Things to see and do - Rimini
Unmissable tourist sites
Rimini Travel guide
Rimini : Michelin's recommendations
Once a destination for the rich and famous, Rimini is now an internationally renowned and popular seaside resort. It also has an illustrious past, as witnessed by many of the monuments in the historical centre, such as the Tempio Malatestiano. Artists such as Leon Battista Alberti and Piero della Francesca worked in the court of Sigismondo I in Rimini; Giotto’s work in the town helped to develop a Rimini School of art; and more recently, the film director Federico Fellini was born here.
Tourist attractions Rimini : Things to see and do
v. Tempio I - 47900 Rimini
Sigismondo Malatesta commissioned Leon Battista Alberti to transform this church in 1447. He built an ancient-style temple to celebrate the glory of the dynasty, later becoming their mausoleum. This building is exquisitely decorated in the late-Gothi..
Piazza Malatesta I - 47900 Rimini
Sigismond I Malatesta (1417-1468), who had this austere château built, with the help of architect Filippo Brunelleschi, governed with a somewhat heartless fashion and without scrupules nevertheless conducted himself like a true patron in attracting P..
v. Cairoli I - 47900 Rimini
The work of Giotto in Saint Francis church (now the Malatesta Temple) has influenced many local artists and gave rise in the 14C to the Rimini school, whose work is well represented in this church.
Via Battarra 9 I - 47921 Rimini
Prix Prices from : 50 €
Set in the historic city centre, this 3-star superior hotel is 600 metres from Rimini Train Station. It offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen satellite TV. Rooms at Hotel Giulio Cesare have modern-style décor and parquet floors. All ..
Via Dante Alighieri 50 I - 47900 Rimini
Prix Prices from : 51 €
Offering minimalist décor and designer rooms, Card International is located in the city centre, just 150 metres from Rimini Train Station. A buffet breakfast including organic and homemade food is served daily. Rooms here are bright and spacious wit..
Viale Cormons 50 I - 47900 Rimini
Within a 600 metre radius of Rimini's popular beaches, Atrium is located near Rimini’s historic centre and the famous Viale Vespucci promenade. Surrounded by greenery, Atrium is open year-round offering a relaxing and cosy environment in this lively..
viale Vespucci 16 I - 47921 Rimini
via Santa Chiara 16 I - 47921 Rimini
Under new management, this restaurant close to the Arch of Augustus, is renowned for its classic fish specialties and elegant dining rooms.
parco Federico Fellini 1 I - 47921 Rimini
Fish and seafood take pride of place on the menu at this elegant, evocatively named restaurant. The menu also includes the occasional meat dish, as well as excellent first courses.
piazzetta Teatini 3 I - 47921 Rimini
Overlooking a tree-shaded square in the historic centre, this restaurant serves specialities from Sicily, as well as the Romagna. A young, creative chef who is originally from Messina prepares these dishes.
lungomare Spadazzi 12 I - 47900 Miramare
This restaurant's relationship with the sea goes back to 1946. Situated right on the beach overlooking the water, it specialises in fish dishes based on traditional recipes from the Adriatic region.
via Forzieri 12 I - 47921 Rimini
Rustic but well laid out surroundings in this restaurant in Borgo San Giuliano. Sample meat specialities and a selection of locally produced cured meats and cheeses. Pleasant outside chairs in the summer.