At the bustling centre of the Adriatic Coast lies Rimini. The perfect destination for those travelling Italy by train, this city is rich in architectural marvels and historic sights. The capital city of the synonymous province and an incredibly popular tourist destination in northern Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, Rimini combines beautiful beaches, balmy weather and breath-taking scenery for a one-of-a-kind getaway. Rimini railway station is well served by regional and national train services. Trenitalia provides many of the connecting routes serving this station, with the train to Rimini from Rome taking approximately 3h10mins, including transfers at Bologna Centrale station.

Visiting Rimini

After taking the train to Rimini, passengers should disembark at the main railway station to begin a walking tour of this spectacular city. Within 15 minutes, visitors will come upon the Roman amphitheatre, Anfiteatro, and the Tempio Malatestiano, both offering fascinating architectural insights into the distant past. From here, tourists are within easy walking distance (just a 1-minute walk!) from Rimini’s cathedral and Piazzetta Teatini, which are both essential stops for memorable photo opportunities. The Piazza Cavour and Piazza Tre Martiri can also be found in the vicinity, serving as the beating heart of daily city life. Head here for bustling markets, local exhibitions and musical events. Alternatively, visitors can continue on for a 5-minute walk to find the Museo della Città and so-called Surgeon's House, Domus del Chirurgo, both containing an incredible array of artefacts that shine a light on ancient Roman civilisation.

When passing the historic old town and spectacular seafront of Rimini, it's customary to stop at one of the many food stalls and savour a slice of Piadina. This delicious bread is typical of Romagna street food and is traditionally stuffed with an assortment of local cheeses. Sangiovese and Trebbiano make the perfect accompaniments to this snack of choice! Looking to shop? Viale Vespucci and Viale Regina Elena are the main shopping boulevards in town (along a 20-minute stretch), with countless fashion boutiques just waiting to be explored. Visitors will also find various restaurants in this area of the city, ensuring plenty of choice when it comes to recharging those batteries after a long day of retail therapy. Once the evening rolls around, why not head to the nearby beach? Tourists can join locals here as they party well into the night!

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