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Tempio Malatestiano. Source: Rimini Municipality photo archives. Photo by: Emilio Salvatori
Province:  Rimini
Tourist Area
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Where it is
The most famous seaside resort on the Adriatic Riviera is situated in the southern strip of Romagna between the Adriatic Sea and the gentle hills of the Apennine mountains where, just 20 Km away, the Republic of San Marino is located on Mount Titano.
Why visit
For more than 160 years Rimini has been in the memories and dreams of generations of vacationers. The secret of its success is the friendliness and hospitality of its inhabitants and a territory that offers 15 kilometres of beach, 230 coloured bathing establishments, 1200 hotels and many theme and amusement parks, but also 2000 years of history and a real treasure of art.

Here the sea is a way of life, the scenery for Fellini’s films, the legend of summer entertainment which is renewed every day and the magic of the beach in wintertime. But first of all, Rimini was a coveted and contended city, the “capital” of the Malatesta Seigniors, a crossway of cultures of which you can still can find prestigious evidence.
Where to visit and what to see
Rimini means entertainment and culture throughout the whole year.

The artistic itinerary includes unique masterpieces from the Roman to the Renaissance period. A place to be discovered by following the impressive and indicative remnants left in the 20 centuries of history such as Augustus Arch, Tiberius Bridge, Sismondo Castle, the Malatesta Temple, the Roman Tre martiri square or the medieval Cavour square, ending with the City Museum which hosts treasures from the past, around 1500 masterpieces, and the archaeological site Domus del Chirurgo’ (the surgeon’s house) with one of the richest collections of surgical and pharmaceutical equipment from ancient times.

Taking a barefoot walk along the seashore or having a chat, or for meditation, is certainly exciting every day of the year, either during the summer when the beach is excellently organized or in the solitary atmosphere of winter time.

Rimini is a laboratory of new trends: street bars, happy hour, aperitif on the beach, dinner on the seashore, new sport activities such as nordic walking on the beach spring up here and become a fashion. Entertainment is for all tastes and all ages.

For all those who want to combine a holiday with well-being, on the public beach in Miramare is RiminiTerme, a modern spa for the wellness of body and mind.

Rimini is also a city for conventions and a venue for big events. The new Exhibition Centre “RiminiFiera”, which is considered one of the most modern in Europe, was inaugurated in 2001 and a new Conference Centre, Palacongressi, has recently opened to the public, expressing the know how excellence and the high level market Rimini has achieved.

Either you sleep in a tent or in a suite at the Grand Hotel beloved by Fellini, Rimini is absolutely a good place to stay.
Room with a view
If it is well known that Federico Fellini had his personal suite at the Grand Hotel in Rimini, together with that of his wife Giulietta Masina, maybe not everyone knows that in the room No. 302 in the Hotel Villa Adriatica, Gabriele D’Annunzio met Eleonora Duse, an event which all the newspapers of the time wrote about. Perhaps people don’t even know that George Clooney slept in the Hotel Gradisca some years ago, during an unexpected stop in Rimini while he was travelling Italy by motorcycle with his friends.
Don't miss
Don’t miss taking a walk in Marina di Rimini, one of the most beautiful and modern tourist harbours along the Mediterranean Sea with a fascinating and romantic overhead walkway, 1300 meters long, that overlooks the sea.

To discover the life and the traditions of sailors and fishermen, you can participate in the guided tour “Esplorando il Porto Canale” or take a walk to the fish market.
On the table
Don’t forget to taste a real piadina riminese. The piadina in Rimini is thin and you can fill it in different ways: with ham and mozzarella, with herbs or even with chocolate. Among the main typical food products there are also: fresh fish from the Adriatic Sea and Sangiovese red wine. Taking a tour along the Strade dei Vini e dei sapori dei Colli di Rimini is a good way to discover menus and recipes from the past.
For fun
Rimini never goes to sleep, because life continues at night time, too. But here fun and entertainment are never excessive. Entertainment in Rimini begins every evening in several places in the city: in the beach area, Marina Centro near the harbour, where you can find the most trendy venues, along the beach promenade and on the beach. A lot of wine bars, pubs and small restaurants are also in the historic centre, especially in the area of the Vecchia Pescheria and piazza Cavour, a meeting point throughout the whole year.
To keep fit
From trendy and typical beach sports, such as beach volleyball and beach tennis, to the new sports activities like “speedminton” and “nordic walking on the beach”, in Rimini you can practice almost any sport. Clubs, associations and federations are more and more often choosing the city as the place for their events, conferences, competitions, meetings, championships or as a venue for launching the latest trends.
Main events
The Rimini Riviera is an explosion of events during the whole year: performances, theatre, film festivals, art exhibitions, sport competitions, cultural meetings, all kinds of festivals and gatherings, and in addition, the traditional open markets.

Summer in Rimini begins with Gradisca, the traditional party on the beach, which is followed by La Notte Rosa, held every year in July and celebrating the “Italian Summer New Year’s Eve”. Not to be missed is the real new year’s, on December 31st , a celebration that has become a “must” for all the Italians waiting for the new year.
Information and useful advice
If you want to visit the historic centre of Rimini, you may find an unexpected town, just ask for information at the City Museum. You will be informed about all the initiatives dedicated to both adults and children, to individuals or groups in every time of the year. On Tuesdays in summer they propose “Passeggiando nel passato”, a guided tour to the main monuments of Rimini and in the City Museum’s halls. Many initiatives are offered to discover the archaeological site the “Surgeon’s House”.
A few kilometres from the sea you can find the fascinating hinterland with the green valleys along the rivers Marecchia and Conca, a land that in the past was under the dominion of the Malatesta family. A landscape where you can discover fortresses and castles, ancient traditions and unique tastes and flavours.

These castles are reproduced in the amusing water games offered in the theme park “Italia in miniatura”, Italy in miniature, where more than 272 perfect reproductions of Italian venues are on display; here you can even navigate on the channels of a realistic reproduction of Venice.

Rimini Riviera has the highest number of theme parks in Europe: from Ravenna to Cattolica there are eighteen of them. Among the most famous ones there are Fibilandia (for small children), Oltremare, Mirabilandia and Aquafan.
For more information
Local Staff: Rimini Città
Information Offices
Informazione e accoglienza turistica con prenotazioneRIMINI STAZIONE F.S.
Piazzale Cesare Battisti, 1
Centro Storico
47921 Rimini (RN)
Tel. ++39 0541-51331
Fax ++39 0541-27927
Opening: Open troughout the year
Via Martinelli, 11/A
47921 Rimini (RN)
Tel. ++39 0541-372112
Fax ++39 0541-372112
Opening: Seasonal opening
Via G. Dati, 180/A
47921 Rimini (RN)
Tel. ++39 0541-738115
Fax ++39 0541-738115
Opening: Seasonal opening
Piazza Marvelli, 8/B
47921 Rimini (RN)
Tel. ++39 0541-390530
Fax ++39 0541-388856
Opening: Seasonal opening
Informazione e accoglienza turistica con prenotazioneRIMINI MARE
Piazzale Fellini, 3
Marina Centro
47921 Rimini (RN)
Tel. ++39 0541-56902
Fax ++39 0541-56598
Opening: Open troughout the year
Via San Salvador, 65/D
Torre Pedrera
47921 Rimini (RN)
Tel. ++39 0541-720182
Fax ++39 0541-720182
Opening: Seasonal opening
Via Flaminia, 409
47921 Rimini (RN)
Tel. ++39 0541-378731
Fax ++39 0541-378731
Opening: Seasonal opening
Corso d`Augusto, 156/158 - 47921
Tel. ++39 0541 704704
Fax ++39 0541 704287
Open troughout the year
More about services and schedule of the info centres in the Local website

How to reach

Railways Ferrovie dello Stato
Stop in Rimini
BusUrban & extra-urban line
Connections from and to the town
Airports Rimini (7 km)
By Car
Motorway: A1 Milano – Bologna, then A 14 Bologna – Rimini – Taranto. Tollbooths: Rimini Nord exit to Rimini northern area, districts of Torre Pedrera, Viserbella, Viserba, Rivabella, San Giuliano and to all the towns in the Marecchia Valley and Rimini Sud exit to Rimini centre and south, to the districts of Bellariva, Marebello, Rivazzurra, Miramare and to San Marino Republic. State Roads: S.S. 16 Adriatica, Ferrara - Rimini – Ostuni; S.S. 16 Adriatica up to Fano then S.S. 3 Flaminia, Fano – Roma; S.S. 9 Emilia, Rimini – Milano; S.S. / S.P. 258 Marecchiese, Rimini – Arezzo.

Last update: 03/10/2017

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