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We love to bring friends and family to San Leo when visiting Italy. The landscape is amazing the the tour of the fortress is excellent. It is a steep walk though usually possible to get transport for €1. Very well kept and there are interesting...More
We visited the fortres and the small village, San Leo. The village is small, but very pretty and has a friendly atmosphere. The view is breathtaking, mostly from the fortress. The entry is 9 euro and it is very interesting exhibition.
We were staying nearby on the Italian Riviera and had a trip to San Leo. The weather wasn't that great so we headed off to the fort. It cost about 10 euros each to get in, but there was lots to see. There were dungeons...More
We drove from Rimini . Parked in the town and walked up to the fort. We have a young baby and managed ok with the few sets of stairs and the baby buggy. Most of the hill has concrete paths. I found the museum very...More
We took the shuttle bus up to the castle, as I walk with a stick and even though the walking at the top of the castle is quite steep it was worth it.
The audio guide was so informative that it made the the visit...More
Just excellent, lovely quite central square with a few bars, lovely & peaceful, in September anyway. You park well outside the town & can get an arranged shuttle bus into the square, then walk up to the castle. The walk up is fine. Great views...More
This is a "must stop" for the one travelling in the area. It has been perfectly restored, in the meaning that it has been done with elegance, not in a dazzling way. The content it is interesting and goes from the Middle Age (including torture...More
Excellent place to visit. Beautiful fort on a cliff top with stunning views, just the sort of Italian scene you think about in your dreams!
You can't drive to the fort, you have to park in the village of San Leo 200m below and either...More