San Marino Bus
If you don’t plan on driving in Italy, the best way to get from Italy to San Marino is by bus. Buses from Rimini to San Marino are the fastest service between the two countries, and offer a comfortable ride.
Buses are run by a company called Bonelli Bus. They operate clean coaches with individual seats and luggage storage both underneath the bus and over the seating area.
Buses depart from Arco d’Augusto and from a bus stop across the street from the Rimini train station. In the summer, services operate every 1 to 2 hours daily. In the winter, buses depart every 1 to 2 hours on weekdays and Saturdays, and eight times a day on Sundays and public holidays.
Once in San Marino, buses make several stops before terminating at the bus station in Piazzale Calcigni in the city center.
The journey time to San Marino is approximately 50 minutes to an hour. Traffic can cause delays, so if you have a connection to make once you get to your final destination, make sure to leave yourself extra time.
Tickets for buses from Rimini to San Marino can be purchased on board the bus. They cost 4.50 euros for single tickets. Exact change is appreciated, but not necessary, as the driver can give you change.