San Marino Visa Requirements

US citizens with a valid passport do not need a visa to travel to San Marino for business or tourism.

Please note, Swift does not offer visa services to this country and is unfortunately unable to help you with this destination.  However, we have included some basic information on travel requirements below:

US Passport Holder Travel Requirements

San Marino is part of Italy.  Italy is a Schengen nation which means that US citizens may enter Italy for up to 90 days for tourist or business purposes without a visa. Your passport should be valid for at least three months beyond your intended length of stay, Swift reccomends 6 months.  You will need at least 2 blank visa pages, and may be asked to prove you have sufficient funds and a return airline ticket.  For recent travel requirement changes and more detailed information, please refer to the State Department website.

Non US Passport Holder Travel Requirements

Check Swift’s Schengen visa information page to see if you require a Schengen visa. Swift does not assist with Schengen visas because you will be required to appear in person at a foreign consulate to obtain your Schengen visa. 

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