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San Marino 7Oct2022
San Marino Terra

 The “Terra di San Marino” Agricultural Cooperative Consortium was established in 2003 to protect and enhance the flavours and authenticity of local production. It is a San Marino cooperative project, launched by the trade associations of this sector, the State of San Marino and the 6 farmers’ cooperatives of the territory: San Marino breeders Cooperative, Cooperative for the Storage of Agricultural Products, San Marino Olive Growers Cooperative, San Marino Wine Consortium, San Marino Beekeepers' Cooperative and San Marino Milk Producers’ Cooperative.

It is a joint project through which San Marino  intends to promote quality in agriculture and which shows the awareness and commitment of San Marino farmers to guarantee food value and safety together with the protection of the environment and of rural traditions.

The “Terra di San Marino” mark is only awarded to those products that are typically and naturally made in San Marino after quality controls have been carried out, that is, originating exclusively in the territory of San Marino and which have followed the strict production rules laid down by the Consortium.

The Terra di San Marino Consortium is based at the Casa Fabrica which, today, is now home to the Museum of Rural Life and Traditions of the Republic of San Marino and was created to protect a cultural heritage for future generations.

Casa Fabrica welcomes visitors by transporting them into the rural atmosphere through a journey into the history and traditions of San Marino, with rooms and objects that reveal a time now forgotten...

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The Museum of rural life and traditions is the first fully accessible and tactile museum in the Republic of San Marino for all visitors with disabilities.
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Guided tour of the MUSEUM OF RURAL LIFE

Maximum 20 participants at a time. Duration of approximately 45 minutes
From 9 a.m. - 12 p.m (3 groups)
From 2.30 - 4.30 p.m. (2 groups)

A visit to a typical rural San Marino house "Casa Fabrica" - home of the Museum and the "Terra di San Marino" Consortium.

An expert in local traditions will accompany the visitors for the entire tour and will demonstrate how the 1800s Old Loom inside the museum works.

Images of the Museum of Rural Life and Traditions

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 Guided tour of the FIRST AND SECOND TOWER

Maximum 50 participants at a time. Duration of approximately 2 hours 
From 9 a.m. - 12 p.m (3 groups)
From 2.30 - 4.30 p.m. (2 groups)

A Visit to the Historical Centre with entrance to the Basilica del Santo and walk to the First and Second Towers. The price does not include entrance to museums, monuments and Towers.

The tour will be available in English, French, German, Spanish, and Russian.

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"Mani in pasta" cooking class using "TERRA di SAN MARINO" flours and products

Maximum 16 participants at a time. Duration of approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. 
1st group from 9 - 10.30 a.m.
2nd group from 11 a.m. - 12.15 p.m.
3rd group from 2.30 - 4 p.m.
4th group from 4.15 - 5.30 p.m.

The theoretical and practical lesson will be conducted by skillful housewives, known as azdore, during which you will have the possibility to try making piadina or traditional first courses such as tagliatelle and strozzapreti. 

Piada, “Holy and simple unleavened bread of the poor farmers, you are the bread of the passage, that is eaten with the wild plants”, according to Pascoli, is the most traditional and typical food of San Marino and Romagna region. 

The most fun part is eating the food everyone prepared together! 

At the end of the cooking class, the visitors will have the possibility to taste the piadina they have prepared in combination with other local products such as cheese, honey, cured meats and wines.

The beautiful Montecchio park will be the background of this alternative dining experience.

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“Un frutto Di-VINO”

Maximum 25 participants at a time. Duration of approximately 1 hour. 
1st group: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. 
2nd group: from 2 - 3 p.m.

For more than 35 years, the San Marino winery has been producing excellent wines with “Controlled Designation of Origin” that have been cited and praised in local and national wine guides. The winemakers pursue quality and take special care of their vineyards and also of the manual sorting of grapes during harvesting.

The subsequent processing phase takes place in a partially underground cellar, equipped with all the most innovative technologies that allow to maintain the quality of the grapes and enhance their typical characteristics.

It is possible to participate in an exclusive tasting in the reserved room with a view of the oak barrels

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"Botanical Walk" in the enchanting Montecchio Park 

Maximum 30-40 participants. Duration of 1 hour and a half 
In the morning from 9 a.m.
Itinerary: length is approximately 6 km; mainly flat path with slight hills

An amazing journey into the fascinating world of wildlife, including plants, flowers and trees.

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"Truffle in San Marino" 

Maximum 20 participants at a time. 
In the morning from 9:30 a.m.  

An educational guided tour of the Truffle ground in Canepa, organized by the San Marino Truffle Hunters and Truffle Growers Association.

Method of transportation  

Suggested meeting point for delegates: Kursaal Conference Centre
All transfers will be made by train - tourist train.

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