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“Adriatic Pearl”
Review of Rimini

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34 reviews
29 helpful votes
“Adriatic Pearl”
Reviewed 27 December 2010

Rimini, a city on the Adriatic coast. It is very beautiful, first class beaches with fine and white sand and hotels with the best views of the sea. Along the coast is Kennedy Street, on which are the best restaurants and boutiques. In the evening, the city lives the night life, many discos and restaurants open their doors. On the streets of many artists who are satisfied with their breathtaking show. In Rimini many monuments dedicated to the famous film director Federico Fellini, for example on the waterfront is a monument to the camera. Day in the city you can stroll through the ancient streets of old town, to see the structure of an ancient era. Also within easy reach of San Marino, a beautiful city on the rock, then visit the magnificent park of Italy in miniature, where all the Italian cities, and the park is built on the basis of maps of Italy. Especially look tiny Vatican and the Roman Colosseum.

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37 reviews
76 helpful votes
Reviewed 13 December 2010

Rimini = splendid play. There is a plenty of clubs, bars and discos here. The party lasts to the morning and to it this sea climate... Beaches are wide and sandy, there are appointed volleyball courts as well as there are many shops by the beach. You can find a hotel in pretty good price and standard 15 minutes away from the beach. In addition, 40 minutes drive from Rimini there is a great amusement park - Mirabilandia.
The only thing that I do not like there is dirty water in the sea. I was expecting something better.
To sum up, I recommend Rimini to anyone who likes fun.

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41 reviews
44 helpful votes
“Sandy beach with Fillini steps”
Reviewed 21 November 2010

Amazing beaches, mild climate, rich cultural heritage and history, the hospitality of local residents and the magic atmosphere that is familiar from the films of the legendary Fellini - all of Rimini. Rimini, this is a very ancient city was founded by the Romans in 268 BC and called Ariminum. Only in the 19th Century Rimini began to turn into a resort, then there appeared the first equipped beach and opened the first hotels. Holidays in Rimini will give visitors the opportunity not only perfectly tan and swim in the crystal clear sea water, but also to see the unique historical and cultural monuments. Cavour Square, with its elegant palaces - the Palazzo Comunale, the Palazzo del Podestà and the Palazzo del Arengo; Pigna Fountain; Triumphal Arch of Augustus was built in 27 BC, the fortress Malatesta 15 th century temple Malatesta with amazing frescoes and bas-reliefs of famous artists ; Roman Amphitheater 2 centuries BC, where they spent the gladiatorial fights. And this is only a small fraction of those places that await visitors during their tour in Rimini. From Rimini you can take a tour to Rome, San Marino, Venice active holiday in Rimini welcomes the largest European water park - Aquafan with lots of slides and attractions. Nightlife in Rimini in full swing at the Piazzetta, where there are plenty of bars, restaurants, clubs and discos. Restaurant «Trattoria Tonino il Lurido» will delight gourmets delicious dishes of seafood, in addition, is the favorite restaurant of Federico Fellini. Holidays in Rimini, a day to remember for all tourists regardless of age, because this dream of a perfect vacation come true.

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2 reviews
1 helpful vote
“Rimini, a place of music and history”
Reviewed 8 October 2010

My family and I spent a week in Rimini while I participated in the annual International Choral Workshop with the music accademy (in Rimini) and with Peter Philips and Ghislaine Morgan, of the Tallis Scholars. We loved the historical heart of Rimini. And we enjoyed a fantastic side trip to San Leo, where the choir sang a concert there.

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20 reviews
24 helpful votes
“Times change!!!”
Reviewed 3 August 2010

Rimini was a British favourite in the 60's, 70's and early 80's, it was also popular with Germans, Swedes and of course the Italians themselves. I had many a happy time there as a teenager, later also converting my then husband-to-be who was totally won over by the mile upon mile of golden sand and more bars and restaurants than you could wish for. We were last there 12 years ago with our children and it hadn't changed that much and this year we decided to re-visit. We stayed at the Hotel Atlas at the Marina Centro end of town. We found that Rimini doesn't seem to feel as Italian as it used to, even though its as popular as ever with the Italians. The miles of leather shops I used to browse have largely been replaced by cheap jewelery and souvenirs and the bars dont appear to have as much character as I recall. We were the only British couple in our hotel, if not the whole of Rimini which was not a problem at all but we were suprised to discover that the whole resort has been taken over by Russians of all ages and Dutch teenagers. It's fine, and there's a lot of nightlife (another city that never sleeps but it always has been!) but not quite the same without us Brits and our German counterparts. The clean, well-organised beaches are as magnificent as ever (if you're after secluded coves don't even think about it!) and once we'd got used to being mistaken for Russians it was good all round. I've re-named it Vladivostock del Mare and despite that still have an affection for the place. I don't know when we'll return there but I'd never say never. Tip: If the pace gets too hectic in the evenings. come off the main road and head for the beach bars, cheaper and very chilled out!

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