Despite the small size of Ajdovscina there are a lot of things to do there. I can highly recommend hiking to the source of Hubelj, which is just 4 kilometers from Ajdovscina and gives you a wonderful view of the waterfall. We spent the night at the only hotel in the city, and started to plan our next leg after breakfast. Our only criteria was the accessibility to auto fuel, which turned out to be a big obstacle, as most of the airports have only avgas, which is not preferred by Rotax engines. We found a couple of good destinations, and e-mailed them about the availability of fuel and parking. And here is a good advice to all of my fellow pilots, who are thinking of flying in Italy: Save yourself the time and don’t even think about writing an e-mail to the airports. Instead, just call them, and you will get the answer instantly. They speak good English, and are happy to accept visitors, especially from abroad. Based on the number of good reviews we chose Torraccia (LIKD), which is the only airport in San Marino, and as we figured out later it is also the only relatively flat land in the micro-state.