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Rimini is a popular holiday spot for Italians as it sits on Italy's eastern coastline and has a 15km stretch of shore, usually covered in colourful umbrellas. The seaside town is also renowned as one of the country's most prestigious party towns, with lively beachfront bars and clubs on its outskirts. This 2,000-year-old town has culture to offer too, from Roman relics to artistic murals paying homage to the town's famous son, film director Federico Fellini.
Discover the city's lively reputation in a Rimini hostel that's just steps from the beachfront bars. You can stay in a hostel that has pub crawls throughout the week to help you get to know the city after dark, or one with its own bar or nightclub for budget-friendly prices. Some Rimini hostels offer a free breakfast too and have social spaces like an outdoor terrace and pool, where you can unwind the morning after with other guests.
Rimini's neighbourhoods vary from the beachfront Marina Centro and Lungomare Augustore, the heart of the town's famous nightlife, to the charming and trendy Borgo San Giuliano, just across the river. Once a quiet fisherman's district, the cobbled winding streets, artistic murals and quaint piazzas now make the area one of the town's coolest spots, where festivals are held. The city's food culture has spread to the streets, with small kiosks called baracchini serving local delicacies such as piada – a hot bread filled with meats or cheese.
As well as its vibrant nightlife, Rimini has plenty of things to see and do by day. Discover the town's architecture from the time of the Roman Empire, such as the Arch of Augustus, with decorative carvings of Jupiter, Apollo and Neptune, that dates back to 27 BC. The 2,000-year-old Ponte di Tiberio bridge that links the city to neighbouring Borgo San Giuliano is well worth a look. There's also the impressive 1400s Renaissance cathedral of Tempio Malatestiano to marvel at, which displays important pieces of art.
Rimini can be reached from several nearby large cities by train, including Bologna and Ravenna in under an hour and Florence in around 1 hour 40 minutes. If you fly into Federico Fellini International Airport (formerly known as Rimini Miramare Airport), jump on the local bus to Rimini Centro Studi to reach the centre in 18 minutes. The closest main city is the medieval walled town of San Marino on the slopes of Monte Titano, a 30-minute drive away.