Flights to Serravalle
Serravalle is in the small European country of San Marino. It’s not a town or a state as such but has the designation of ‘castello’ (meaning castle) so it’s actually one of San Marino’s municipalities, and includes the country’s largest town, Dogana.
Since there are no airports anywhere in San Marino, flights to Serravalle will have to arrive elsewhere. The most common approach from South Africa is to fly to the Federico Fellini International Airport (airport code: RMI) in nearby Rimini, Italy. It’s only 16 kilometres away, and there is a regular bus service to Serravalle. A 1-stop flight to Serravalle landing in Rimini is offered with Lufthansa and South African Airways, both with connections in Munich. British Airways and BMI offer a two stop flight that will take you through London as well as Munich.
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The Tourist Attractions of Serravalle:
Serravalle is San Marino’s northern most castello and with a population of about 9,500 people it’s the most densely populated municipality in the country. Most of this population lives in San Marino’s largest city, Dogana, which sits right at the border between San Marino and Italy so it’s a popular stopping off point for travellers coming in to Serravalle from Italy. Despite its population size and its location, Serravalle isn’t exactly overflowing with tourist attractions. There are things to see and do here, but most of San Marino’s popular tourist attractions are located within the country’s capital city, the City of San Marino.
Only about a 20 minute drive away from Dogana, San Marino City is easily accessible from Serravalle municipality so you could comfortably stay in a hotel here in Serravalle then drive in or get public transport into the capital city.
In San Marino City there are many different sights to see including one of the country’s top tourist attractions and best known landmarks the Palazzo Pubblico. This is the town hall of the city and it’s a striking medieval building that was built between 1884 and 1894. The City of San Marino is a walled city and you can still see very well preserved sections of the city walls as well as the old gates.
Monte Titano is another top attraction, and it along with the historic centre of San Marino is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the top of this mountain are three towers, commonly known as the Three Towers of San Marino, two of which are accessible to the public. There’s an aerial tramway to Monte Titano which offers fabulous views as you’re rising upwards, and of course the views from the top are pretty spectacular too.
When Should You Visit?:
Serravalle enjoys a Mediterranean climate so there are warm and quite dry summers here. Summer is obviously the most popular time to visit and the nice weather makes this a great time for sightseeing and being outdoors. Spring and autumn can be nice too, and with pleasant temperatures, plus it’s quieter at this time of the year in terms of number of visitors. Winters are mild, though there is rainfall.