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San Marino, Urbino, Romagna region questions

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I want to visit San Marino and also Urbino as part of a trip which will also probably include Parma and Ferrara. Everything I've read says that San Marino is best done as an overnight - and avoided during the day when the day trippers are there. The trip will be in early July so the crowds will be an issue. So I'm thinking two nights in San Marino and do a day trip during the day between the two nights and visit Urbino and maybe also San Leo. The distances are not far but I gather the roads are slow in that area.

Does that sound like a reasonable plan?

Also, the way my itinerary works out we would be in San Marino on a weekend. Does that make a difference. I can rearrange things to avoid that if weekends are significantly more crowded. But if the crowds are mostly tour buses maybe it doesn't make a difference.

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