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7 Things for Kids to do in Rimini

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

There’s a reason that Rimini is one of the #1 summer destinations for Italian families – it’s a place that puts kids very much at the centre of things, and there are loads of great things to keep the kids (and by extension, their parents) happy. We’ve collected just a few here Rimini Theme Parks […]

14 things to do in Rimini

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Rimini, for a relatively small city, has a huge amount of things to do, and here we’ve tried to give you an introductory broad choice of what’s on offer. We’ve tried to take into account Rimini for sightseeing, for the sports enthusiasts, for the young and the old, and for families. Obviously it’s just an […]

The Notte Rosa 2015

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

The Notte Rosa, Italy’s biggest all-night long festival returns to light up the Adriatic Riviera. The 2015 Notte Rosa will be held on Friday July 3rd, with events planned all the way along the coast from Ravenna in Emilia through to the coast of the Marche region. Obviously the centre of the party is focussed […]

Francesco de Gregori for the Notte Rosa

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Francesco de Gregori is going to be one of the undoubted highlights of this year’s Notte Rosa (3rd of July). De Gregori will play a one-off concert on the main stage in Piazzale Fellini, outside the Grand Hotel. As part of his ‘Vivavoce’ tour (the album is already double platinum in Italy) De Gregori will […]

Christmas and New Year in Rimini: 5 reasons you’ll love it!

Monday, November 24th, 2014

5 reasons why Rimini is the perfect destination in December, with its markets, great food, and beautiful atmosphere.

The Piadina Romagnola gets European Recognition

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

It’s official – the Piadina Romagnola / Piada Romagnola has been awarded the Protected Geographical Indication (IGP in Italian) mark by the European Union. The Piada now gets an official European description: The name ‘Piadina Romagnola’/‘Piada Romagnola’ refers to the bakery product obtained from the preparation, and subsequent cooking on a flat pan, of a […]

Rebuilding Rome’s Colosseum – Minister tweets approval

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Plans to rebuild part of Rome’s Colosseum – perhaps Italy’s single most famous monument – seemed to get approval from Italy’s Minister for Culture and Tourism, Dario Franceschini on Sunday when he tweeted an image along with the message “I like the idea of archaelogist Mancarda to give back to the Colosseum its arena, is […]

How do you say Halloween in Italian?

Friday, October 31st, 2014

How do you say Halloween in Italian? Halloween – that was easy, wasn’t it! That’s because Halloween, by and large, isn’t recognised as a festival in Italy. Sure, in lots of cities and towns now there are parties and events, but talk to any Italians and you’ll find that this is just another Anglo-American importation […]

Free Desktop Calendar October 2014 – Rimini Autumn Fruit

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Rimini in the Autumn, particularly in October, means the chance to walk through the city’s various parks and see the wide variety of seasonal fruits that decorate the landscape. And, after a good walk, there’s nothing better than heading to a good local restaurant for some seasonal food! There’s loads to see and do in […]

Free Desktop Calendar October 2014 – Rimini Jupiter

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Rimini in October sees the shift of attention, away from the seascape and inland towards the centro storico, and that of course leads us to the venerable Arco d’Augusto, and the watchful gaze of Jupiter (one of four Gods that adorn this triumphal arch). There’s loads to see and do in Rimini in October, and […]