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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 […]

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 […]

Rimini – A Short Timeline of History

Monday, June 16th, 2014

28 moments from Rimini’s rich and varied history, captured in a timeline from pre-roman Rimini through to the club scene of the ’90s.

From the Renaissance to the Riviera – A stroll through Rimini’s Historic Past

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Who knows what Sigismondo Malatesta, the famous 15th Century Lord of Rimini (and original ‘renaissance man’, as described by American poet Ezra Pound), would make of his city were he to return today. Apart from the obvious differences between the renaissance city (many significant parts of which remain, for example Malatesta’s castle) and that of the 21st – i.e the presence of skyscrapers, electrically powered street lights, and the ever present motor vehicle – one thing would perhaps strike him above all, the move to the seaside.