Osteria Dë Börg
Ponte di Tiberio
The start of the arterial Roman road, the Via Emilia, no less, the majestic five-arched Tiberius' Bridge dates from AD 21. It still...
Museo della Città
This is currently Rimini’s only museum until the Fellini Foundation gets its act together and reopens the Fellini Museum. In the...
Palazzo del Municipio
The city's finest palazzi hug the attractive Piazza Cavour. On its northern flank, Palazzo del Municipio, built in 1562 and...
Early risers bump into the remnants of last night's dance marathons in this swish cafe on Rimini's main square. Mornings are for...
Tonino Il Lurido
When Fellini said it was 'easier to be faithful to a restaurant than a woman', he might have been talking about this place. The great...
Lonely Planet review
A homely osteria in the old fishing quarter, this place is what eating in Italy is all about: simple, honest food made with local ingredients and served in unpretentious surroundings. Second courses revolve around meat, from stuffed rabbit to steaks grilled on an open fire and seasoned with rosemary and sea salt.