Take part in a private walking tour of downtown Rimini, world-famous all over Europe for its seaside tradition, culture and delicious food. In the course of just two and a half hours, you'll get to explore the fascinating historic heart of town.
Starting from the sumptuous Arch of Augustus, your guide will take you to Piazza Tre Martiri, the symbol of the Italian resistance in Rimini and also known as one of the main locations of Federico Fellini's "Amarcord" movie.
You'll then move on to Piazza Cavour, the center of Rimini's political life, and the famous Surgeon's House, which dates back to the 2nd century A.D. Hidden in the building is a "taberna medica", where the largest collection of medical instruments from the Roman world is housed.
You'll then head to Vecchia Pescheria, the old fish market, and to Ponte di Tiberio, a 2000-year-old bridge that connects the city to the old village of the town's fishermen. When you cross the bridge, don't miss out on a quick tour of the small village of San Giuliano, with its colored little houses and delightful wall decorations.
Get ready for a unique tour that will leave you with new and fascinating knowledge of the city's history, heritage and culture.