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Overview of the Hotel: It is located on the seafront in Marina Centro and features excellent accommodations, swimming pools, and a private beach. Its rooms are air-conditioned and have an LCD TV, and a minibar. 2 swimming pools, one on-site and one at the beach are present. A spa is found in the beach swimming pool in summer. A tennis court, putting green, and gym are also found in this hotel. Live music takes place in the bar or out on the terrace. It has two restaurants and one of them is located on the beach. It is surrounded by … Continue reading

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One of the major tourist attractions of Italy, Rimini is a beach resort, which provides the perfect retreat for tourists to escape the daily drudgery of life. Rimini’s beach front is 15km long and strolling upon its golden sands under the bright sunlight rejoices one’s heart. The entire beach is divided into a large number of private plots. Each of these provide facilities like beach huts, sun umbrellas, loungers, toilets and sporting activities etc to attract more tourists. Amusement parks become the source of adventure and adrenaline rush for children and their families. Fiabilandia (Via Cardono 15, Rivazzurra) is a … Continue reading

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The cathedral church of Rimini, Italy, The Tempio Malatestiano takes the popular name from Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, who commissioned its reconstruction. The church’s breathtaking marble façade holds its viewer captivated. Incorporating sculptures made by by Agostino di Duccio and Matteo de’ Pasti the church is a view worth seeing. The gothic tradition of interment under the exterior side arches of a church is applied here and in each blind arch is a sarcophagus. The large arcades on the sides are reminiscent of the Roman aqueducts. Seven chapels with the tombs of illustrious Riminese citizens are present under the large arcades … Continue reading

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Arco di Augusto or the Augustus arch, built as a tribute to Emperor Augustus, holds its beholder spellbound. Surrounded by ruins of the demolished city walls – a souvenir of the fascist period – the arch stands tall and proud, marking the end of the street Via Flaminia and the beginning of Via Emilia. The arch’s simple and modest design serves to be the element enhancing its grandeur.  Magnificent reliefs of the four deities – Jupiter, Apollo, Neptune and Roma rejoice the sight falling upon it. The original arch was adorned by an outstanding statue, of the emperor himself mounted … Continue reading