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Reflection of the Ruota

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

Walking barefoot on Rimini’s sandy beach in the early hours of the morning, for a different viewpoint.

Piazza Tre Martiri Clouds

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015

The drop in temperature this week was made up for with some dramatic clouds and tones in Piazza Tre Martiri – #beautiful #rimini

Dusk at the Madonna della Scala

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015

Rimini’s Wheel, seen from the Pier

Thursday, August 13th, 2015

Rimini’s Big Wheel, seen from the pier (with some tilt-shifting shenanigans)

Fishing on the pier at sunset

Thursday, August 13th, 2015

Rimini’s Pier, and a solitary fisherman as the sun sets. Strolling down from Largo Boscovich towards Rock Island at the end of the Molo di Levante Capitano Giulietti at different times of the day you’ll see some amazing scenes.

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 […]

Getting Ready for the Notte Rosa

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Preparations under way, this morning, for this weekend’s Notte Rosa festival – here you can see the stage being set outside the Grand Hotel, for Rimini’s main concert attraction Francesco De Gregori.

Roman Rimini – a walking tour

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Rimini was founded by the Romans, and there’s still a huge amount of Roman history to explore around the centro storico. Obviously, as you’ll see on this walking tour, you can’t isolate Roman Rimini completely from the medieval and modern city – the monuments and ruins are a part of the living-breathing city; so while […]

The Porta Montanara

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

The Porta Montanara was, at one time, the main entry point into the city from the South. It was probably constructed, over an existing entry point, when the Ariminum walls were fortified during the reign of the dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix (commonly known as Sulla in modern Italian). The original walls were heavily damaged […]