Riviera di Rimini: a destination with a thousand faces
There are many reasons why the Riviera di Rimini is an appealing destination. Its strategic geographic location serviced by the main infrastructure network, its vicinity to a number of famous Italian art cities, and Bologna international airport at just 100 km away connected by train or shuttle service. The local surrounding area, breathtaking landscapes sweeping from the hills to the sea, steeped in history and heritage, a wealth of art and culture from Roman monuments and Renaissance works of art, to Medieval villages and castles, not to mention the incredible food and wine trails, an unparalleled range of accommodation facilities and extraordinary opportunities for shopping, leisure and fun.
Have a look at what's on offer!
The historical centre is a short walk from the beach
15 km of beaches with full facilities and a modern marina
The surrounding area abounds with Medieval and Renaissance villages
A Roman colony telling 2,000 years of history
An art city with works by Giotto, Piero della Francesca and the more contemporary Eron
The native land of directors, artists and sculptors
Quality shopping, factory outlets, street markets and local craft shops
Endless opportunities for sport and wellness
Events 365 days a year
Local quality products: oil, wine, cheese and of course, fish and piadina.
Discos, street bars, pubs and clubs, dine on the beach or enjoy a meal at a restaurant in the hills, Rimini nightlife offers hundreds of options.
A host of international events such as the Moto GP championships, Sagra Musicale Malatestiana classical music festival and the Meeting for Friendship Amongst Peoples