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Discovering San Marino: A UNESCO World Heritage Site
"You will discover the Republic of San Marino the most ancient European Republic founded in the 4th century AD.An enclave situated only 20 km from the Romagna Riviera and 100 km from beautiful Ravenna the Republic sits 700 meters above sea level on Mount Titano located on the Central Apennines Mountains.The historic center of the Republic of San Marino is in every part a living monument inscribed as the World Heritage by UNESCO in 2008.Each year the Republic of San Marino is visited by millions of tourists from all over the world. Throughout the pedestrian island
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Half-day Walking Tour in Ravenna
"1600 years ago Ravenna was the capital of the Western Roman Empire it was capital of the Kingdom of Italy and was capital of the Exarchate of Italy. A key town in the history of the Western world and beyond. Ravenna retained the lavish testimonials of this glorious past; in fact the city preserves the richest world heritage of mosaics dating from the 5th and the 6th century a.d. kept within its Paleochristian and Byzantine religious buildings all Unesco World Heritage sites. Visiting the historic center on foot or by bicycle is like reliving history which starts from Roman times with its early Christian basilicas through the Renaissance and comes up to the nineteenth century when the city was rediscovered by famous visitors such as Oscar Wilde
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Half-day Walking Tour in Ravenna
"1600 years ago Ravenna was the capital of the Western Roman Empire it was capital of the Kingdom of Italy and was capital of the Exarchate of Italy. A key town in the history of the Western world and beyond. Ravenna retained the lavish testimonials of this glorious past; in fact the city preserves the richest world heritage of mosaics dating from the 5th and the 6th century a.d. kept within its Paleochristian and Byzantine religious buildings all Unesco World Heritage sites. Visiting the historic center on foot or by bicycle is like reliving history which starts from Roman times with its early Christian basilicas through the Renaissance and comes up to the nineteenth century when the city was rediscovered by famous visitors such as Oscar Wilde
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More Local Customs in Rimini

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Leave your car keys in hotel reception

Notice that in hotels parking areas cars are parked litereally bumper to bumper. Therefore you are supposed to leave your car keys in reception. Then the hotel staff can move cars if someone is...
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Unusual in comparison to Canada

Trucks in Italy differ from trucks in Canada, because Canadian trucks usually have hard sided trailers, locked up in every way possible.In Italy, the trucks have a flexible membrane, or a fabric...
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Bang into people

Ive never been to a place where the people are so rude, im a 15 stone bruiser, but even old grannies smash into you as you are walking, you get doors slammed in your face and generally obnoxious...
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The clever people of Rimini

The Statue of Pope Paul V in Piazza Cavour is the main focus of a cute story that goes back to the Cisalpine Republic created in 1797 by Napoleon Bonaparte, which was in fact a subject to France.The...
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A charming little chapel

I came across this little chapel accidentally when strolling the streets of Rimini. I can't tell you where it was, maybe in Corso d'Augusto, and maybe not... can't remember. I noticed it only because...
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Flowers in the Fish Market

The old Fish Market by the Piazza Cavour is no longer used for seafood of course. On some days of the week (can't remember which ones though...) it becomes the flower and plants market.It was a nice...
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Could do with more signs

Well, you couldn't miss Tiberio's bridge for it's so distinct from the surrounding architecture, and then there's the sign that tells you it dates back to 1st c. I think a few other places in Rimini...
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Most popular local transport

While there are city buses in Rimini, the most popular means of transport is the bicycle. You see them parked everywhere! This bike lot is at the Piazza Cavour but it is not the only one.Another...
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Oleanders everywhere

Oleanders are quite popular in the Mediterranean countries but in Rimini I found them in almost every garden. Sometimes they are bushy like the one in the picture, and in other places they are grown...
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arch

Riminese think that you should not pass under the arch, in their believe, it will bring unfortunate events, do not ask me why as, I really do not know and I truly believe they do not know either, it's...
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As an american i was suprised...

As an american i was suprised to see how late everyone stayed up. It was common to see whole families including young children out walking at midnight. A quite walk on the beach at midnight turned out...
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If you get a chance, try out a...

If you get a chance, try out a game of beach Bocce. Kind of a slow motion bowling game - can be played either on a hard surface (concrete with a thin layer of sand) or on a soft deep sand surface. Be...
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Being a tourist in Rimini,...

Being a tourist in Rimini, keep in mind that money earned by locals thanks to their tourist business, are almost only source of income. So you will never be said or shown any offence from the locals...
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Top Hotels in Rimini

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Via Dante, 50, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy
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Viale Cristoforo Colombo 2, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47037, Italy
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Viale G. Dati, 8, Viserba, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47811, Italy
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Viale Vespucci 16, Marina Centro Aerea, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy
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Viale Vittorio Veneto, 22, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy
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Via Americo Vespucci 42, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Rimini

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Beach

Being a sea side resort, most of the people go to Rimini in order to spend some hours on the beaches. In Rimini there is practically a long strip of beach. It is 15 kilometers long or maybe more....
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Tiberio's Bridge

Next to the Ponte di Tiberio is an area with very colourful buildings, small and narrow paths and incredible wall paintings. I found them by luck, as I was trying to find a way to get a good photo...
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Pescheria-Fish Market

Located on Piazza Cavour; you will see the Fish Market across the piazza from Palazzo dell'Arengo is the 18th century fish market. The original stone counters, the waterspots for cleaning fish and the...
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Arco d'Augusto

You are looking at the oldest remaining Roman Arch in the world. You are also looking at the very point where the 2 main roads in the Roman Empire met – the Via Flaminia (N-S) and Via Emilia (E-W)....
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Tempio Malatestiano

There was a church since the IX century on its site.Then it was built the church of Saint Francis in the XIII century. It was redesigned in 1450 by order of Sigismondo Malatesta as his and her...
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Italia in Miniature

Italia in Miniatura is a amusement park situated in Viserba. This is part of Rimini. It is made of around 270 miniature replicas of many popular and other not so popular buildings located in various...
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"Rimini ~ so Much More than beaches!"
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Willettsworld

"Rimini - more than just a beach resort"
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xaver

"the city I want to live in"
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PetraG

"Rimini - more than just beaches"
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"Rimini - Attention: History awaits you!"
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