Arco d'Augusto

Largo Giulio Cesare, 8, Rimini

The Augustus's Arch was dedicated to Emperor Augustus by the Roman Senate in 27 BC. It is the oldest surviving Roman arch. It marked the end of the Via Flaminia,...


Teatro Amintore Galli (ex Vittorio Emanuele II)

Piazza Cavour, Rimini

The need to provide the city with a public theater was strongly felt in Rimini since the seventeenth century. In 1681, in fact, it decided to build a permanent...

Point of interest

Piazza Cavour

Piazza Cavour, 11, Rimini

Piazza Cavour, center of city life since the Middle Ages, is the main square of Rimini, a meeting point which usually take place in ceremonies, exhibitions and...


Parco Federico Fellini

Via Saint Maur des Fosses, Rimini

Federico Fellini Park named after famous Rimini. Since 1948, after the overthrow of legendary Kursaal, Park has become a pleasant meeting place. Located in the...

Historical building

Palazzo dell'Arengo

Via Massimo D'Azeglio, 20, Rimini

The Arengo Palace is a majestic building in Romanesque-Gothic style located in Cavour Square, in Rimini. Topped by battlements, it was based, in the late Middle Ages,...


Museo di Scolca

Via Covignano, 257, Rimini

Museum is the result of a ten-year restoration, strongly backed by Don R. Rossi, owner of the parish of S. Fortunato. This is the recovery of a treasure of culture...

Point of interest

Ponte di Augusto e Tiberio

Ponte di Tiberio, Rimini

Tiberius Bridge, a symbol of the city of Rimini, was built between 14 and 21 AD, under the governments of Augustus and Tiberius. Built in Istria stone as the Arch,...

Religious building

Tempio Malatestiano (Duomo)

Via IV Novembre, 35, Rimini

Completely renovated under the lordship of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, with contributions from artists like Leon Battista Alberti, Matteo de' Pasti, Agostino di...


Tesoro della Cattedrale

Via IV Novembre, 35, Rimini

Opened in 1993, is headquartered in the Octagon Room recently built next to the Malatesta Temple, monumental building designed by Leon Battista Alberti, among the...


Castel Sismondo

Piazza Malatesta, 22, Rimini

Sismondo Castle takes its name from its inventor and manufacturer, Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, Lord of Rimini and Fano. The current structure is merely the core of...


Cinema Fulgor

Corso d'Augusto, 160-164, Rimini

The building is located in Corso d'Augusto 162 and was owned by noble brothers Demofonte and Aurelio Valloni. The building after the earthquake, in 1787, was...

Point of interest

Borgo San Giuliano

Via San Giuliano, Rimini

Beyond Augustus and Tiberius's Bridge there is old Borgo San Giuliano, which was also linked to Federico Fellini. Its streets and squares are an example of social...