The Piazza sull’Acqua (Square on the Water) is a splendid spot in the midst of greenery from which to admire the majesty of the two-thousand-year-old Tiberius Bridge. Today, this space is one of Rimini’s symbolic places, characterised by a special ‘floating’ pavement, on the water. It is often the venue for popular cultural and sporting events.
Looking towards Borgo San Giuliano, one can see Ericaeilcane’s mural depicting a rooster fighting with a peacock, two symbols of this land: the former represents Romagna and the latter refers to Amarcord by Federico Fellini.
The stretch of water also overlooks the city’s largest green lung, the Marecchia Park, from which many cycle paths lead to the beautiful inland villages.