Follow Julius Caesar’s footsteps to Piazza Tre Martiri (Piazza Giulio Cesare) which is said to be where the decision to march on Rome was made or stretch out under an umbrella along the fine sandy Rimini Beach which stretches for around 20 kilometres; historians and partygoers will both adore Rimini.
Equalling the Colosseum in Rome in size, Rimini’s Roman Amphitheatre built by Hadrian is now in ruins but evening classical music performances often take place here and tours can be arranged through Rimini’s City Museum.
Other sights to see in Rimini are the 17th century Madonna Della Scala Church, Roman Tiberius Bridge, the imposing Grand Hotel on Rimini’s seafront, and the Malatesta Temple and Castel Sismondo in Rimini’s city centre. In the heart of medieval Rimini, head to The Pigna Fountain and the Palazzo del Podesta.
Perfect for youngsters, children, families, couples and groups, Rimini Beach is a wonderful location for making sand castles, soaking up the rays or partaking in one of the many sports either on the sand like beach volleyball, tennis or basketball, or in the sea with water sports like windsurfing, kite surfing or canoeing.
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