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Rimini is a resort town in Emilia-Romagna on Italy's east coast.
Rimini today is a thriving, bustling resort on the Italian Riviera that boasts "over a thousand hotels". It is Italy's biggest beach resort and it is very famous all over Europe, with 15 km of sandy beach plus thousands of bars, restaurants and discos.
This is a place where the Italians go for their sea and sun, and therefore the food is excellent as well as the people being friendly and helpful. You won't find many tour buses filled with Americans or English here!
As a renowned resort area, Rimini is served by Rimini International Airport (RMI) which connects the city mostly to cities in Russia and Central Europe like Amsterdam, Berlin, Bruxelles, Dusseldorf, Helsinki, Karlsruhe, Nuremberg, Stuttgart and Zurich.
Some low cost airlines like RyanAir go to Forlì Airport (FRL) which is about 55 km from Rimini. Other nearby airports are those in Ancona (107km) and Bologna (120km).
There is a train line that runs up and down the coast from Rimini to Ravenna and Bologna in the north and Ancona in the south, via any number of smaller resort towns.
The train station itself does not have any luggage deposit facilities, but you can drop by the Tourist Information next to the station and ask if they still have space for you to deposit your belongings for a fee.
Most hotels are within walking distance of the beach and the centre, but if you want to take a trip along the coast or inland, buses run regularly from the train station and are frequent and cheap.
What to see
The Augustus Arch, a Roman arch built to celebrate the Roman emperor who lent it his name
The Tiberius Bridge, the Roman bridge that marks the beginning of the Aemilian Way
The Domus of the Surgeon an impressive archeological area documenting 20 centuries of Rimini history.
The Federico Fellini Museum, Via Clementini 2, Rimini, Fellini's Museum is located within Rimini's historic centre and is popular with both Italian public and foreign visitors alike.
Tempio Malatestiano, 35 Via IV Novembre. Bizarre burial chapel for Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, the lord of the city, together with his mistress Isotta degli Atti and the Malatesta family.
Lounge on the 15km of beaches. Known as La Marina, the beachfront is by far the number one reason anybody comes to Rimini. Yes, there is an old town, but this is generally ignored by most tourists although its major historical and cultural value with valuable monuments dating back to Roman and medieval era.
Over winter, the marina side becomes a ghost town with a lot of shops shutting until the warm season starts up again, but the city centre is open all year round offering cultural events, good restaurants and great shopping opportunities, especially during sales period (jan-feb).
The new Rimini Fair host several important congress and fairs with a busy autumn-winter-spring schedule Rimini Fiera.
In late 2009 the new congress center will open very near the center of the city.
Remember to take a dip in the Adriatic. The bay is warm and inviting and home to many interesting and friendly mammals.
Downtown are the best fashion boutiques, where is it possible to find the best Italian designer brands (Gucci, Prada, Armani, D&G, ...). In early 2006 the first and one of the biggest (in Romagna) shopping malls, called "Le Befane", opened. It's so big that it changed the landscape of the west side of the city. For typically tourist stuff, the beachfront has small souvenir shops. If you enjoy scandalising the family or even your home country's postal service, don't miss some of the more risqué postcards on sale at any one of a number of the little shops on the seafront.