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We went to Rimini by bus from Torre Pedrea in the late afternoon.
Maybe our expectations were too high, but the centre was a bit disappointing.
The historical setting is definitely worth a visit, but I missed the atmoshere, the cozyness.
In my opinion Rimini city centre is not included in the top 10 Italian historical centre, but it still has a lot of great gems, including a lot of well preserved Roman ruins. Worth at least half a day stroll
Nice centre but no where really to eat, the centre has lots of shops and plenty of history. We thought we world have dinner here instead of the seaside resort where we are staying. But instead we decided to go back where we are staying....More
Rimini centro is a historical part of Rimini. From there you can get to the Tiberius bridge and The Arch of August. There are many shops, restaurants, cafes. as well as every sunday in these area there is a market where you can buy cheap...More
A place with everything for everyone.Centro (Unesco site) is small and compact with designer shops and a fantastic Wednesday and Saturday market.
Worth a stroll is Via Ceasar Augusto with a Roman bridge one end and a triumphal arch the other ( the oldest surviving...More
When thinking about Rimini, "Ariminum" I would have never thought that it is so rich in history, culture, and roman ruins, testimonials of a grandeur of ancient times. What a wonderful surprise!
You walk through a very tidy, bycicle -friendly, vivid city which captures your...More
Rimini Centro (the city centre) is bustling with things to see and shops to explore. Typically on a Wednesday and Sunday (from May to September) street markets will be open - however I did find the items quite pricey compared to a typical British market....More