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News, Stories and Features from Rimini

Rimini is Happy Too

Rimini Happy Pharell Williams

Rimini gets the Pharell Williams treatment in this brilliant ‘Happy’ video. Piazza Cavour like a room without a roof, as you get taken around the city seeing its main sights and some of its characters.

Tempio Malatestiano

Sigismondo Malatesta's Tempio Malatestiano, designed by Leon Battista Alberti

The Tempio Malatestiano, or the church of San Francesco as it was correctly known up until the nineteenth century, is perhaps the most important monument in Rimini, and certainly one of the best preserved. The importance of the church lies in the fact that it was one of the first (if not the very first) […]

La Notte Rosa

La Notte Rosa Rimini - the Pink Night

La Notte Rosa, or the Pink night is an annual festival, started in 2006, involving the Emilia-Romagna Adriatic Riviera, from Commachio through to Cattolica. Its center-piece, of course, is Rimini. The festival is a variation on the White Night / Notte Bianca /Nuit Blanche concept that became popular in the late ’90s and is now […]

Pier Vittorio Tondelli’s Rimini

Pier Vittorio Tondelli's Rimini

Pier Vittorio Tondelli was born in Corregio, a small town in the Emilian half of Emilia-Romagna, and by coincidence also the home town of Luciano Ligabue who also chose to use Rimini as the backdrop/stage for his film From Zero to Ten. Tondelli first achieved literary success with his novel Altri Libertini (which can be […]

Motoring in Italy and around Rimini

motoring in italy and rimini

To fully explore all that Rimini and its surrounding province can offer, with full independence, you’ll probably want to either bring your own car, or hire one there. That may sound daunting, but we’ve gathered together some of the info you’ll need to make the most of the motoring experience.

Rimini for Disabled Visitors

Rimini for the Disabled

There are a number of positive intiatives, both on a state and local level, to improve infrastructure and facilities for disabled persons to Rimini. There is a lot of disparate information out there – we’ve tried to collect the most useful and list it here for you. We’re also very interested to hear from disabled […]

Piazza Tre Martiri

Piazza Tre Martiri Piazza Tre Martiri is the heart of Rimini – its main square, and the scene of some of its most historic moments. It’s changed its name several times, but a brief walk around the piazza (not quite a square – more an eye-like oval) shows a continuity between Roman Ariminum and the […]

A Bird’s Eye View of Rimini

Piazza Cavour in Rimini from a bird's eye view

Rimini from on high – a spectacular view of Rimini’s main monuments, landmarks and squares shot from above in a sweeping view. Starting from Piazza Ferrari and spiralling out to the Grand Hotel, this is a must-watch.

Borgo San Giuliano

Fellini Inspired mural in Borgo San Giuliano Rimini

Rimini’s Borgo San Giuliano, just across the Ponte di Tiberio, is a charming neighbourhood of small cobbled streets, with a couple of piazza’s and a number of bars and restaurants. It is, perhaps, the trendiest neighbourhood of the city, and plays host to a number of the city’s biggest events – not least of which […]

Rimini’s Palacongressi

Rimini Palacongressi

Rimini’s Palacongressi is a large custom built conference centre designed to host major events, conferences and congress meetings. The structure, designed by German architect Wolkwing Marg, is one of the largest of its kind in Italy, and is well worth a visit, regardless of whether you’re attending a conference or not. The setting of the […]

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