Rimini Holidays

Rimini, once a crucial Roman city on Italy's Adriatic coast, today enchants with its remarkable seaside appeal and historical richness. Straddling the Marecchia and Ausa rivers, this vibrant city expertly merges old-world charm, like the Arch of Augustus and Tiberius Bridge, with contemporary coastal allure.

From exploring heritage sites to savouring delicious regional cuisine, lounging on sandy beaches to experiencing lively nightlife, Rimini guarantees a plethora of delightful experiences. Steeped in culture, blessed with natural beauty, and teeming with friendly locals, Rimini has all the ingredients for a memorable holiday in Italy.

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Things to See and Do

From ancient Roman marvels and medieval castles to whimsical parks, Rimini's attractions make it a remarkable destination full of surprises and discoveries. With each site narrating a tale of Italy's rich history and vibrant present, let's explore some of the must-see attractions of Rimini.

Uncover history at Castel Sismondo

Step into a time capsule and explore Castel Sismondo, an opulent fortress built by Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta. Hosting a range of captivating cultural exhibitions, this castle offers insights into Rimini's remarkable history.

Marvel at the Fountain of the Four Horses

Immerse yourself in the artistic grandeur of Rimini at the Fountain of the Four Horses. Featuring intricate equestrian sculptures and refreshing sprays of water, this fountain adds a serene backdrop for unforgettable photographs.

Experience thrill at Fiabilandia

Immerse yourself in an enchanting fairyland at Fiabilandia. Perfect for young visitors, this theme park offers a range of thrilling rides and entertainment set amidst four themed lands.

Explore Italy in Miniature

Perfect for all ages, the Italy in Miniature park offers a unique perspective into Italy's most famous landmarks, all in one place. Visitors can explore mini replicas of sites such as Rome’s Colosseum and Venice’s Canals.

Step into the past at Arco D' Augusto

Witness Rimini's Roman heritage by visiting the Arch of Augustus, the oldest surviving Roman archway. The monument showcases the architectural precision and beauty that epitomised the Roman period.

Destination Essentials

Possessing a typical Mediterranean climate, Rimini promises glorious weather round the year. Mid-July brings scorching high temperatures of around 30°C, making it an ideal time for beachgoers and water sports enthusiasts. For those looking for a more comfortable climate, the spring (April-June) and autumn (September-October) months offer perfect weather to explore the cultural treasures of the city.

Despite Rimini's year-round appeal, the busiest periods are July, May, and December. So if you're planning a holiday to coincide with these months, make sure you book flights and hotels early. From treading Rimini's ancient Roman paths to soaking in the lively seaside atmosphere, Rimini ensures a perfect Italian getaway whenever you choose to visit.

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