What to see

Rimini boasts a long tradition of hospitality: it was here that the 'Stabilimento Privilegiato dei Bagni' (the first  bathing establishment) was inaugurated in July 1843, marking the beginning of the Italian and international history of seaside tourism. Read more about the city and its history.

But Rimini is not only seaside, it is also a city of art with over 2000 years of history. Rimini has vestiges ranging from the Roman Ariminum to the Middle Ages, from the 14th century Rimini school of painting to Renaissance with its splendid Malatesta Temple, passing from the rooms of the City Museum to the ancient halls of one of the most beautiful libraries in the world, upto the 19th-century architecture of the Amintore Galli Theatre, and all the way to modernity represented by the Fulgor, the legendary cinema immortalised in Amarcord and now part of the new Fellini Museum.

Below are the jewels of the city's artistic, architectural and monumental heritage, not to be missed. To learn more open the page dedicated to 'Art and Culture'.