Museo della Città
Palazzo del Municipio
The city's finest palazzi hug the attractive Piazza Cavour. On its northern flank, Palazzo del Municipio, built in 1562 and...
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...
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.
Early risers bump into the remnants of last night's dance marathons in this swish cafe on Rimini's main square. Mornings are for...
In business for nearly half a century, Picnic has a wide-ranging menu of traditional favourites like salsiccia fagioli con polenta ...
Lonely Planet review
This is currently Rimini’s only museum until the Fellini Foundation gets its act together and reopens the Fellini Museum. In the meantime, aficionados of the great director can browse original and reproduced copies of his imaginative doodling in his Libro dei Miei Sogni (Book of My Dreams). Otherwise, this rambling museum is best known for its Roman section.
Spread over several rooms with excellent bilingual (Italian/English) signage are finds from two nearby Roman villas, including splendid mosaics, a rare and exquisite representation of fish rendered in coloured glass, and the world's largest collection of Roman surgical instruments.