Rimini is a thriving tourist centre boasting a millenary history. All the year round, a weekend in Rimini
or a short trip here will give guests the opportunity to combine seaside holidays in Rimini with wild nights spent in its most famous clubs and the possibility to visit the museums and monuments cherished by its charming old town.
Rimini's summer life livens up at Easter. The warm spring breeze, the first rays of sun and plenty of sporting events and other challenging activities attract both young people and adults, tourists and local inhabitants.
Not crowded by throngs of tourists yet, the 15-km-long Rimini's coastline is the ideal destination for those who want to spend pleasant stays here on the occasion of spring long holidays, on April, 25 and May, 1 or during the long holiday of June, 2. Summer holidays in Rimini offer plenty of fun opportunities and exciting beach parties. After the weekend of 15 August and up to September, the warm climate of the coast gives guests the opportunity to enjoy wonderful sunny days together with their family, children and elderly people.
The great tradition of tourist hospitality characterizing the Riviera has also focused its attention on business needs, offering business travellers flocking here state-of-the-art services and facilities. Targeted accommodation facilities offer efficient connections, a wide range of customized services, conference facilities and meeting rooms. The pride of congress tourism is the brand new Rimini's Exhibition Centre, the new fair district provided with state-of-the-art technologies, spaces and facilities.
Leisure time in Rimini can be spent visiting a remarkably rich array of events, exhibitions, cultural itineraries and funfairs situated in Rimini and surroundings. Fiabilandia and Italia in Miniatura are easily accessible from Rimini's city centre by car or public means of transport.
Those who prefer the relax opportunities offered by beauty centres and sports facilities can easily find the solution which suits their requirements the most in Rimini. Those who are interested in making long excursions across the hinterland, which is famous for its well-preserved medieval villages, can take advantage of efficient means of transport running to and from Rimini.
The city centre too boasts interesting itineraries: from Roman ruins to the fortresses erected by the Lord of Rimini, Sigismondo Malatesta, the history of Rimini revives in the narrow streets and monuments of its old town. Those who are interested in deepening their knowledge of the history of the city can visit the numerous museums Rimini, which display inestimable artistic and civic collections. Art and creativity are also celebrated inside pubs and clubs, which also feature live music and special events aimed at attracting young people.
Walking down the streets of the city centre, visitors will have the opportunity to admire the charming shopping avenues of Rimini; the best moment to visit them is on the occasion of Christmas Holidays, when both showcases and the streets of the city centre are livened up by bright lights and wonderful settings. The local street markets mounted on the occasion of Christmas holidays in Rimini will help visitors find funny presents for both adults and children.
Last but not least are the amazing Rimini's nights, when inns, pubs and discos give people the possibility to run wild at night along the Riviera. An unforgettable opportunity to experience Rimini by night is on New Year's Eve, when the whole city meets in the most famous clubs in Italy situated both in the old town and along the coast.