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Rimini Italy

Lying on the sun-soaked Adriatic coast, Rimini is a seaside resort in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. With 15 kilometres of beaches, the city is a favourite holiday destination for locals and tourists alike. The golden sands are surrounded by inviting warm waters and decked out in colourful umbrellas, ideal for a lazy day on the beach. You can also make the most of the sea with a scenic cruise or water sports. For those looking for a livelier time, there are plenty of beach clubs, bars and restaurants around, promising a wild night.

Founded by the Romans in 268 BCE, Rimini boasts an old town area thick with ancient structures, and a quick walk around will introduce you to several significant time periods – from the formidable Arch of Augustus and the five-arched Tiberius Bridge built in the Roman era, to the unfinished Malatestiano Temple during the Renaissance. The city also offers several examples of medieval architecture, such as Castel Sismondo and the Church of St Augustine.

For a glimpse of Italy's iconic landmarks, visit Rimini's Italia in Miniatura, which is home to over 270 miniatures of monuments, created with exceptional attention to detail. Here, you can even take a monorail around the park and go on a gondola ride to experience Venice. If you’re visiting with children, Fiabilandia offers endless entertainment with rides and roller coasters, a water park and a host of magical characters come to life.


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