Rimini hides precious artistic relics and fabulous artist's proofs inside the churches of its historic center.
This path will start from the Church of S. Giovanni Battista, where we find some of the most beautiful paintings of the seventeenth century in Rimini, including the Pala dei Carmelitani by Guido Cagnacci, and then continue towards the fourteenth-century Church of Sant'Agostino, with the splendid frescoes of the Giotto school, the monumental Church of Santa Maria dei Servi, rich in Baroque-style testimonies, to end with the suggestive Church of S. Giuliano, mindful of the nefarious events of Giuliano Martire, portrayed with exemplary mastery in the sixteenth-century canvas of the Venetian painter Paolo Veronese.
Fee: Adults € 15 children up to 10 years free
When: Every Saturday morning
Meeting point: Arco d'Augusto Rimini
Minimum participants: 5 people