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 theme park which attracts a large number of tourists. Aquafan is a water park further along the coast which can be reached by bus from Rimini. A funfair and over 270 scale models of iconic Italian buildings are organized by Italy in miniature.
Various nightclubs provide an excellent dance floor for people who want to shake their legs to the beats of excellent music. Rimini’s beaches are not the only reason for its appeal to tourists, it also has a small historic centre. Several Roman remains and a Renaissance monument, the Tempio Malatestiano is found here. This monument is a stunning specimen of architecture with pagan motifs engraved upon its façade and an excellent crucifix by the great artist Giotto. The surrounding peaceful and green countryside provides a contrast to the beach front.
The 5-star Grand hotel, Parco Federico Fellini is the one of the best hotels here. It has been used by Italian director Federico Fellini, who is a resident of this city, in several of his films. Extensive grounds and an exclusive private beach, along with spacious accommodations are provided by this hotel.
Endless sandy beaches, a sleek marina and several bars adds to the appeal that Rimini hold for tourists seeking a break in the sun. Besides clean beaches, Family-friendly restaurants, hotels, theme parks etc, Rimini also has a historic importance.