Rimini and surroundings

Rimini Centro

Rimini's old town is the place to visit for those who like to immerse themselves in the story. You will find many works of art from Roman times and many historic monuments to visit. Also if you want you can deidicare to shopping, given the many shops there. In the area north of the old town you will find the beautiful Tiberius bridge built by Decree of the Emperor Augustus and terminated with the successor Tiberius around 21 ad. On the other side of main street is thearch of Augustus , which was rebuilt after World War II.

What to see

In Rimini you can visit the following historical sites:

  • Piazza Cavour
  • Castel Sigismondo
  • Tempio Malatestiano
  • Surgeon's House
  • Roman amphitheatre

Inland to visit

Montegridolfo
It is a medieval town situated between the Valley of the Conca and the leaf. Montegridolfo is located on the border between Marche and Romagna, and was contested by the Malatesta, Montefeltro, Borgia, Venetians and the Church.

Verucchio
Medieval town surrounded by walls that rises over a spur of rock overlooking the Marecchia Valley and bordering San Marino. Its heyday was during the Malatesta Seignory.

San Leo
San Leo is a charming little town perched on a huge rock. Here stood the impregnable fortress of the XVth century that remained completely intact until today. San Leo offers a splendid panorama on the Adriatic coast, but about 30 Km from Rimini.

Gradara Castle
Gradara is a fortified town that offers a splendid 14th-century castle. Best known for the romantic love story of Paolo and Francesca described Dante in his Divine Comedy. Enchanting medieval setting where you can attend numerous events and folklore events.

San Marino
The Republic of San Marino is one of the oldest and most small States of the globe. The old town offers ancient alleys, walls, towers and very suggestive panoramas, interspersed by many souvenir shops are typical. In San Marino you can experience throughout the year numerous events in historical costumes.