The Tiberius Bridge, or Ponte Di Tiberio as the Italians call it, crosses the Marecchia River. The bridge dates back to the 1st century AD and connects the city centre to Borgo San Giuliano. It is one of Rimini’s most notable landmarks and officially a national monument.
The Aviation Museum, Museo Dell’Aviazione, is located outside Rimini and has around 40 planes, including a MiG-23, Phantom and Lockheed F-104. Some of the planes on display are from conflicts in Korea, India-Pakistan, Vietnam, Iran-Iraq, Gulf, Afghanistan and Bosnia. Here you will also find other items on display, such as uniforms and photos.
Tempio Malatestiano, also called Duomo di Rimini, was completely refurbished by the Malatesta family during the XV century. Important artists as Leon Battista Alberti, Matteo de' Pasti, Agostino di Duccio and Piero della Francesca worked on it. Today, besides being a place of worship, the Tempio houses also a museum of manuscripts and reliquaries from the XIV and XV century.
Bagno Egisto 38 is a beach in Rimini that offers a variety of activities like a water gym, sunbathing, beach volley and ping pong. This tourist village has been here since 1994 and today is offers, in collaboration with several hotels, many different types of services during both day and night.
Bounty Club ranks amongst the finest restaurants, pizzerias and pubs in Italy. The building is shaped like a ship and located right next to the beach. Sit down in this outstanding interior and enjoy this restaurant’s exquisite cuisine, with excellent specialities served every night.
Federico Fellini International Airport (RMI) is located around 7 kilometres from the city centre. The airport is one of the busiest in Italy as the area is popular with holidaying families. Buses to the train station in the centre of Rimini run from outside the terminal. Bus number 9 runs every 30 minutes and the journey takes about 15 minutes. Located 55 kilometres away is the Forli Airport , which also serves Rimini. Via Seganti 103, Rimini +39 054 3474 990 www.forliairport.net
Italy can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens from Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are not sure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend you to contact the embassy or consulate in your country. In order to enter the Schengen zone, international (non-Schengen) travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip. Citizens from Schengen countries can travel without a passport, but they must bring with them a valid ID during their stay.
The best time to visit Rimini is during the summertime, as the city is famous throughout Italy for its beach resorts and vibrant nightlife. The climate is warm in spring and early autumn, and very hot during the summer months (June-August), which makes it perfect for a beach vacation. Also, the major events and festivals are held during the summer, like the famous Pink Night, which usually takes place during the first week of July. Rimini, however, has more to offer, and if you just want to visit the city and enjoy its museums and historical places, summer probably isn't a good idea, as the city gets very crowded and the prices rise considerably during the high season. In September-October the weather is still warm, but the city is quieter, and much more enjoyable.
The best way to get around the Rimini city centre is to walk. You can also get around easily by taxi or by hiring a car or bicycle. AMR buses and trams operate throughout the city and outlying suburbs. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket shops located throughout the city, at the automated ticket machines or directly on board with an extra charge. A one-way ticked costs around 1.30 € in the urban area of Rimini.