My fantasy paradise- San Marino

Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it.”- Greg Anderson
We usually dream about the place we always want to see. All of us always want to go to a place that can provide us some peace and comfort. And have a dream destination in our life. Like others, I too have a dream destination. The place I always want to see and spend some time of my life there. The place that can provide me immense joy and happiness. Time for relaxing and regaining lost energy. San Marino is my dream destination and I want to share some of the interesting things from San Marino.

San Marino was founded in the 4th century AD and is one of the oldest and smallest countries in the world. San Marino has a population of around 30,000 people only. It is a home to world heritage sites like Mount Titano, San Marino City, and Borgo Maggiore.
Some people address it as the tiny country of the green oasis—the perfect place to relax and enjoy surroundings. San Marino has unspoiled land, rolling hills, wineries, and fortresses, that makes it a more beautiful place to visit. You can even witness a view of the Riviera Romagnola beaches! San Marino is a place with tax-free shopping. The country has hundreds of chic shops and boutiques, malls, and outlets with an extensive range of electronics and clothing for all.

Now, if we talk about its food then San Marino has simple yet delicious cuisines, with flavors mixed with local herbs and ingredients. There is also an extensive range of wines and after dinner liquors in San Marino.

You can even travel to Italy from San Marino as they are quite near to each other. There is no border control in between both the countries so, you don’t need your passport to enter Italy from San Marino or vice-versa. The local currency of San Marino is the Euro and the official language is Italian, still, some people speak English also. San Marino has a wide range of museums from traditional paintings to the unique collections. Highlights of the country include the State Museum (large collection of paintings, coins, and archaeological objects), San Francesco Museum (16th-century paintings), Museum of Ancient Arms, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Wax Museum, Museum of Curious Objects, the Ferrari and Abarth Museum, and many more.

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