Bus in San Marino
If you choose not to drive to San Marino, the best way to get from San Marino to Italy is by taking a bus to Rimini. Coaches between the two countries provide an efficient, comfortable way to travel.
Buses between San Marino and Italy are run by Bonelli Bus. The company runs nice coaches with comfortable seats and air conditioning. There is a luggage hold below the passenger area of the bus, as well as overhead storage for smaller bags.
Buses depart from Piazzale Calcigni in the city center, and make several stops in San Marino before continuing on to Italy. The last stops are in Rimini, where the bus lets passengers off at the Arco d’Augusto and at the train station in the center of the city.
In the high season, buses depart San Marino every 1 or 2 hours every day of the week. During the low season, they leave every 1 or 2 hours from Monday to Saturday, and 8 times daily on Sundays and public holidays.
The travel time on the bus to Rimini is around 50 minutes to 1 hour. If there is road congestion on the way, it may take longer. As such, if you have onward travel plans in Rimini, you may want to schedule a slightly longer layover to ensure you make your connection.
Tickets for buses from San Marino to Italy cost 4.50 euros one-way. You can buy your ticket from the driver when you board. The driver will have change, but coins or small notes are appreciated.