Both an ancient and a new town, Rimini, capital of the newborn province of the same name, offers monuments from a famous past along with a most modern tourist organization.

Ideal holiday destination for those willing to alternate relaxation on the beach, night entertainment in discos, and visits to art treasures from the past. Rimini was founded by the Romans in 268 B.C., as a strategic hub for commercial traffic.

At the end of the 13th Century the Malatesta family transformed Rimini into a rich culture and art centre.

This rich history is witnessed by Augustus' Arch, Tiberius' Bridge and the Malatesta's Temple.

The town is divided in two lively and pulsating hearts: the historical town centre with its fisherman's quarter, and the marina, with 15 kms of beach.

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