Popular Accommodations in Rimini
Highlights in Rimini
- Ancient Arc de Triomphe Arco d´Augusto
- Roman bridge Ponte Tiberio
- Medieval Castel Sismondo from the 15th century
- Pine cone fountain Fontana della Pigna in the city center
- Excursion to San Marino
- Italy's largest miniature park, miles of sandy beaches
Most popular in Rimini
Vacation rentals in Rimini
Most of the apartments you will find in Rimini are located along the kilometre long sandy beach. From such an accommodation an impressive view of the sea already reveals itself to you in the early morning. In addition, the coastal town has some interesting ancient and Roman sights to offer you, which you can reach from the centrally located holiday apartment within walking distance. A vacation rental in Rimini, equipped with a garden, pool and barbecue, is the perfect place to relax and start all kinds of activities.Your well-being is taken care of
Especially in the fincas of the seaside resort you will find an excellent equipment of comfortable kitchen equipment, a sauna and a whirlpool. In addition, you can be pampered by the landlord via shuttle service for the purpose of arrival and departure. For local mobility, some accommodation providers offer you bicycles in the holiday home. The apartment buildings are usually guarded by a porter, who is available to you as a contact person.
Holidays in Rimini
Location and orientation
The city of Rimini is located in Italy, directly on the Adriatic Sea. The capital of the province of the same name is located in Emilia-Romagna and is known as a popular seaside resort. Rimini is very popular as a holiday resort, as the city can be reached from Munich in only seven hours by car. The airport in Rimini is mainly served by charter airlines.Learn useful facts about local mobility
In Rimini, there are so-called trolleybuses, which run to the stations along the coast at 200-metre intervals. The route runs from the Rimini railway station to the neighbouring town of Riccione. With the bus line 11 you can reach all tourist attractions at reasonable prices.
Did you know that the coast of Rimini and Riccione is the most discotheque in Italy?
Travelers and Activities
Rimini is known nationwide for its intoxicating nightlife in numerous clubs, bars and discos. The disco "L´Altro Mondo", which means "the other world", presents exciting events especially in the summer months. Internationally known DJs, such as Gabry Ponte and Gigi D´Agostino, often give guest performances in order to heat up the dancing audience musically. Even free bus transfers from the city centre to the discotheque "L´Altro Mondo" are organised so that you can return safely to your holiday accommodation afterwards.The perfect holiday destination for beach lovers
The beach along the coast of Rimini stretches for a total of 15 kilometres and merges seamlessly with the neighbouring towns of Cattolica and Riccione. In the north, the beach sections are protected from high waves by bricks, so that families with small children will also feel at home here. It is good to know that you can always lie anywhere on the beach and go into the water. But those who want to have a bar, toilets, showers and sun beds during the day at the beach should visit the beaches of the city that are subject to a fee. These usually also offer you other attractions such as playgrounds, volleyball courts and tennis courts.
Things to know
"Italia in Miniatura" is Italy's largest miniature park. It is located near Rimini and shows the most important Italian buildings in miniature form. There are also some European buildings on display that you can admire while strolling through the park. Next to the miniature park there is an amusement park, which offers many rides, such as a whitewater ride.
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As already mentioned, there is much more to discover in Rimini than the many discos and bars. Thus the Arco d´Augusto represents an impressive sight of the coastal city. It was built in 27 B.C. by the ancient Romans. Today the triumphal arch stands free, whereas it was once a part of the ancient city wall.2nd Ponte Tiberio
Another attraction of the party metropolis is the Ponte Tiberio from the Roman epoch. This is a bridge which was built between 14 and 21 BC. A historical sight and an ideal destination in Rimini!3rd Castel Sismondo
The Castel Sismondo, built between 1437 and 1454, bears witness to the Middle Ages. As the name suggests, it was built at the request of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta. Let yourself be carried away into the past and follow the traces into the Middle Ages!4th Fontana della Pigna
And also the Fontana della Pigna is a real highlight on the Piazza Cavour. This is the so-called pine cone fountain, which was erected in 1400. The special feature of this building is that it or its components were mainly composed of older wells: While the basin dates back to the 15th century, some parts bear witness to the Roman era.5th San Marino
Take advantage of the location of Rimini and visit San Marino. The independent state is located about 45 minutes drive away. Especially the castle Rocca Gualta leaves an impressive and unforgettable impression. The Republic of San Marino is, by the way, the oldest existing one in the world, which allegedly dates back to the year 301.