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Sitting on the Adriatic coast, Rimini is renowned for its swathes of sandy beaches, seafront promenades overlooked by grand villas and lively nightlife. While summer is high season, when visitors flock in to enjoy the sun and the sea, the town also has plenty of historic attractions, making it a year-round destination.
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Take a step back in time and visit the ancient remains that scatter the city streets or make the most of its rich cultural life with classical concerts, street theatre and nightly entertainment. Yes, la dolce vita is alive and well in elegant Rimini.
Whenever you choose to visit the city, and whether you are holidaying with friends, travelling with family or enjoying a romantic weekend away, we have the Rimini hotels to match your requirements.

What to do in Rimini?

Even in low season, the city pulls in travellers and stays lively thanks to a constant influx of Italian and international visitors. Immerse yourself in its historic ambience with a wander around charming cobbled streets, do a spot of shopping, or spend time chilling at the beach. In the evening, all the action takes place in lively bars and clubs on the seafront.

Visit the historic sights

Rich in Ancient Roman remains, Rimini is beloved of history enthusiasts. Start your visit at the Arch of Augustus, the imposing ancient gateway to the city, built to commemorate the Emperor Augustus and ornamented with sculptures representing the Roman gods Jupiter, Apollo and Neptune.
Then stroll along the busy Corso d'Augusto shopping street to Piazza Tre Martiri, the historic heart of Rimini. After taking photos of the octagonal bell tower at Tempietto di Sant'Antonio chapel and the bronze statue of Julius Caesar, sip an espresso in one of the upmarket cafés lining the square.
Close by is the Tempio Malatestiano, a splendid example of Renaissance architecture. Inside you'll find a treasure trove of artworks – highlights include the tomb of 15th-century military hero Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, a fresco by Piero della Francesca and Giotto's gilded "Crucifix".
Wind up your tour by visiting the ruins of the Roman amphitheatre, found on the edge of the historic city centre. Once you're among the remains of its walls and seating tiers, it's easy to imagine the spectacles that took place many centuries ago.

Have a stroll in Borgo San Giuliano

After visiting Rimini's historic centre, head for the charming little enclave of Borgo San Giuliano. To get there, cross the Ponte di Tiberio bridge, one of the oldest Roman bridges in Italy. Now pedestrianised, it offers lovely views over the area. Strolling the streets of this once-traditional fishing hamlet, you can admire the vividly coloured cottages and take photos of the street art depicting scenes from the films of director Federico Fellini, who was born in Rimini in 1920.
If you book a Rimini hotel for the beginning of September, your visit might coincide with the Festa de' Borg, a festival held every two years with vibrant street parades, concerts and dance spectaculars, which winds up with a spectacular firework display over the Ponte di Tiberio bridge.

Discover Italy in miniature

Around 15 minutes from the centre of Rimini is an unusual attraction for families with kids. Famous Italian landmarks like the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Rome's Colosseum are displayed as detailed scale models at Italia in Miniatura.

Spend time by the sea

Also a popular seaside resort, Rimini has wide sandy beaches edging the Adriatic Sea. Hire a deckchair and lounge under a red parasol, have a dip in the sea or give yourself an adrenaline rush by hiring a jet ski and racing along the coastline.

Rimini restaurants and nightlife

Italy is justly famous for its cuisine. You can taste classic regional dishes in many Rimini restaurants, or drop into one of the informal pubs or cafés along Corso d'Augusto after a shopping expedition. For a romantic dinner, choose one of the smart restaurants lining Piazza Tre Martiri. In Borgo San Giuliano, you can feast on fresh seafood platters, authentic pasta dishes like strozzapreti and the local piadina flatbread filled with mozzarella, tomato and charcuterie – it's designed to be eaten on the go. And of course, the Emilia Romagna region is full of vineyards, so accompany your snack with a good glass of wine!
For dessert or a quick break during the day, try the small, round bracciatello brioche found in most bakeries, or the regional fruitcake bustrengo.
In the evening, night-owls congregate along Marina Centro, Rimini's seafront promenade, which transforms into a giant street party after dark. You're spoilt for choice on Viale Amerigo Vespucci, which is lined with clubs and cocktail bars, most with terraces overlooking the sea.

Booking a hotel in Rimini

For a luxurious stay on the Romagna Riviera, have look at our prestigious Rimini hotels. Our four-star hotels in Rimini are ideally situated close to the beach, the station and the historic city centre.
If you're looking for a romantic weekend away, relaxing holidays or a business trip combining work and downtime, opt for our best Rimini hotel with a swimming pool.

How to get to Rimini

Flights to Rimini arrive at Federico Fellini International Airport. If you're travelling by train, regional services from across the country stop at Rimini railway station. If you'd like to combine your Rimini trip with visiting other places in Italy, travelling by car is your best option.