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Visa Requirements for Philippine Passport Holders – San Marino (Republic of San Marino)

Filipinos are required to secure a visa before traveling to San Marino. Immigration and customs issues for San Marino are handled by Italy. Therefore, all normal documentation requirements for entry into Italy apply for San Marino.

General Requirements – Tourist Visa (up to 90 days):

  1. Fully accomplished and duly signed visa application form.
  2. Recent passport-size photo.
  3. Passport, valid for at least 3 months beyond visa expiry date.
  4. Return or onward trip booking, or proof of financial means for transport.
  5. Proof of accommodation in San Marino.
  6. Proof of financial capacity for the duration of stay in (as per Ministry of Interior Directive 1.3.2000)
  7. Documentation of socio-professional standing.
  8. Proof of travel health insurance policy with a minimum coverage of €30,000.

Please note:

  • The Diplomatic or Consular Representative reserves the right to ask for further documentation as deemed necessary.

Visa Processing Fee:

The fees are collected in Philippine pesos, but expressed in Euro:

  • Single Fee for all Schengen visas: € 60
  • Group visas (types, A, B and C): € 60 + 1 per person

Filipinos are strongly advised to obtain the most current visa requirements for San Marino before traveling, as the information provided here is subject to change without prior notice.

Embassy of Italy

6th Floor Zeta Condominium
191 Salcedo Street
Legaspi Village
Makati City
Telephone: (632) 892-4531
Fax: (632) 817-1436

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