Rimini Tourist Information and Tourism

(Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, Italy)

Photo of the Piazza Tre MartiriAlthough its extensive coastline and beachfront is a major tourist attraction for Rimini, this popular Emilian city also boasts a backbone of traditional Italian character for those prepared to explore, found within its small historic quarter next to the Corso Giovanni XXIII. However, many simply arrive in Rimini to soak up the sun, relax and enjoy a typical Adriatic holiday.

The summer months in Rimini are always popular, when tourism peaks and more than 100 nightclubs and discos are on offer, which are never far from the Piazza Tre Martiri or the Piazza Cavour, the city's main public squares. Many tourists holidaying in Rimini are from Italy and travel from far afield to enjoy a fun-filled weekend getaway, beach-based activities and nocturnal entertainment.

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Rimini Tourist Information and Tourism: Top Sights

Each summer, tourists flock to the many sandy beaches around the coastline of Rimini, which stretch for approximately 15 km / 9 miles and feature rows and rows of parasols. Close by, all ages will enjoy spending time at the Delfinario Rimini, where regular dolphin shows always draw crowds. On the very hottest of days, Rimini's Aquafan water park provides the ultimate way to cool down, although many prefer the fast roller coaster rides and Mississippi paddleboats at the Fiabilandia theme park. More information about Rimini Tourist Attractions.

Picture of the marinaFor a spot of history in Rimini, landmarks are extremely plentiful and the most memorable include the Castel Sismondo, and also the awesome ancient remains of a truly enormous Roman Amphitheatre.

The public squares of both the Piazza Cavour and the Piazza Tre Martiri also hold much interest and the latter was once frequented by Julius Caesar himself, just before he conquered Rome. More information about Rimini Landmarks.

Image showing the Arco di AugustoWith endless information about Rimini and its illustrious past, the City Museum (Museo della Città) warrants at least an hour or two, as does the Aviation Museum and its historic planes, of which there are more than 40 in total.

Film lovers may find a visit to the Museo Fellini quite interesting, where the life of Italian film director Federico Fellini is celebrated. More information about Rimini Museums and Rimini Art Galleries.

View of beachfront hotelsMany tourists holidaying in Rimini during the sunny summer season will find that they rarely leave the sandy beaches and spend much of their time sunbathing. Others are keen to explore the province and Italy's Emilia-Romagna area. Those who choose to leave the city environs will find that Rimini is particularly close to many interesting towns and seaside resorts, such as Cervia, Cattolica, and San Marino, which interestingly is the world's oldest republic. Also close by is the World Heritage Site that is Ravenna, where lovers of history can really indulge themselves. More information about Rimini Attractions Nearby.

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