BeachlifeThe major reason to go to a Bed and Breakfast Rimini is the beach. The white sand stretches out as far as the eye can see. Most of the beaches are private. For €5 per day, you will get a sunbed and parasol, sometimes with extras such as wifi. The beachfront is filled with bars and souvenir shops selling all the classic seaside accoutrements such as inflatables and postcards. Be sure to try a Piadina, a flatbread sandwich, typical of the region.
CultureThe Old Town boasts many historical buildings and monuments. Visit the Church of St John the Evangelist, a shining example of Gothic architecture built in the 13th century. Spend some time in the Piazza Cavour, a former fish market with a stunning fountain supposedly engraved with a quote from Da Vinci himself. Stay in a Bed and Breakfast Rimini in the town centre and hang out with the locals in this popular meeting spot.
FelliniThe great Italian director Federico Fellini lived and died in Rimini and he is still honoured there today. Many of the scenes from his most famous films were based on locations in the town. Visit the Grand Hotel which Fellini called 'The symbol of all forbidden things'. He was so inspired by this hotel, which featured in his film Amarcord, that he often stayed there, in the same room, room 316.
AirBnB RiminiMany people consider an AirBnB Rimini as a cheaper alternative to a hotel when visiting the town. But have you thought about a B&B from Bed and Breakfast Rimini? Our friendly hosts will be able to give you a proper Italian welcome and can offer service that is simply not available at an anonymous AirBnB Rimini.