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  • Rimini: Italy in Miniature Entry Ticket

    1. Rimini: Italy in Miniature Entry Ticket

    Visit Italy in Miniature, the "smallest" park in Italy. Opened in 1970 the park offers a mix of educational, mechanical, and thematic attractions. In addition to over 250 miniatures, you can visit a pavilion dedicated to the laws of physics, try driving small cars at the interactive driving school, watch a live show, and navigate the scale reproduction waters of the Venice Grand Canal.

    Interessante il giro delle città italuane e dei principali monumenti. Un consiglio avvicinate un po' i cartelli descrittivi, le parti piccole e i modi di dire non si leggono. Il cinema 7D non lo farei a pagamento, ma a prenotazione oraria

  • Riccione: Oltremare Park Entrance Ticket

    2. Riccione: Oltremare Park Entrance Ticket

    Enjoy access to the Oltremare Park, a sprawling nature park dedicated to the landscape of the Adriatic and beyond across eons. Divided into 4 elements, enjoy 4 themed areas that reflect the stunning biodiversity of the region. In the Air area, gaze at majestic eagles, vultures, hawks, owls, and many other species of birds of prey in elaborately designed aviaries. In the Water area, catch Dolphin Lagoon, the largest dolphin enclosure in Europe, where you can watch stunning choreographed shows performed by the dolphins. Check out the Earth area’s “Darwin, the Rainforest,” a journey 65 million years into the past to discover the landscape of the cretaceous period, and the Fire area’s “Planet Earth,” a multi-sensory journey through the formation of our planet. If you’re traveling with children, don’t miss out on the Energy area, an exciting playground made of suspension bridges, high altitu...

  • Rimini: Beach Umbrella and Sun Bed at 67 Beach with Drink

    3. Rimini: Beach Umbrella and Sun Bed at 67 Beach with Drink

    Visit Rimini, “the Pearl of the Adriatic,” and enjoy some fun in the sun on 67 Beach.     Enjoy a sun bed on the beach with a beach umbrella. Live the good life and sip an aperitif while watching the beach-goers playing in the sun. Rimini boasts some of the best-equipped beaches in Italy and has a 150-year history of hospitality. Discover the vibrant beaches of Rimini, which are full of life 24 hours a day. Spend a whole day in the sun and experience a feeling of wellbeing and absolute relaxation. Watch the sun set into the Adriatic after enjoying a day of sun and surf.

  • Rimini: Must-See Sites with a Native Guide

    4. Rimini: Must-See Sites with a Native Guide

    Starting from the Arch of Augustus, travel to Piazza Tre Martiri – the forum which has kept its function of a local market throughout the century. The square has also been used as a shooting location for the movie "Fellini’s Amarcord". A few steps away, enter piazza Cavour - the political center of the city. This piazza is today surrounded by 3 historical buildings: Palazzo Garampi, Palazzo dell’Arengo, and Palazzo del Podesta, as well as the 18th-century Pescheria. You then visit the Malatestian Temple, one of the most representative examples of the Italian Renaissance. Whilst there, stop at The Surgeon’s House - an Ancient Roman domus hosting a taberna medica. Finally, pass the Tiberio’s Bridge to reach an old village of San Giuliano.

  • Rimini: 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour w/ a Local Guide

    5. Rimini: 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour w/ a Local Guide

    Join this guided tour of downtown Rimini, the city which is famous all over Europe for its seaside tradition, culture and delicious food. Through this tour, you won't get too see the most tourist part of the city, on the contrary, your local guide will take you to explore the ancient and fascinating heart of Rimini. Starting from the majestic Arch of Augustus, you will walk to Piazza Tre Martiri, symbol of the Italian resistance in Rimini. This square is also known to be one of the main places where Federico Fellini's Amarcord movie took place.  When you pass this square, you will then arrive to Piazza Cavour, center of Rimini's political life. Walking along the adjacent street, you will reach another piece of the Roman history in the city: the famous Surgeon's House. This special building dates back to the 2nd century A.D. and hides a "taberna medica," where the largest collec...

  • Rimini:Cooking Class at a Local's Home

    6. Rimini:Cooking Class at a Local's Home

    Immerse yourself in a cooking class at a local home, learning the secrets of the most famous dishes of regional cuisine and taste the fruit of your labor accompanied by local wines. During the lesson, the cook will reveal the tricks of the trade for three authentic local recipes. Have fun putting your cooking skills to the test. You will have a workstation equipped with utensils and all the ingredients to make the dishes. Then, taste everything you have prepared accompanied by a selection of local wines. Instead of loading your suitcase with souvenirs, take home Italian cooking skills that will stay with you for life.

  • Riccione: Beach Umbrella and Lounge Chairs at Beach 209

    7. Riccione: Beach Umbrella and Lounge Chairs at Beach 209

    Enjoy some fun in the sun in style on Beach 59 in Riccione. With lounge chairs to laze upon, and an umbrella to shield you from some of the Adriatic Coast’s plentiful sunshine, there are few better ways to experience one of Riccione's most popular beaches. Conveniently located near the main shopping street in Riccione, the Viale Ceccarini, you can easily fit a beach day around any of the other activities you have planned. Brimming with excitement at all hours, you can pick up your beach supplies starting at 8:30 AM so you can while the day on your own schedule. Go for a dip in the crystal-clear waters, or sip a drink while snacking on some delicious Italian fare — with a lounge chair and umbrella, the beach is truly your oyster.

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What people are saying about Rimini

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 36 reviews

The dolphin show was more interesting 3 years ago. But that doesn't mean that it was bad now. The show may have been shortened by Corona. But I'm not sure. At first the admitting lady didn't even want to try to scan our tickets. Apparently GetYourGuide doesn't book very often. But everything went smoothly. Food a bit overpriced. But if you take something with you, you save a lot of money. Unfortunately, we missed the parrot show because the show times on the website weren't right, so we wanted to reserve a good place in the dolphinarium. The distance was not despite Corona. But only vaccinated / genesis or with a test come in. We liked everything very much and would go again.