Rimini - the most famous Italian resort

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Tourists love Italy is a country we love. Everyone will find something for themselves at any time of the year. Historic cities full of historic buildings and excellent cuisine await visitors. In winter, you can ski there, and in the season you can sunbathe on the sandy beaches. Preferably in the most fashionable of the resorts - Rimini. However, when you get bored of lying on the beach, you can go exploring the interesting region of Emilia-Romagna. How to plan a dream trip? We advise!

Holidays in Rimini

Rimini is a definite favorite when it comes to resorts located on the shores of the Adriatic Sea. The city, constantly bustling with life, with long sandy beaches attracts hundreds of sun-hungry tourists every year to visit Italy . It is the largest bathing area in the region, it can additionally boast the "Blue Flag" badge, which confirms the purity of the waters. It is in this city that one of the largest amusement parks in Europe are located - Mirabilandia and Aquafan. For lovers of partying there are pubs and discos open until the morning. However, not everyone knows that Rimini, apart from a rich leisure offer, hides beautiful monuments. You will find a wonderful old town with the Tiberius Bridge and the Arch of Augustus. The city fortress - Castello Malatestiano is also worth considering in your vacation plan in Rimini . To get away from the hustle and bustle of the resort, you can also take a stroll through the squares in the heart of the city - especially piazza Cavour and Piazza tre Martiri.

Visiting the region

The Emilia-Romagna region is not only beautiful beaches with golden sand, but also famous tourist cities, full of monuments worth seeing. The most popular of them is the capital of the region - Bologna, famous for its University of Bologna and outstanding cuisine, including the famous spaghetti. During your stay, you can also go to Piazza Maggiore, the main square of the city with the Neptune Fountain. The two towers, the remnants of 200 unfortunately destroyed towers, which were the symbol of the city in the Middle Ages, are a perfect vantage point over the entire city. Many museums await art lovers - the Archaeological Museum, the Medieval Museum and the Music Museum. The next stop when visiting Emilia-Romagna can be Parma, whose main attractions are - the cathedral, baptistery and Palazzo della Pilotta. The perfect culmination of a short trip around Parma will be tasting local delicacies - prosciutto and parmigiano. At the end we left Ravenna - picturesquely situated on the banks of two rivers, Ronco and Montone. There you will find many historic palaces, stones and temples, 8 of which have been entered on the UNESCO list of monuments. An interesting building in the city is also the Mausoleum of Gallus Placid, in the middle of which there are dozens of mosaics. When traveling in Italy , don't forget the Basilica of San Vitale, one of the oldest religious buildings in the country's early Christian history. Rimini can also be a great base for visiting San Marino, the smallest country in the world, in the vicinity.

Camping in Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is a region unique in many respects. Dozens of monuments will appeal to everyone interested in art, children will love having fun in Mirabilandia, and people seeking great fun - countless clubs. Everyone will have a great time on one of the many sandy beaches in the area. Preferably in an equally unique place - the republic of San Marino. We recommend the Centro Vacanze San Marino campsite located there, surrounded by a picturesque park on a hill and overlooking Rimini. On its premises there is a swimming pool, tennis court, bicycle rental, as well as a volleyball and football pitch. There is also a cafe and experienced animators waiting for guests. There is a playground for children and a special nursery for little ones. The campsite accepts people traveling with dogs. We guarantee maximum relaxation and accommodation in Italy at the highest level.

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Ania Halagarda
Ania Halagarda

I like closer and longer journeys - with an analog camera and a great appetite, because I always like to get to know the local cuisine during the trip. My favorite region in Europe is the Balkans, especially Montenegro, Albania and Bosnia with Herzegovina, which I have visited several times. I dream of returning to beautiful and unpredictable Iceland. I am currently in Southeast Asia.

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