Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Rimini

Museo della Città

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…
Top Choice Church in Rimini

Tempio Malatestiano

Built originally in 13th-century Gothic style and dedicated to St Francis, Rimini's cathedral was radically transformed in the mid-1400s into a Renaissance Taj Mahal for the tomb of Isotta degli Atti, beloved mistre…
Top Choice Landmark in Rimini

Ponte di Tiberio

The majestic five-arched Tiberius' Bridge dates from AD 21. In Roman times it marked the start of the Via Emilia – the important arterial road between the Adriatic Coast (at Rimini) and the Po river valley (at Piace…
Landmark in Rimini

Arco di Augusto

This Roman triumphal arch, the oldest of its kind in northern Italy, was commissioned by Emperor Augustus in 27 BC and stands an impressive 17m high on modern-day Corso d'Augusto. It was once the end point of the an…
Theatre in Rimini

Cinema Fulgor

Legendary Italian film director Federico Fellini's recently restored hometown theatre, where he watched films as a child and developed his passion for cinema, was reopened as a working cinema on Fellini's birthday i…
Historic Site in Rimini

Domus del Chirurgo

Occupying a large square in the centre of Rimini, this recently excavated Roman villa (once the home of a prosperous surgeon) holds a number of fine floor mosaics in various stages of decay. A wealth of surgical ins…
Area in Rimini

Borgo San Giuliano

Just over the Ponte di Tiberio, Rimini's old fishing quarter has been freshened up and is now a colourful patchwork of cobbled lanes, trendy trattorias, wine bars and trim terraced houses (read: prime real estate). …
Museum in Rimini

Castel Sismondo

Also known as the Rocca Malatestiana, Rimini's classic Renaissance castle was designed by the great military leader himself, Sigismondo Malatesta. Previously, the only interior access is was a subterranean room with…
Museum in Rimini

aRimini Caput Viarum

Rimini is perhaps a tad over-excited about its newest attraction: a church and hospital dating to 1368 beautifully restored and converted into a small museum which tells the story of ancient Ariminum through four sl…
Palace in Rimini

Palazzo del Municipio

The city's finest palazzi hug the attractive Piazza Cavour. On its northern flank, Palazzo del Municipio, built in 1562 and reconstructed after being razed during WWII, abuts the imposing 14th-century Gothic Palazzo…