San Remo

San Remo is in Italy. It lies on the Italian Riviera, near the border with France.

Get in

City center

San Remo's train station and bus terminal are both located in the city center. The Italian train company Trenitalia offers frequent connections to Ventimiglia to the west (on the border with France) and Turin and Genoa to the east.

Get around

The center of San Remo is quite small, and all places of interest can be reached on foot.


- Villa Nobel: the house of Alfred Nobel where he lived the last year of his life; the building can be visited with a guided tour.

- Villa Hanbury: located near Sanremo is an open air botanical garden where over 5,800 tropical species grow.



There is one street of major shopping lots of high end italian designers great place to shop in the center of town.


As you walk round San Remo there are loads of ice cream parlours and cafés all brilliant for watching the days go by.

Lollipop in the Piazza Columba has great gelato.

Café Renaissance in Piazza Columba adjacent to McDonalds is wonderful for home made pastries and pasta.

Nonna's on Corso Garibaldi 34 has superb homemade pasta and gnocci but beware of the €2 "tourist tax" for bread. Affordable prices at about €10-15 for a main.


For information about all hotel you can visit the official site


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