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Rimini centro

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Rimini centro

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Small-Group Rimini Tour of City Highlights by Night

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A fully licensed English-speaking tour guide will make history come alive telling stories of the roman and medieval periods, enlightening how the city developed in the Renaissance time and became a longed-for sea resort destination, will unravel the places where Fellini shot many scenes, will lead you at the discovery of the liveliest areas of this fun and entertaining city.
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Asiyah Noemi K wrote a review Jan. 2020
Pula, Croatia4,381 contributions37,664 helpful votes
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Rimini is a beautiful city on the Adriatic coast. Its rich history intrigues to explore every corner, every palace, every church, every square .... Rimini was the intersection of paths that connected central Italy via Flamini's Road (Via Flaminia) and northern Italy via Emili's Road ( Via Emilia ). The city also participated in the civil wars at first on the side of Gaius Maria and then Caesar. After crossing the Rubicon River, Caesar addressed the legions at the Rimini Forum ( Main Square ). Rimini attracted the attention of several Roman emperors, such as Augustus, Tiberius, and Hadrian. Then the Arch of Augustus, the Tiberius Bridge and the amphitheater were built. The historic center of Rimini is therefore rich in various buildings. The visit of the historic part of the city starts from the central square of the city, Piazza Cavour, still the seat of power. It is possible to admire the beautiful Palazzo dell'Arengo (1204), where in medieval times justice court was administered and the assembly of the Municipality met. In the square we can enjoy two more beautiful palaces Palazzo del Podestà and Palazzo Garampi. At the center of the square, on the other hand, stands the imposing bronze statue of Pope Paul V, by Nicolò Cordier and Sebastiano Sebastiani, a monument erected by the citizens in gratitude to the Pope in 1614. The square also houses the famous Teatro Amintore Galli, as well as the historic Library and the interesting Fish Market building. A little further on in the beautiful Piazza Tre Martiri we can enjoy in the Roman excavations, in the statue of Julius Caesar, in the Clock Tower, in the lovely column of Julius Caesar, memorial slab of the Three Martyrs and in the little temple of St. Anthony. Not far from the square is the beautiful Cathedral of Rimini - Tempio Malatestiano. Rimini is a beautiful place to see and feel the combination of antique and modern. In the center there is a lot of beautiful places for fun and relaxation, bars and restaurants. The right place to enjoy.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Antabouttown wrote a review Nov. 2019
Bournemouth, United Kingdom112 contributions62 helpful votes
I hadn't realised that Rimini had such a historical heart. The city centre is an attractive collection of ancient Roman remains and medieval buildings amassed about the two main squares of Piazza Cavour and the Piazza Tre Martiri. There's the Tiberius bridge and the Arch of Augustus - both remarkably well preserved.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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See you around Alice wrote a review Oct. 2019
Nancy, France389 contributions156 helpful votes
Rimini is a city that you will never forget. Well-known for its beautiful beaches (you have the 0 which is free), it’s also a place where it’s enjoyable to walk around, sitting and savouring an ice cream.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Djordje M wrote a review Sep. 2019
Belgrade, Serbia694 contributions192 helpful votes
Don't actually know much about this city. Didn't even see photos of it. I just saw on map that it's close to Ravenna, San Marino, and plan to use it as a base. But city deserves more atention itself. It also have great history, nice monuments, very nice streets and buildings. It's also very clean, with very active night life. Very long and wide beaches, spothless clean and very well organized. And city have great hotels near the beach for very very decent price. Actually I would say cheap, at least in september. Probably because swimming season is over, but either way it makes me thinking about spending summer here. Good service, a lot of things to see nearby.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Robert D wrote a review Sep. 2019
Brooklyn, New York1,446 contributions296 helpful votes
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You are missing a lot if you do not visit the historic centre of Rimini. Get a booklet from the tourist office in the railway station and explore the Roman city. You can visit ruins of the Amphitheater and the Surgeon's House. The Arch of Augustus and the Tiberius Bridge are still standing. There is plenty to see and the best way to see the sights is on foot.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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