Day Tour from Florence to Visit San Marino and Bologna

11 h
Day Trips & Excursions
difficulty Easy
Wheelchair Not Accessible
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Knowledgeable guides and comfortable ride

Michael W.
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Day Tour from Florence to Visit San Marino and Bologna

Discover two of the most enchanting destinations in Italy with a unique tour from Florence. This amazing day excursion includes a guided tour of San Marino and its outstanding heritage, as well as free time to explore Bologna and its magnificent landmarks.

Exclusive tour from Florence to visit San Marino and Bologna
Traveling by fully equipped modern GT Coach
Guided visit of San Marino and its most famous attractions
Free time to visit Bologna and the great cultural heritage it holds

Join us for one of the most exciting and fascinating tours from Florence, a day spent discovering two of the most enchanting destinations in Italy. During this fabulous day excursion from Florence, you will get to visit the marvelous San Marino, the oldest and also smallest republic in the world, as well as the magnificent Bologna, filled with great attractions and a pleasant atmosphere.

A day tour to explore two wonderful cities from Florence

This is the perfect way to spend a day outside Florence, following us as we drive through the Italian countryside towards the two exceptional places. The first trip of this amazing tour from Florence will be San Marino and its small capital perched atop the Mount Titano, one of the most impressive sights in the world.

Visit San Marino togheter with a professional guide

You will follow our guide and discover the most famous attractions of San Marino, exploring the streets and squares of the old city, a place filled with history and culture. Among others, you will have time to admire the beautiful Palazzo del Governo and Piazza della Libertà, as well as the wonderful Basilica del Santo Marino.
You will learn more about the unique history of San Marino and how this small country came to exist and survived until now. The tour of San Marino will also include time to enjoy the breathtaking views from atop the towers of the city, admiring the hills and seaside of the Italian countryside. After lunch, you will also have time for shopping and the prices are even lower than Italy, perfect for those who wish to buy souvenirs.

Move to Bologna, one of the most famous Italian cities

The tour will continue with a visit to Bologna, an enchanting city bustling with culture and life, an opportunity to visit the oldest university in the world. The tour of Bologna will include free time so you can visit whatever landmarks you wish, from the magnificent Piazza Maggiore with its palaces and the huge Basilica of San Petronio, to the famous twin towers of Asinelli and Garisenda, from where one could get an astonishing panorama of the city.
Bologna is also the city of porticoes and there are literally kilometers to be explored. This is truly a wonderful and interesting way to discover the beauty of Italy, a unique tour of Bologna and San Marino from Florence.

More day excursions from Florence!

If you want to explore unusual sights of Italy and are looking for day trips from Florence, check out our Cinque Terre Tour and our Ferrari tour to Maranello.

  • San Marino
  • Bologna
  • Transfer by bus with air conditioning and wi-fi
  • Tour escort
  • Guided tour of San Marino
  • Free time in Bologna
  • Lunch
  • Tips (optional)
Meeting point: 

Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.


We suggest you to wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
For infant 0-2 years old this tour is free. For children 3-12 there is a 50% discount.

Confirmation will be received at time of booking. You will receive a voucher. This is your ticket and proof of purchase.

Reviews of Day Tour from Florence to Visit San Mari...

Reviewed by Michael W. from

Checked another European Micro Country off my bucket list.

Overall an excellent tour. Knowledgeable guides and comfortable ride. A little confusing checking in though. A little signage around the meeting point would go a long way. I'll be using Italy XP again. Mike W. Billerica, MA.