Arco di Augusto
Rimini's cathedral is the result of a medieval love story with a rather ambiguous ending. Built originally in Gothic style in the 1200s...
To visit the insubstantial remains of Rimini’s Roman amphitheatre, once one of the largest in the region, contact the Musei Comunali.
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....
Osteria i Teatini
Described by its owner as a ‘free people’s place’, this artsy, atmospheric joint is part restaurant, part bar and part alternative...
Arco di Augusto information
Lonely Planet review
This great Roman ruin was commissioned by Emperor Augustus in 27 BC and stands 17m high on modern-day Corso d'Augusto. It was once the end point of the ancient Via Flaminia that linked Rimini with Rome. Buildings that had grown up around the arch were demolished in 1935 to improve its stature.