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Passport Stamps: San Marino


Visitor Center Stamp in San Marino: June 9, 2013.

San Marino is landlocked, small, completely within Italy, and has no airport. Therefore, you can really only drive there and there is no official border or customs stop so no real opportunity to get a passport stamp. In the main toursit office in the old town (up on the mountain) you can pay 5 to get an "official" tourist stamp in your passport though. Good enough for me!