The whole peninsula at a glance
Italy in Miniature reproduces to scale some 300 architectural beauties of Italy that you can walking through in a green park near Rimini. The idea dates to 1970, when Ivo Rambaldi started building scale reproductions of Italian monuments, buildings and landscapes. Since then, the park has grown and is constantly renewed.
In one place, you can see the Mole Antonelliana and the Colosseum, the palaces of Florence and the spires of the Milan Cathedral, the Tower of Pisa and the wonders of Sicily. All in a garden with flowers, hedges and 5,000 dwarf trees.
In one morning, you can stroll through Italy’s most beautiful squares, look out over the Gulf of Naples, take a gondola ride through the canals of a 1:5 scale Venice, dive into the Middle Ages at Castel Sismondo or step into the world of Pinocchio. And after exploring Italy, you can visit the most famous monuments in Europe, also in miniature.
You can walk or take the miniature train that runs around the entire perimeter of the park at a height of 6 metres to admire the entire peninsula from above and take a trip from the Alps to Mount Etna.