Architectural monuments, museums, art articles, trip goals the historical center of San Marino is only one monument, "a medieval weir system, which remained for the surprise of future generations by the centuries through". On the summit of the Monte Titano the three proud fortresses rise up into the sky; they are today still connected by attachment walls and courses with the underlying city, which is enclosed with numerous gates, bastions and military towers by a three-way wall ring. Within the citywalls the roads, places, buildings, churches and the medieval houses made of stone nearly everywhere retain their strict, pictorial original appearance. Beside the three towers - Guaita, Cesta and Montale, those a tourist an attendance to fail cannot (particularly second, also the museum for antiquity weapons accommodated) - the most important objects of interest are the government palace, the Basilika with the Chiesetta di San Pietro and the last resting-place of the holy Marino and Leo, the church San Francesco with a "Pinakothek" and museum, the church San Quirino or the Kapuziner-monchs and the exhibition of the hand work of San Marino. Different private collections are in addition considerable like the Collezione Maranello Rosso (Ferrari collection), the museum for modern weapons, the old timer museum, a museum of wax figures a curiosity collection and the reptilarium aquarium.
In the eight Castelli approximately around the Monte Titano (Acquaviva, Borgo Maggiore, Chiesanuova, Domagnano, Faetano, Fiorentino, Montegiardino and Serravalle) should not be forgotten the following objects of interest: the castle Malatesta by Serravalle, the modern, church of Borgo Maggiore, the post office museum for Philately and Numismatic (likewise in Borgo Maggiore, at present because of change closed), sketched by the Florentines architect Giovanni Michelucci, the church and the monastery of Valdragone, the attachments of Pennarossa as well as churches, old ruins and different curiosities everywhere.
Nature beauties like Monte Titano, the surrounding hill country with pine woods and natural parks (Pineta di Montecerreto, Parco Naturale in Montecchio, Parco Ausa in Dogana, Parco Laiala in Serravalle), the hiking path ' Percorso Vita ' in Domagnano as well as hunting and fishing resources.