants, shops, and things to do and see. It is well worth your time to visit the castle (all 3 parts) along with it's museums. The people are friendly and the food is very good. We found a great wine shop which had some amazing Italian wines for amazing prices. If you ever have a night or two in between Florence and say Venice, this is well worth a stop.…
Date of experience: October 2019