De La Fratta, San Marino
About De La Fratta, San Marino
De La Fratta, San Marino - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Salita Alla Cesta, 47890, San Marino
Ticket Price: 3 EUR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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Museum, Landmark, View Point, Family And Kids, Tower, Exhibition
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The second one of the three towers on the Monte Titano's summits, the Cesta Tower is the tallest of all, stretching in the sky at a height of 756 meters. Like the other two towers, this one too bequeaths visitors with panoramic views of the city. However, it wins among all the three owing to its height. This tower also houses the Museum of Ancient Weapons that exhibits a display of 1,550 weapons collected over time. Some glimpse into the region’s past defence system and sweeping views are reasons enough why this attraction is on the list of things to do in San Marino.
De La Fratta Ticket Prices
- Given ticket prices are exclusively for the Cesta Tower.
- You can also avail a cumulative ticket for this combined with the first tower for 4.50 Euros.
De La Fratta Opening and Closing Hours
- Visit times and rates may be subject to variation.
How To reach De La Fratta by Public Transport
- By rented car
- On foot
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De La Fratta, San Marino Reviews - Write a Review
The second of the must-see towers of San Marino and just as busy as the first tower. It's a five-minute walk from the other tower and this one has a weapons display inside and is easier to climb up - the stairs are less steep than the first tower. The views are just as impressive from here.
Great views of San Marino and the surrounding countryside from atop both of the towers. Good views of the third and first towers from here. Worth the couple of Euros charged for entry.
Great views of San Marino and the surrounding countryside. You can take nice photos about first tower too.
Great views - choose a clear day for your visit, if possible
I can't speak for the museum within, but it's delightful to walk along the old walls of San Marino, which offers views of the sea as well as the mountains. As others have pointed out, San Marino is best visited on a Sunday evening (you get less of the tourists, and more of the sunset in the west). Otherwise it might get busy, but the view will always be there.