Rimini symbolizes the Adriatic Riviera and Italian seaside tourism. Thousands of Italian and foreign tourists flock to its sandy beaches each year as it is considered the capital of Italian summer fun. Rimini stands between hills and sea, close to other beautiful tourist and cultural Emilia Romagna towns, and offers quiet boarding houses, large hotels, hostels and aparthotels suitable for all tastes along its shoreline. The ample and diversified tourist offer ensures any type of holiday requirement for those seeking relaxation, fun, sports, entertainment and culture. Everyone knows Rimini and the Adriatic Riviera and all they have on offer. Fitness lovers will find beaches where they will be spoiled in choosing which sports to practice. The harbour and the promenade are full of bars and kiosks with typical and tasty “piadine” (flat bread) and constitute an ideal place for cycling. Don't miss an evening stroll along Viale Vespucci, whose bars and shops are a favourite destination for shoppers.
Rimini also offers many clubs where you can dance until dawn both locally and in nearby towns, such as Gabicce mare or Riccione. Fun, history, art and cuisine: these make up the Riviera of Romagna and Rimini’s secret formula for success.