Rimini and its Surroundings

Rimini and its Surroundings

What to see in and around Rimini: events, festivals and concerts are never lacking. At any time of the year you will find interesting initiatives to suit all interests.
Full of nature and history, the Romagna Riviera awaits you with all its itineraries: discover its beauty.

The 57 is on the seafront and well connected to the historic centre and the main points of interest: the ideal location for your holiday.

Rimini, a city of ancient times

Much of Rimini’s historical and cultural heritage dates back to Roman times, when the city played a key role in maritime trade within the empire. Although many archaeological sites and artefacts were destroyed during the Second World War, it is still possible to visit some remarkable monuments such as the Arch of Augustus, the Amphitheatre, the Tiberius Bridge, the Surgeon’s Domus and other signs housed in the City Museum.
Signs also from the Medieval Renaissance period, the most important legacies from the Malatesta family with Castel Sismondo and the Malatesta Temple.
Stories for history and culture enthusiasts that we have the pleasure of telling you.

The Valmarecchia Valley and the Conca Valley

A few kilometres from Rimini, on the border between Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany and San Marino, lies the Valmarecchia Valley, an area rich of archaeology, history and nature. This area is characterised by dense unspoilt woods, a fauna with protected species and a variety of flowers, plants and trees. The valley offers glimpses that can be travelled on foot, from which one can admire fantastic views.
In addition to nature, the Marecchia Valley contains numerous fortresses and monuments that belonged to the Papal State and the Malatesta and Montefeltro dynasties. Over the centuries, the valley has been travelled and admired by several illustrious men such as Dante, Cagliostro, St Francis and Ezra Pound.

Rimini Expirience

Visit the VisitRimini website and choose the most suitable experience for you to discover Rimini and Romagna.


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