Best Things to Do in San Marino
Even if it is a small country, there are many things to do in San Marino. You don’t need a car. You don’t need to climb too high or go down too low. Every tourist attraction in this 9-commune republic is right there and easy to reach. You don’t need a San Marino travel guide. All you need is a liter of iced water, a good pair of walking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses and a baby towel to wipe your sweat while you trek the 61 sq. km. hilly republic.
15. Coin and Stamp Museum
San Marino has a very wide collection of coins and stamps. They also call this museum the Museo Filatelico e Numismatico and it has scudi coins from the 18th century. Scudi or scudo in singular form is the mode of trade or exchange in Italy since 1551. The museum has kept it and preserved for viewing purposes.
The stamps of San Marino show a bit of their history. The earliest collection of stamps was from the 1700’s and it was kept safe and untouched for centuries.