The Italian coastal city of Rimini is located in the northeastern part of the country, just outside San Marino. This is a popular destination for both foreign and domestic tourists. The beaches of the Adriatic Sea attract millions of people every year. The best time to go here is between May-Sep and the warmest is in July-Aug with about 30 degrees in average temperature.
But Rimini is so much more than just sun and swimming. The city has a lot to offer in terms of culture and entertainment. Historic sites and monuments in symbiosis with new architecture and modern art. We at GO Sport Travel warmly recommend the cozy city!
The Air Force Museum Museo Dell’Aviazione is located on the outskirts of Rimini. The museum was inaugurated in 1995 and has almost 100,000 km2 of exhibition space. Here you can see over 50 aircraft, an exhibition of uniforms through the ages and a photo exhibition.
For the adventurous, we recommend a visit to the adventure park Skypark Parco Avventura. Here, sports and entertainment are mixed in close contact with nature. There are a variety of activities to choose from, such as Sky Jump, climbing, obstacle courses and archery, etc. There is something for everyone, big and small.
Arco D’augusto (Arch of Augustus), is a landmark built in 27 BC. This was built in honor of the then emperor Augustus. Originally, a statue of the emperor stood on top of the gate but was replaced in the Middle Ages by pinnacles. The arch is in surprisingly good condition for its age and is well worth a visit.
Italian cuisine is among the most popular in the world. The Italians have really mastered the art of creating fantastic food without articulating too much. Fresh ingredients with high quality characterize the kitchen.
For Italians, food is so much more than just food, it is an incredibly large and important part of Italian culture. The recipes are inherited from generation to generation and there are as many varieties of pesto as there are families.
Pizza, pasta, bread, and charcuterie. There is a lot you must not miss when visiting Italy. There is something for all tastes.
Federico Fellini International Airport is approximately 7 kilometers from the city center. The airport is one of the busiest in Italy as the area is popular with holidaying families. Buses to the train station in the center of Rimini leave from outside the terminal. Bus number 9 runs every thirty minutes and the journey takes about 15 minutes. A ticket costs € 1.20. A taxi to Rimini Station costs about € 21.
An added value when you live in Rimini is that you can take the opportunity and experience the Moto GP live. Once a year, the San Marino Grand Prix is ??held on the classic Misano circuit. If you live in Rimini, you get to the track within about 40 minutes.
We at Go Sport Travel offer official tickets to Moto GP and can tailor your trip with accommodation and flights, completely according to your wishes!
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Updated conditions to take advantage of from 2020-09-03.