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What to see and do in Rimini

There is so much to see and do in Rimini and its surrounding province that it’s hard to know where to start; the postcard image of Rimini suggests long sandy beaches (immaculately kept) with facilities for families, top notch restaraunts and comfort – but there’s plenty of history, culture, sport and adventure to sample as well. Our aim here is to give you some of the most obvious things to see and do in Rimini, coupled with some more off-beat options.

General Sightseeing

For the family that wants to chill out for part of their holiday on the beach, but also wants to get a glimpse into the history and culture of Rimini, we have a guide to some of the main sights of interest, including Piazza Tre Martiri, Piazza Cavour, and the splendid mosaics of the domus.

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Emilia-Romagna’s adventure parks

Emilia-Romagna, and Rimini in particular, hosts a number of world-class adventure parks, like Italia-in-miniatura, Acquafan, Mirabilandia, and Fiabilandia where you can enjoy fun, games, and education. There are various options, all within easy-reach of Rimini, and with a number of admission packets allowing you to enjoy more than one park during your stay.

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Rimini is a byword also for nightclubs, musical events, bars and restaurants. Throughout the year there are numerous big events like the Notte Rosa, the Molo Street Parade, and New Year’s Eve organised by the city, alongside individual events. Visit Rimini gives you a guide to what’s on, where, and how to get there.

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Nearby Rimini

Lots of people base themselves in Rimini for its great selection of hotels and facilities, and then make day trips to take in local sights like the Republic of San Marino, or beautiful art cities like Urbino or Ravenna, or natural wonders like the Frassasi caves. It’s also simple to visit famous Northern Italian cities like Bologna, Florence, Venice or Milan.

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Eating and Drinking

Food and drink plays such an important part of life in Emilia-Romagna, and in Rimini in particular that it would be a shame not to factor that in to your holiday. There are obviously a range of restaurants where you can sample local cuisine, but on top of that there are numerous vineyards and local producers where you can visit to find out more about the culture that has produced wines like Sangiovese, and Pagadebit, fine olive oils, and a host of cheeses and meat produce.

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