Do not miss the art sites of Rimini: the sites of the Roman Rimini as the Arch of Augustus, the Tiberius Bridge, the Surgeon's House (Domus del Chirurgo) and the sites of the Rimini Renaissance as the Malatesta Temple and Castel Sismondo. Besides these ancient monuments we have also the places of the "new" Rimini: the Francesca da Rimini Arena, the square on the water, the Fulgor Cinema, the new Galli Theater. Here you will find our tips and suggestions to discover our city.
A tour through the ancient sites between the city and the museums calling to mind the historical events of the ancient Ariminum from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. You will admire the main monuments, from the Arch of Augustus to the Tiberius Bridge with the wonderful square on the water, and then you will visit the Surgeon's House where Eutyches, the surgeon, lived and worked in the 3rd century AD.BUY HERE YOUR TOUR
Giotto stopped in Rimini around the year 1300 and his presence encouraged the birth of what is called "The school of the fourteenth century in Rimini". A Giotto pictorial school that has given the world priceless works exhibited in all the most important museums in the world. Our tour starts from the rooms of the City Museum to continue with the frescoes that are in the “Sant'Agostino” Church.BUY HERE YOUR TOUR
Thanks to Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta Rimini has an invaluable Renaissance heritage. Sigismondo built the Malatesta Temple, designed by Leon Battista Alberti, which preserves Piero della Francesca's masterpiece and an admirable crucifix by Giotto, and Castel Sismondo designed by Sigismondo himself with the help of Filippo Brunelleschi.BUY HERE YOUR TOUR
A tour through our Theater and the history of Rimini in the nineteenth century . Here are the basis for the tourist vocation of Rimini with the birth of the first bathing establishment in 1843. We will start our tour from the rooms of our City Museum to discover the connection between Rimini and the Italian Risorgimento, a connection you can see visiting the Galli Theater, inaugurated in 1857 with the opera "L'Aroldo" by Giuseppe Verdi.BUY HERE YOUR TOUR
The PART Museum will open in Rimini in 2020, a new site that joins together in a single project the Palaces of Art in Rimini: the “Palazzo dell'Arengo” and the “Palazzo del Podestà”. Here will take place the exhibition with the eclectic collection of contemporary art works donated by artists, collectors and gallery owners of the San Patrignano Foundation.COMING SOON
The Galli Theater is the place for meetings, relationships and events par excellence in the city. Inaugurated by Giuseppe Verdi in 1857 it was opened again in November 2018 after a long restoration work. Under the orchestra there is a museum itinerary that includes the archaeological area found during the restoration works of the theater.
The itinerary is divided into four spaces: the first tells the history of Rimini thanks to a touch screen panel. Following the traces left by the finds, we can trace the birth of Rimini in 220 BC. passing through the republican and the imperial times of the ancient Rome. After the medieval time and the Malatesta, we will arrive in the Rimini of the nineteenth century, to which the second 'island' is dedicated, which includes the history of Italian theater, the life and music of Giuseppe Verdi. At the end the real archaeological area where you can admire the surface of the archaeological excavation.
At the time of the ancient Romans Rimini was a strategic crossroads of ancient maritime, military and commercial routes with important cultural exchanges through the via Flaminia, the via Emilia and the via Popilia. The starting point is the Visitor Center of the Roman Rimini, a multimedia and interactive itinerary to discover the ancient city with an excellent guide, Julius Caesar.
(2 days / 1 night)
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You will visit the main archaeological sites of the ancient Rimini by bike: the Arch of Augustus, the Roman Forum, the Tiberius Bridge, the Surgeon’s House, the ancient home of a doctor who lived during the Roman times . Besides these known and appreciated places, you can also visit other hidden places: Porta Montanara, a tank for the settling of clay, the last Miliario of the via Flaminia, the crossroads between via Emilia and via Popilia and the traces of the Roman Theater.
(2 days / 1 night)
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An unusual experience, that of "touching with your hand" the reproductions of some finds in the tactile section "Points of view. The double meaning of archeology: digging to rebuild". The story begins with the story of two women who lived in Verucchio between the late 8th and early 7th century BC. and buried in the same tomb, and this presents two points of view: that who prepared the tomb 3000 years ago for the two dead and that of the archaeologists who dug it in 2007.
(3 giorni/2 notti)
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The discovery of the Roman Rimini starts from Savignano sul Rubicone where the story began with the legendary moment at the beginning of 49 BC when Julius Caesar decided to cross the Rubicone River and march against Pompeo in Rome. Hence the famous phrase of Suetonius 'alea iacta est' (the die is cast). The tour continues to RIMINI with the guided tour of the sites of the Roman Rimini by bike. The second day visit of VERUCCHIO with its Archaeological Museum
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