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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
From EUR139.00
Florence Grand Panoramic Tour
"Start your day in Lucca and hop on a train to Florence. Meet your tour leader in central Florence and start your tour on board of a comfortable mini-van. You will first visit Piazzale Michelangelo where you can see the most amazing view over the whole city. Take plenty of pictures before continuing on to Fiesole.On the way to Fiesole you will have the chance to see suburban areas hard to reach on foot but still historically and artistically relevant. You will see the exterior of many different places such as Fortezza da Basso Piazza della Libertà San Domenico Church Fiesole
From EUR38.00
Full-Day Private Tour to Arezzo and Cortona from Siena
"Depart from your Siena hotel and take a scenic 1-hour drive through the hills of Crete Senesi. Reach Arezzo a city of ancient Etruscan origins known for the great antiquarian tradition. Walk among places that have been the backdrop of the Oscar-winning film ""Life is Beautiful"" by Roberto Benigni such as St. Francis. In the basilica are preserved frescoes of Piero della Francesca.Explore Piazza Grande the most noteworthy medieval square in the city. Filled with antique shops and boutiques Piazza Grande is also home to the most famous and oldest Antique Fair which is traditionally held the first weekend of each month. Finally visit the Cathedral
From EUR189.00

The beaches.

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. Many...
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Aug 22, 2015

Europe's longest beach

Rimini has 15 km of beach along the strip and it's used well. In the summer months it's really crowded here, but when I arrived in the beginning of September it was less people, and more space.The...
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Sep 26, 2011

Beach...sun and fun!

On the Rimini beach you find a lot of fun amenities, like beachvolley, beachbasket, swimming pools, games for children. Near the seaside, you can rent surf jets, windsurfs and small boats. You can...
Feb 17, 2010

The Beach!

Aah... soft, white sand, heat of the sun burning your skin, pure and not-so-salty ocean in front of you.. a perfect place to relax! Some parts of the beach belong to certain hotels but there are free...
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Jun 22, 2008


Weather good, the beach is the place to head for. Most hotels seem to have their own area for guests but plent of room available for non hotel guests.Beach was crowded at the weekend but almost...
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May 26, 2007

Viale Regina Margherita

This is perhaps the most touristy place I have seen in my life. The long avenue is Rimini's artery of tourism (together with the Lungomare and the Viale Regina Elena) with hundreds of hotels, clubs,...
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Oct 27, 2006

Rimini's beach

It seems to be impossible to find the right time for the beach. In summer, it becomes very crowded and off-season it is too cold.I was there in early April, when it did not make sense to lay down and...
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Oct 27, 2006

Loretta 99

While the water sucks everywhere, the beach can be realllllly fun. I had a great time at Loretta 99. which is basically beach spot number 99. All the prices of the beaches are about the same, and so...
Jun 21, 2006

15km of beach!

Rimini has some 15km of beach making it the largest beach resort in Europe. When I was there in mid-May I nearly had it all to myself as the season hadn't kicked in then (there was quite a stiff...
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Aug 17, 2005

Our Ghia Monster experience...

We were most fortunate during our visit to Rimini, that we missed a terrifying experience on the sun bleached beaches. Apparently, as this video capture from a TV clip shows, a huge Ghia monster whose...
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Aug 08, 2005

Rimini's Beach in May

In May the beach is great - not many people about, yet it is still warm and pleasant (at least by my UK standards!). I was finding it difficult to find a good picture of the beach so I've included...
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Jul 11, 2004

The beach - on a wet Sunday afternoon

It was a wet Sunday morning and afternoon when i visited Rimini - so was not that surprised that the beaches were empty. All that sand, and not a foot print to be seen.
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Jul 05, 2010
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Viale Misurata 51, Rimini, 47900, Italy
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Viale Zanzur 7, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy
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Via Cirene, 21, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy
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Viale Misurata 16, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy
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Via Bengasi 14, Marina Centro, Rimini, 47921, Italy
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Viale Tripoli 203, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy
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"Rimini ~ so Much More than beaches!"
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"Rimini - more than just a beach resort"
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"the city I want to live in"
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"Rimini - more than just beaches"
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"Rimini - Attention: History awaits you!"
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Things to Do Near Rimini

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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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Sismondo Castle

Rocco Malatestiana is quite impressive... well, all castles are. It was both the residence of the Malatesta family (the lords of Rimini in 13th-17th c.) and a fortress, and was designed by...
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Once again , if you travel with children you are somehow limited, and you seek out, avtivities where both adults and children can enjoy. Rimini has a dolphinarium, and again Leda was chosen out of the...
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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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The castle

In addition to the Guaita Tower and fortress and the Cesta Tower, one can easily walk along and explore much of the city walls connecting the fortifications. These provide some nice views around the...
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Arian Baptistery -Battistero degli Ariani

The second site we visited in Ravenna was the Battisterio Ariano. This was built in the late fifth century as the bapistery of the Arian Cathedral, at a time when Arianism was the official court...
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Getting to Rimini


15 km along the east coast of Rimini, Italy


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