Scopri Rimini

Scopri Rimini

Rimini Rinascimentale

Rimini Rinascimentale

Piero e Sigismondo in the Rimini Renaissance

You will find out the Malatestian Temple, the Sismondo Castle and the City Museum, revealing the primary role of Sigismondo in the Italian Renaissance and one of the unique masterpiece of Piero della Francesca. Price: 15 € (min 10 people) When: Every first Sunday of the month at 3.30pm Meeting Place: departure from the Malatesta Temple, historic city center  Language: Italian Duration: 2 hours and a half

Rimini Romana

Il percorso si snoda tra città e museo, evocando le vicende storiche dell’antica Ariminum, dal III secolo a.C. al V d.C. Si ammireranno i principali monumenti del centro storico, dall’Arco d’Augusto al Ponte di Tiberio, con la splendida piazza sull’Acqua, per poi visitare la Domus del chirurgo, dove nel III sec. d.C operava un chirurgo di nome Eutyches. Quota: Adulto 10€ a persona (+3€ per l'ingresso alla Domus del Chirurgo) Quando: Mercoledì 1 gennaio 2020 Orario: 16.00 Punto di ritrovo Arco d'Augusto

Rimini and the sea

Walk in the heart of the marina, along the canal harbor, to tell the maritime traditions, the historic boats and the lighthouse. Also the mythical epic of sea bathing, Fellini's dreams and his Grand Hotel.

Art and Book passion in the 17th century in Rimini

Cultural walk in  the Rimini of Guido Cagnacci and Alessandro Gambalunga The route highlights two interesting characters from the seventeenth century in Rimini: the painter Cagnacci, prominent protagonist of seventeenth-century art with its Caravaggesque and sensual vein, and Alessandro Gambalunga, cultured and well-off Rimini citizen, a lover of printed books. The visit also includes admission to the exhibition "For document and wonder. A 400-year history”  in the Gambalunga palace (Sale Antiche) and of the church of San Giovanni Battista. Price: Adult 10 euros per person When: Monday 30 Decemberat 9.00 and 15.30 Meeting point Piazza Cavour under the statue of the Pope  

Welcome in Rimini

Rimini City of Art We find  a Roman Monuments,the Malatesta Temple, Sismondo Castle and the stories Related to Fellini. Price: Adults 10€ | Instead from 6 years to 14 years 9€ When: EveryThursday and Friday at 9pm  Meeting: at the Tiberius Bridge parking lot  Language: Italian Duration: 2 hours

Passport for Local Castles

Do you know that Romagna land is plenty of ancient castles? Find out some of the best: San Leo, Verucchio and Santarcangelo The Castle of Santarcanelo: Not far from Rimini, the Castle of Santarcangelo di Romagna stands on a small tufaceous hill 90 meters above sea level – Mons Iovis – guarding the plain below, lined by rivers and streams that flow into the sea. It can be seen from the Via Consolare Emilia. Its walls enclose the unique outline of the town of Santarcangelo, a well-preserved and active medieval village. In 1447 the Castle was rebuilt by Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta to face the new military attack systems, including bombards and culverins. In the following years many people have lived in the Castle, some of them well known, and today it is the residence of the family, which preserves its history, traditions and beauty. Every visitor, every tourist who enters the Castle embarks on a journey into the past helping to keep fortresses, forts and manors alive. The Castle of Verucchio: The current building is the result of many restorations over the three centuries of Malatesta domination. The square tower, cistern and entrance arch were built by Mastin Vecchio Malatesa in the 13thcentury, while the "great hall" and other rooms were added by Carlo Malatesta. Later in 1449, Sigismondo Pandolfo carried out radical re-qualification work. Subsequently owners put the environments to a variety of uses until restoration was started in 1939. The Castle of San Leo: It was a constant subject of contention in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, until conquered by Federico da Montefeltro in 1441. The fortress is a mighty defensive work designed by Francesco di Giorgio Martini and seems to be an extension of the rocky crag on which it stands, a work of both Man and Nature combined, with a majestic beauty all its own. Under the rule of the Papal State the fortress of San Leo became a harsh forbidding prison: Count Cagliostro ended his days in its cells. And even after the unification of Italy in the nineteenth century, the fortress continued to be used as a prison, up until the year 1906. Now a museum, the fortress has collections of armour and weaponry, and visitors can also see the cells of famous prisoners and the impressive fortifications. Price: € 16,00 When: Everyday Language: all languages    

A corner of magic in Rimini: the Borgo of San Giuliano

Walk in the most beloved  village of Rimini and beyond. Narrow streets with a timeless atmosphere, Fellini-style themed murals, the houses of fishermen and carters, maritime stories ... without forgetting the Middle Ages that left so many traces in this area. Price: Adult   10 euros Children ( from 6 to 14) 5 euros When :Wednesday 4, 11 and 18 December and 8 and 15 January Saturday 21, 28 December and 11 and 18 January Time: 9.30 am - 2.30 pm - 8.45 pm Meeting point at the newstand of the Tiberius bridge. Old Town     

Discover Ravenna - Scopri Ravenna

Do you have a few hours in Ravenna and you’d like to discover the essence of the historical city centre? Or maybe you’d love to have an expert professional guide at your service to help you unlock the secrets of this Byzantine city? Then this is the perfect tour for you!

Tessere di Mosaico - Guided Tour

The eternal beauty of the mosaics guarded inside some of the most famous Ravenna Unesco monuments is the heart of this guided tour. The itinerary starts in Piazza San Francesco and continues through the streets of the city centre, until arriving at the Basilica of S. Apollinare Nuovo, then at the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, at in the end, the Basilica of S. Vitale. Bilingual Italian-English guided tours are available. From the 7th of January the itinerary is going to change, you will visit the Battistero Neoniano istead fo Basilica di Sant'Apollinare Nuovo. “The site is of outstanding universal value being of remarkable significance by virtue of the supreme artistry of the mosaic art that the monuments contain, and also because of the crucial evidence that they provide of artistic and religious relationships and contacts at an important period of European cultural history.” In this way the UNESCO World Heritage motivated why eight monuments of Ravenna had been added to the World Heritage List.

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Koko Mosaico

Guided tour in English language to a Mosaic workshop where you will have a glance at the works of the master mosaicist. For more than 1500 years, Ravenna has been passing down the extraordinary artistic tradition linked to the mosaic that made it, together with its 8 UNESCO monuments, famous all over the world. Every Saturday a guided tour starts at 11.30 am and will make you discover this amazing art, visiting one of the workshops of the city centre where the traditional techniques meet contemporary projects and ideas.

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