Rimini Honeymoon Guide


Rimini, Italy
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Introducing Rimini

Consider Rimini for a honeymoon or romantic getaway: this famous Italian beach resort has been attracting visitors since 1843 and is still the country’s premier party spot during the long and hot summer months.

With around 15km of soft golden sand, a choice of family friendly theme parks, a scenic old town and nearly 500 bars and discos, Rimini offers all the ingredients you need for a lively and memorable honeymoon or romantic getaway.

What to do and see in Rimini
Just a short walk inland from the main beach sits the historic Old Town. Here you can discover the cobbled squares of Piazza Cavour and Piazza Tre Martiri surrounded with several old stone buildings, a pretty 16th century fountain and Roman remains including the foundations of a 2nd century amphitheatre.

Browse lively street markets selling everything from apples to antiques or head to the chic fashion boutiques of Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Prada and Armani, all easily found in the modern town centre.

Rimini has several family-friendly attractions including: the Dolphinarium, located beside the public beach; the Fiabilandia theme park, Italy’s answer to Disneyland; the Aquafan Water Park, with numerous slides and pools; and Italy in Miniature, a funfair located in nearby Viserba, featuring 272 scale models of famous Italian buildings, including Venice's Grand Canal and Piazza San Marco.

The beach resort boasts a wide choice of restaurants, cool bars and dance clubs that stay open much of the night.

Hire a bike and follow more than 30km of cycle trails that link the centre of Rimini with the surrounding countryside. Discover lush valleys scattered with fir and chestnut trees and gently rolling hills dotted with small attractive towns such as Santarcangelo, with its steep medieval streets and 13th century fortress.

Once the home of the great Italian film director Federico Fellini, Rimini is located on the Adriatic coast in northeast Italy. To the south sits the independent state of San Marino, while to the north you’ll find the seaside resort of Cesenatico and a string of beaches that stretches all the way to the small historic city of Ravenna.

There are around 1000 hotels to suit all honeymoon budgets.

If money is no object, why not stay at Rimini's best-known hotel, the 5-star Grand Hotel Rimini (Parco Federico Fellini), with its exclusive and private white-sand beach and manicured gardens. The hotel opened in 1908 and was immortalised by Fellini in several of his films.

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Best time to honeymoon in Rimini
The best time for a Rimini honeymoon is during the long summer months from June to September when the average daily temperature is 22°C. Mid-July to the end of August are the hottest (30°C) and busiest months; the beaches get very crowded with mainly Italian families at this time of year.

Rimini is located on the Adriatic coast in the province of Emilia-Romagna, in northeast Italy around 110km from the region's capital, Bologna and 300km south of Venice.

Getting there
Rimini is just 8km from Federico Fellini International (Rimini) Airport and is well serviced by trains from Bologna and Milan.
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Latest update Rimini honeymoon: 20 March, 2018
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