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Rimini, the Home Town of Federico Fellini

Federico Fellini, (January 20, 1920 – October 31, 1993) was the most important Italian film director. Visit the Fellini’s Museum, it’s located within Rimini’s historic centre and is popular with both Italian public and foreign visitors alike.

Rimini Weekly Markets

Wednesday and Saturdays. Great bargains to be had.

Parks & fun

Day Entertainment

For the more active there are a wide range of water sports swimming, canoeing, windsurfing, kite surfing and diving (put in links).
For the adrenaline seekers: Skydiving in San Marino.

Diveplanet, The Diving School :
Paganello, Crazy Frisbee Challenge :
Blusea, The Sailing school :
Paracadutismo, Skydiving :
Cagliostro's Castle in San Leo :
Paolo e Francesca's castle in Gradara :
Montegridolfo, Malatestiano medieval village :
Dante's The Divine Comedy's Onferno Caves :
Frasassi famous caves :

Delfinario Rimini

Dolphin shows.
Open from Easter to September.

Aviation Museum

With more than 40 planes including MiG’s, a DC3 once owned by Clark Gablee and a Gloucestern Javelin, this is a great place for those who never grew up.
Open every day from 9am to 19pm.


cinema with a screen of more than 600mq, film of 70mm which is 10 times more bigger than normal photographic film, the Imax has top quality film, sound pictures and colour.
Sit back and relax in one of the 497 comfortable seats and you will think you are in space or descending to the bottom of the sea.

Aquarium Cattolica

A new way to get to know the sea, its inhabitants and its history. Situated in Cattolica. 

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This is a new theme park on the hills near Riccione, near Aquafan. The park boasts a wealth of walks and stimulating contact with nature. An area of 110 thousand SQ.M ensures a rewarding homage to our planet and sea.
Open 12 months of the year.


This is known as the most famous waterpark in Europe. Aquafan is not merely a waterpark. It has an amazing nightlife – the Walky Club disco was created in 1988, is now the headquaters of Radio Dee-jay, together with the artistic direction of Linus and the presence of famous dj’s make it a landmark for night-life on the Romagnola Riviera.
Open everyday from June 3th to September 17, from 10.30am to 18.30pm. Night-time opening from 22.00pm to 4am.

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Italy in Miniature

A collection of the most famous monuments in Italy and places in the world, such as scale models of some 120 buildings facing Venice’s Grand Canal and Piazza San Marco.
Summer opening hours: 1st April to 24th September open all day, the rest of the year open only at weekends.

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This is the largest theme park on the Adriatic Coast. It is set in an area of 70 hectares that perfectly blends nature, tecnology, entertainment and relaxation.
6 theme areas and 37 fantastic attractions and performances, it is among the main entertainments parks in Europe.
Open every day from 1st April to 30th September.

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