Present day Rimini, is a thriving and bustling resort on the Italian Rivera. It is said to be have about around over a thousand hotels in the city. It is one of the least showy cities in Italy and has quite a well deserved reputation as attained for. This is the spot where Italians go for their share of tanning. This is rather a local tourist center and doest not have that much of crowd and populace in and around there. There locals even work with you and you there remains happier as to see a foreigner at least trying to communicate in their tongue. Below are mentioned some popular places to travel in Rimini.

•    The 13th Century Cathedral: It is also known as to be the Tempio Malatestiano and was constructed in Gothic style, but was transformed by order of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta according to the designs of Leon Battista Alberti and thus laid there as incomplete. In the cathedral, there are the tombs of Sigismondo and his wife Isotta.

•    The Arch of Augustus: Constructed in 27 BC, it is a single gate with about 9.92 meters height and about 8.45 meters width.  The merlons were added in the middle Ages. It was renovated in the 18th century by Tommaso Temenza.

•    The church of San Giuliano Martire: This presents the massive picture of Paul Veronese (1588) showing his martyrdom. It also includes the pictures of Bittino da Faenza (1357) relating to the certain episodes of the saint’s life about in 1409.

•    The Tiberius Bridge: According to the ancient scriptures, the bridge is constructed over the Marecchia River, that as that tine used to be called as    Ariminus, and it started under Augustus in around 14 AD and was finished under Tiberius in 21. The bridge yet connects the city centre to Borgo San Giuliano and takes it to the consular roads Via Emilia and Via Popilia that leads towards the north. Built in Istria stone, the bridge is made of five five arches that lies upon the enormous massive pillars with breakwater spurs set at an oblique angle as respect to the bridge’s axis letting to follow the current

•    The Roman amphitheater (2nd century): This constructed as by the age old coast line, that had a two orders of porticoes with 60 arcades. It had the elliptical shape, having axes like as of 117.7 x 88 meters. The arena there is measured to about seventy three to fourty four meters. It can sum up upto about the 15,000 spectators.

•    Palazzo dell’Arengo e del Podestà: It was the seat of the judiciary and civil administrations. On the short side in the 14th century the podestà residence there was added further on. This was modified at the end of the 16th century.