This was such a memorable part of my trip to Rimini. Yes, it's just a bridge, and it's in use, so there's not a lot of activities there. But it's pretty remarkable to walk over something that's 2000 years old. The stones are worn from all the people who have walked over it for thousands of years, going about their business. It's so amazing to think about what has happened in the time that bridge has stood. It probably also helps that coming from the US we're lucky if anything is 100 years old, so I'm always awed by historic structures like this. Even if you aren't into old things, it's very picturesque with the river and old buildings.
It is a pretty busy bridge for cars, as noted by many other reviews, so watch out for traffic. The other side, il Borgo San Giuliano is so charming it's worth crossing the bridge for. Plus, yummy restaurants over there too!
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