Brodo di Giuggiole
Teatro Amintore Galli
The Teatro Amintore Galli was a 19th-century addition to Via Pescheria, appearing in 1857 in the feverish years leading to unification.
Palazzo del Municipio
The city's finest palazzi hug the attractive Piazza Cavour. On its northern flank, Palazzo del Municipio, built in 1562 and...
Also known as the Rocca Malatestiana, Rimini's classic Renaissance castle was designed by the great military leader himself, Sigismondo...
Il Vecchio e Il Mare
In the historic fish market, this rustic place recently underwent a name change and upped the ante at its appy buffet at the same time....
This Rimini-based, five-store chain makes some seriously good ice cream. Try the pinoli (pine nut), with toasted whole nuts on top.
Via Soardi 11 · interesting places nearby
Brodo di Giuggiole information
Tucked down an alley off Piazza Tre Martiri, this intimate spot is great for an elegant night out, with its wood-panelled dining room, lantern-lit terrace and an ever-changing menu featuring some of the freshest, best-prepared fish in town. Reservations are recommended, especially on live-jazz Tuesdays.