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Top Things to Do in Rimini

Top Things to Do in Rimini

Rimini is full of things to do! It is one of the most famous beach regions in Europe, but there is more to discover than just sun and a good time! Whether you want to party or relax, there is something for everyone! Read on to learn about the top things to do in Rimini!

Top Things to Do in Rimini

1. The Old Fish Market (Vecchia Pescheria)

Of course our first suggestion is a party! Crowds of people meet here in the evenings to have a drink and socialise.

The Old Fish Market is known for its trendy cafes, clubs, and restaurants in historic buildings. The medieval squares and romantic lanes in the area makes it the Montmartre of Rimini!

2. Life on the beach

We have 250 beaches, so make sure you pack your swim trunks! Spending a day at the beach is one of the best things to do in Rimini! Facilities and lots of sport activities are free with the rental of a beach umbrella, and they’re reasonable compared to the rest of Italy!

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the following beaches: Piazzale BoscovichSan Giuliano, Marebello, and Miramare.

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3. The Surgeon’s House

This archaeological site opened in late 2007 and is one of Rimini’s main attractions! You can see Roman surgical tools and pharmaceutical equipment here. For those in the medical field, it is worth a visit!

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~DOMUS DEL CHIRURGO~ La “Domus del Chirurgo”é una villa romana che risale alla seconda metà del II secolo d.C. e si affacciava direttamente sul mare. La casa possedeva una sala da pranzo (triclinium), una camera da letto (cubiculum) e due stanze di soggiorno. Una di queste, la taberna medica, era l’ambulatorio dove Eutyches visitava i suoi pazienti, li operava e, a volte, li ricoverava. Su un frammento di muro del cubiculum, inoltre, gli archeologi hanno messo in luce l’iscrizione “Eutyches homo bonus”. Il graffito, probabilmente inciso da un paziente ricoverato nella domus, ha permesso di risalire al nome del proprietario di casa. All’interno della villa, poi, erano presenti alcuni ambienti minori, come una stanza riscaldata (ipocausto) e una latrina. Al piano superiore, troviamo la cucina e la dispensa. Gli arredi e le decorazioni della Domus testimoniano il gusto orientale del padrone di casa, un uomo raffinato e colto, oltre che molto ricco. Così, anche i mosaici, rispecchiano questa tendenza. I soggetti rappresentati ci riportano a un’epoca lontana. Ricordiamo in particolare, il mosaico raffigurante Orfeo tra gli animali: colorato e riccamente decorato, raffigura Orfeo al centro, attorniato da animali del bosco, come è frequente nelle raffigurazioni classiche. Secondo la leggenda, Orfeo era figlio di Apollo e di Calliope e riusciva ad incantare gli animali grazie al suo canto melodioso. Nella stanza attigua, più piccola, i mosaici ricamano motivi neri e bianchi, simmetrici. Dopo la metà del III secolo, sotto l’imperatore Gallieno, un’incursione di Alemanni mise a ferro e fuoco Ariminum (antica Rimini) e la domus fu distrutta da un incendio. Proprio il crollo del tetto ha consentito la perfetta conservazione dei mosaici, degli arredi e degli utensili. #archeologia#archaeology #storia #history #arte #arts #culture #cultura #storia #roma #ancientrome #rimini #ariminum #domus #chirurgo #domusdelchirurgo #tabernamedica #villa

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4. City Museum

The city museum is in an 18th century Jesuit convent, next to the Church of the Suffrage. It’s home to lots of cultural and historical artefacts, including a section celebrating Imperial Rimini in the 2nd and 3rd centuries. This is also where you can see the famous mosaic of the ancient ships!

5. Borgo San Giuliano

This area is a must visit! It’s full of ancient and medieval buildings, many having been restored with pastel colours and murals. It’s a pleasure to walk around the little roads and squares with friends, or alone!

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6. Fellini

Rimini is the birthplace of Federico Fellini who is known for his world of cinematic fantasy. Fellini often used Rimini as a backdrop in his films and we love him for it!

If you want the Fellini experience, start at Parco Fellini for a view the white Grand Hotel. You can sleep in the Fellini suite or have the Fellini menu for dinner. After dinner, you can head to the harbour and the ‘palata’ where the young men in the film, “Vitelloni” liked to endlessly philosophise.

7. Malatesta Temple

The Malatesta Temple, commissioned by Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta is a Renaissance masterpiece. It was built as a mausoleum for his 3rd and last wife, Isotti degli Atti, however it was never finished. Today it contains a series of treasures, including a crucifix by Giotto, and a fresco by Piero della Francesca.

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And that’s the top things to do in Rimini and we hope it has helped you plan your time! If you are looking for a place to stay, book the famous Sunflower Beach Hostel. You will love their bar, pub crawl, and great location – only 200m from the beach! They are the best hosts in Rimini, and they can’t wait to meet you!!

If you want to know more, check our post on 43 Destinations, 43 Instagram Hot Spots! This place is full of instagram worthy spots!

And last but not least, Rimini is the place to be for Italian car lovers! The Emilia Romagna Motor Valley is just a stone’s throw away from us. Home to famous car brands like Ferrari, Maserati, and Lamborghini – it’s worth a visit!

We wish you a great time!

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