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Rimini, one of the most popular provincial capitals of Emilia-Romagna, offers tourists high-quality accommodation facilities and plenty of absorbing recreational activities. It is also scattered with outstanding historic and artistic beauties and provided with modern air, sea, train and road connections which give tourists the possibility to reach the fascinating villages of the hinterland. Its modern Exhibition Centre makes it one of the most important commercial centres in Italy.

Renowned all over the world for the excellent tourist services and facilities it offers, Rimini gathers a remarkably wide array of accommodation options which are able to suit even tourists' most demanding requirements. Comfortable 3-star guesthouses and luxury 4-star hotels follow one another along the sea front which connects Bellaria with Cattolica, and so do cheap inns and budget hotels which every summer welcome millions of visitors from all over the world. Not to be missed are luxury accommodation facilities, intimate bed and breakfasts and welcoming family hotels which are situated just in the heart of the old town. Business travellers will have the opportunity to stay at well-equipped hotels situated near the Exhibition Centre, which are modern accommodation facilities featuring state-of-the-art services and facilities. The hinterland cherishes plenty of charming holiday farms surrounded by fertile valleys which give tourists the possibility to taste genuine local staples while enjoying a closer touch with nature.

The importance Rimini achieved during the Roman Age is evidenced by the city's two most important monuments, Tiberius Bridge and the Arch of Augustus. Rimini's old town develops between these two monuments, and is scattered with spacious squares, prestigious palaces and precious finds dating back to the period when the city was ruled by the Malatesta family. Rimini's most representative medieval and Renaissance landmarks are Castel Sismondo, the former residence of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta , and the Malatesta Temple, which was designed by the illustrious architect Leon Battista Alberti and whose interior cherishes outstanding works of art by Agostino di Duccio and Piero della Francesca. Rimini's historical beauties are complemented by trendy clubs, stylish boutiques and lively bathing establishments.
Trendy discos, restaurants and large squares which regularly stage great concerts and events follow one another along Rimini's sea front. The new basin and its glamorous clubs attract large numbers of visitors both during the day and at night, while the nearby Borgo San Giuliano, which gathers charming inns and quiet hidden squares, still retains the fascinating atmosphere celebrated by Fellini in the films he dedicated to his native town.
Rimini's environs too offer plenty of fun opportunities, such as traditional folk festivals which give participants the possibility to taste mouth-watering local staples, absorbing events which are held in the most glamorous resorts of the Riviera, such as Riccione, Cattolica and Bellaria, funny theme parks for both adults and children, cinemas, museums and theatres which every evening stage absorbing shows and representations.