Piazza Cavour is Rimini's main square, containing the city's finest palazzi, including the 16th-century Palazzo del Municipio, reconstructed after being razed during WWII, and the 14th-century Gothic Palazzo del Podestà. The palaces aren't open to the public (yet!), but provide an attractive backdrop to the modern-day to-ings and fro-ings in the square.
Rimini's historical centre is undergoing an urban renaissance: Keep your eyes open for a new art arena at Piazza Malatesta and Rimini's brand-new Museo Internazionale Federico Fellini, currently under construction in three locations: the newly renovated Cinema Fulgor, Castel Sismondo and an outdoor space at CircAmarcord Piazza d’Arti. The museum is due for completion by 2020.