The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade does not issue a travel advice for San Marino at this time. Please refer to the
Italy travel advice for the latest travel updates for the region.
Travel Smart for useful travel information to help you prepare for your trip, and advice on what you should do if you run into problems overseas.
Consider your physical and mental health before travelling overseas. Get vaccinated before you travel. At least eight weeks before you depart, make an appointment with your doctor or travel clinic for a basic health check-up, and to discuss your travel plans and any implications for your health, particularly if you have an existing medical condition.
Where to get help
Depending on what you need, your best option may be to first contact your family, friends, airline, travel agent, tour operator, employer or travel insurer. Your travel insurer should have a 24 hour emergency number.
Emergency phone numbers
If the matter relates to a criminal issue, contact the local police at the nearest police station, or dial the Police National Emergency number 112. The emergency number for public safety and fire is 115, and for medical emergencies 118.
Consular Services Charter for what the Australian Government can and can't do to help you overseas.
Australia does not have an embassy or consulate in San Marino. For consular assistance, contact the Australian Government at the Australian Embassy in Rome.
Australian Embassy, Rome
Via Antonio Bosio 5
00161 Rome, Italy
Phone: +39 06 85 27 21
Fax: +39 06 85 27 2300
Australian Embassy, Italy
Embassy website for information about opening hours and temporary closures that may affect service provision.
If you're unable to contact the Embassy in a consular emergency, contact the 24-hour Consular Emergency Centre on +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas, or 1300 555 135 within Australia.
Other useful information
If the situation changes and a travel advice for San Marino is issued, travellers can be automatically notified by subscribing to our
email subscription service.
Foreign Affairs Canada, the
British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the
US State Department also issue travel advice for their citizens.