Unique experiences: what to see in the Romagna and Marche
Let yourself be conquered by the charm of a land without equal, if you choose the Romagna you choose to experience a stay amidst the sea, history, art and culture.
An area with a vocation for art and beauty, whose main protagonists include Tonino Guerra, Federico Fellini, Giovanni Pascoli, Secondo Casadei and the great poet Dante Alighieri.
Dream, love, live... close your eyes and let yourself be carried away by emotion!
"nothing is known, everything is imagined"
A visionary city of a thousand shades and the birthplace of one of the greatest Italian directors of all time, Federico Fellini.
Let yourself be carried away by the magic of a cosmopolitan place where you can enjoy ever-new experiences.
From the historic Tiberius Bridge to the brand new square on the water, the Fellini itineraries, the Galli Theatre recently returned to its former glory and then the new Part Museum, home of contemporary art, are just some of the many places you can visit in the city.
Then there is the extraordinary Parco del Mare, where the concept of wellness takes shape amidst greenery, cycle paths, play areas and open-air gyms.
The oldest republic in the world, located between Emilia Romagna and Marche, with Mount Titano rising to a height of 755 metres.
Just a few kilometres from Rimini and the Riviera Romagnola, the Republic of San Marino offers you an ancient and medieval ambiance: it is like diving into the past.
A panoramic cable car takes you to the old town centre featuring historic shops, shows by crossbowmen, paths of the witches and museums of ancient crafts.
The Romagna village that is the true cradle of the Malatesta family is situated on a hill just a few kilometres from Rimini where the Marecchia River flows undeterred.
The view of the sea from up there is truly stunning, with a panorama that stretches across the entire Marecchia Valley.
Ideal for a day out with your partner or family, far from the chaos of the Riviera.
An evocative fortress dominates the village of San Leo, seat of the Montefeltro dynasty, where one of history's most mysterious characters, Count Cagliostro, ended his days.
Amidst alchemy and legends, the village of San Leo stands on a beautiful rocky spur 600 metres above sea level, a timeless place that still retains its ancient splendour.
A must for anyone visiting the Romagna, a meeting point for nature and art.
SANTARCANGELO DI ROMAGNA
City of theatre and poetry, the beautiful village of Santarcangelo di Romagna is a city of a thousand souls.
With its underground labyrinths, wine bars, fair markets and old printing works, this beautiful town is a little gem set in one of the most strategic locations in the Romagna hinterland, just a few kilometres from Rimini and San Marino.
It was the birthplace of the great poet and screenwriter Tonino Guerra, to whom a museum containing his extraordinary paintings is dedicated.
Santarcangelo di Romagna is home to one of the oldest festivals on the contemporary scene, the "Festival Internazionale del Teatro in Piazza" (International Theatre Festival on the Square), which is still one of the most important and visited cultural events in Europe.
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