Excursions in Rimini. Sightseeing tours in Rimini

Excursions in Rimini

Excursions in Rimini

Rimini is a truly Italian city with a rich history and amazing architecture. Many excursions in Rimini are remembered for a long time, because they allow you to better know Italy.

Sightseeing excursion program

Rimini, whose name in ancient times was Ariminum, is famous for its rich history. It was in this city that Caesar pronounced "the die is cast", Malatesta ruled during the Renaissance, Federico Fellini was born here. Rimini is famous for its amazing opportunities for beach tourism, beautiful old architecture. Sightseeing tours in Rimini allow you to get acquainted with the past of the city, which was first founded in the northern part of Italy. You can see the ancient Roman pavement, the arch of the emperor Augustus, the ancient bridge of Tiberius, the Malatesta temple. Treat yourself to a truly fulfilling vacation!

Top sights in Rimini

  1. Temple of Malatesta.
    The Malatesta Temple becomes the first point of the numerous excursions that take place in Rimini. This temple is recognized as the best example of Franciscan Gothic. The construction took place in the XII century. The modified temple was erected by Leon Alberti, whose buildings are recognized as one of the most beautiful in Europe. In the 15th century, the local authorities rebuilt a small church into a family museum, and the best craftsmen helped in this. Leon Alberti supervised the work, despite the fact that he lived in Rome. However, financial difficulties did not allow the idea to be realized. Today, tourists can visit the Malatesta Temple and celebrate the value of two works, namely the Crucifixion by Giotto, as well as a fresco depicting Sigismondo Malatesta by Piero della Francesca.
  2. Place Cavour.
    Cavour is the main square in Rimini. Some of the best local architectural monuments are located here, representing different eras, but at the same time creating a harmonious ensemble. Three beautiful palaces can be seen in the square, namely the Palace of the Commons, the Medieval Assembly and the Headman. Noteworthy is the Pigna fountain, made of white marble, it has three levels, and a spruce cone flaunts at the very top. It is important to note that the pine cone symbolizes the independence of the Roman Empire. Cavour is an amazing place in Rimini, because it is here that you can fully feel the spirit of antiquity.
  3. Palazzo Brioli.
    Brioli is home to the columned porticoes left over from the Roman forum. Opposite them is an ancient palace that belonged to the Karampi and Baldinini families. In the middle of the 18th century, a scientific observatory was located here. The Palazzo Brioli complex also includes the Clock Tower from 1562 with the "Perpetual Astrological Calendar". Later, the tower was rebuilt, as a result of which it acquired a beautiful appearance in line with modern trends..
  4. Tiberius bridge.
    This landmark is known as the "Devil's Bridge" because it amazed many people with its incredible strength. Construction began in the fourteenth year BC. The Tiberius Bridge has been standing for over 2000 years and the wooden piles are still in good condition. The Romans were able to invent a mixture of volcanic ash and lime, thanks to which the bridge stands for so long and can last as long. There are 5 arches on the bridge, which are located from the smallest to the largest. Unsurprisingly, Tiberius Bridge has become one of the most famous landmarks in Rimini!

Do you want to know the true Italy? In this case, a trip to Rimini is mandatory!

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