Since the XIX century, the center of the Emilia-Romagna region, the city of Rimini has been known as a resort on the Adriatic coast, equally attractive for both Italians and tourists from other European countries. Its history dates back to pre-Roman times, although the official date of foundation is 268 BC.
In the Emilia-Romagna region, many famous people were born who made Italy famous all over the world – tenor Luciano Pavarotti, director Federico Fellini, designer Alberta Feretti and the incomparable composer Giuseppe Verdi. The historical heritage of different eras has been preserved in Rimini. Today, tourists can admire the Roman arch of the Emperor Augustus, the Palazzo of the Cavour Square and the works of art of the city museum.
And yet Rimini is, first of all, a magnificent sea, well–maintained beaches and an unforgettable vacation on the Adriatic coast. The local tourist infrastructure began to develop decades ago, so the quality of service has long been kept at a high level.