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Beach Resort

Beach Resort

The seaside Rimini flaunts a lot of stunning beach resorts where travelers love to stay. The long nine-miles of beaches are popular in entire Europe. Access of many of these beaches is exclusive to only the guests of the hotels facing the shore. As you walk towards inland for some 15 minutes, you will find so many stunning sights such as 1st-century Tiberius Bridge and the 27 BC Arch of Augustus. The impressive dining options and jubilant nightclubs are more reasons why tourists love this city.

Museo della Città

Museo della Città

Popularly known for its Roman section, the rambling Museo della Città is one of the top highlights of the city of Rimini. It features many rooms with brilliant bilingual signage. One of the top attractions of the museum is imaginative and vivid doodling of Federico Fellini. The ground floor is completely dedicated to René Gruau, author of an impressive array of paintings, drawings, and graphics. The first and second floors include masterpieces of the eleventh to the twentieth century.

Tempio Malatestiano

Tempio Malatestiano

Tempio Malatestiano is an impressive cathedral built in 13th-century Gothic style. It’s a tribute to St Francis. In the mid-1400s, Tempio Malatestiano was turned into a Renaissance structure in 1450 for the tomb of the beloved mistress of Sigismondo Malatesta who hired Leon Battista Alberti, a Florentine architect to reconstruct the cathedral. At present, the structure is full of ostentatious Roman-inspired touches of Alberti and many elements like medallions that signify the love of Sigismondo and Isotta.

Ponte di Tiberio

Ponte di Tiberio

Another highlight tempting visitors is Ponte di Tiberio which is a grandiose five-arched Tiberius' Bridge with wooden stilts at its base. This AD 21 structure was originally the starting point of Via Emilia, an arterial road situated between the Po river valley and the Adriatic Coast. Even at present, the bridge links the city center to Borgo San Giuliano its old fishing quarter.

Travelling to Rimini, Italy

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Rimini is a beautiful seaside holiday destination situated on the Adriatic coast of Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. It’s popularly known for the shallow waters of its beaches, coastline hedonistic nightclubs, and Roman relics. The city flaunts many attractions to lure both domestic and overseas tourists. For instance, the Malatestiano Temple is one of the top highlights which now serves as a mausoleum for a local nobleman, Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, was originally a Franciscan church. Another attraction is Castel Sismondo build by Errico Malatesta which was a fortress in the medieval times but now used mainly for cultural events. Until 1843, there were only sand dunes on Rimini’s coast which now has seen much settlement of visitor-packed highlights. The beach huts were eventually turned into a megaresort. Although Rimini has a fascinating history, it tempts tourists mainly due to many other reasons such as its long beachfront and a decent food culture. A Rimini stay is incomplete without visiting Arco di Augusto, the oldest arch in northern Italy. This Roman triumphal arch was built in 27 BC on the orders of Emperor Augustus. Once acting as the ending point of the ancient Via Flaminia, an ancient road connecting Rimini with Rome, this arc now looks impressive as a 17m high structure situated on the area of Corso d'Augusto. The arch was improved by demolishing the buildings located nearby on the grounds.

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Rimini Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

You do not need tickets or passes to visit Rimini, Italy. Tickets to all major tourist destinations and attractions across the city where entry is paid can be purchased online or straight from the ticket counter at their respective entrance.

How To Get Around?

Moving around Rimini is easy. You can rent a taxi, get a rental car, hire a bike, or hop into the local bus or train to travel around this spectacular Italian city.

What Should I Wear?

While vacationing in Modena, you can wear anything comfortable, be it a jean or skirt, sorts or denim, whatever goes! Expect people in casuals such as shorts, skirts, jeans and shirts. While lifestyle clothing such as leggings, knee-length skirts, shorts, casual T-shirts, loose shirts, etc., provide comfort in summers, light jackets, sweatshirts, and hoodies are generally the go-to options in winters.

Rimini Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best times to explore Rimini and all leading attractions nearby are between April and May (save for the Easter week), as well as September and October. During these months, the climate is friendly with pleasant weather, and crowds are moderate.



Will I Need a Guide?

No, you do not need a guide to move around and visit tourist attractions in Rimini, Italy. Transportation is easy and all the required information is readily available on this website.

How To Get There?

For overseas visitors to Rimini, Federico Fellini International Airport, earlier known as Rimini Miramare Airport, is the first touch airport. Comfortable accommodations can be available nearby and you may consult the hotel staff or a travel agent near your hotel for arranging a trip around the exotic Rimini city. To reach Rimini from nearby cities, trains, local buses, taxis, and rental cars are the preferred choices.

Additional Info

People in Italy welcome and everyone with two kisses, try not to mind the custom. Avoid putting a ketchup on pizza or pasta, since it will dishearten the cook and make you look weird. Italians don’t drink coffee after 11am unless they have had a late night party and just woke up late.