All of our tours to Rimini include:
* Airport transfers
* 3 or 4 nights in 3 or 4 star hotels including breakfast and evening meal each day
* Arrangement of two matches against local teams
* Transfers to/from both matches
* Bilingual tour guide
* All services of GoBYSA
We use a variety of hotels in Rimini but most are either right on the sea front or within a short walk of it. Being Italy the meals are of an excellent standard, for instance at breakfast the buffet will include homemade pies, donuts, croissants, cookies, different kinds of jams, honey, Nutella, yogurt, cold cuts, cheeses and more. Freshly ground coffee and organic milk for a good cappuccino!
In the evening you will always find a good selection of fresh fish, quality meats, cheeses and local cold cuts, original cold and hot starters, vegetarian menus, several main courses, hot soups, tasty salads, vegetables and fruits. Also not to miss anything so many homemade desserts! Special attentions paid to the youngest guests with personalised, tasty and nutritious menus.
What To Do In This Area
Rimini is not just sea and beach it also has amusement parks, country-side and castles, local gastronomy, great shopping and many events for all tastes and for all ages. It is a city of contrasts. In the centre, for instance, ancient narrow streets and cosmopolitan squares are in contrast to the tourist zones and beach areas where lively bars and restaurants attract families and couples alike. Fabulous restaurants and trendy bars serve great food and wine, while miles of sandy beaches and clear seas attract families. The nightlife is lively. There is always something to do in Rimini.
Local landmarks not to be missed include Arch of Augustus which is the oldest surviving Roman arch. Castel Sismondo was once a majestic fortified palace, today it is a vibrant place with exhibitions and concerts. The City Museum is housed within a former Jesuit monastery. Bagno Egisto 38 is a beach in Rimini with many different activities like a water gym, beach volley and ping pong. Visit the Rimini Dolphinarium for a close encounter with dolphins.For a real adventure you should head to Skypark Parco Avventura, an adventure park that mixes sports and entertainment in close contact with nature.
For those amongst your group that like Shopping head for the Corso d’Augusto area where names such as Gucci, Armani and Prada are easily spotted along with shops selling great handbags and belts, jewellery and traditional crafts. For souvenirs style, along with postcards, beachwear and books head for the beach side shops.
A ‘must do’ visit – San Marino. Whilst in Rimini you must visit San Marino. just 15 miles away but so different the historic centre of the Republic of San Marino is a living monument. The view from the Towers is incredible; a terrace with a splendid view of the Romagna Coast on one side and the ancient Republic on the other.
Throughout the pedestrian island, walking along the narrow streets, through the squares and around the churches and the many stores and boutiques, shopping is a pleasure. The first stop is usually for souvenirs. Then, perhaps a jewel, a typical artisan product, ceramics, brand-name clothing or perfume.
Rimini does have it’s own airport but only Ryan Air fly there and the flights are only from London-Stansted and are seasonal.
The nearest airport which has regular flights is Ancona which is 53 miles away. easyJet fly there from London-Gatwick. Ryan Air from London-Stansted.
The next nearest is Bologna (77 miles) Aer Lingus (seasonal) from Dublin. BA from London-Heathrow. easyJet from London-Gatwick. Ryan Air from Edinburgh, London-Stansted and Manchester, plus seasonal from Bristol and Dublin.