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Rimini

Land of roman conquests, testified today from'Arch of Augustus, bridge of Tiberius , and from theamphitheatre, Rimini has then lived the era of the renaissance, characterized by the vicissitudes of the Malatesta family, which, during his presence gave birth to the Malatesta Temple and Castel Sismondo.

Between the streets of the historic centre you can get carried away by the romantic atmosphere of its squares, among which the most important Piazza Tre Martiri and Piazza Cavour, the street markets and typical restaurants hidden among the narrow streets of the city's oldest.

San Leo

The small village of the hinterland of rimini, is situated on the highest of the mountains of the whole Apennines, the Monte Feliciano. On the summit stands the majestic Fortress, which is one of the most beautiful of the military architecture of the florentine Renaissance.

To be able to visit the country, you have to log in from a single entrance door, past you can admire the piazza with the romanesque church, the cathedral and the castle, the prison where he was imprisoned Cagliostro.

San Marino

The Republic of San Marino on mount Titano, overlooking the entire area, from Piazza della Libertà offers a breathtaking panorama. Today is one of the attractions of interest to tourists from all over the world interested in the history, culture and shopping.

Pleasant to spend here an entire day and have the opportunity to visit both the Gallery of modern and contemporary art is the State Museum. Also famous for its outlet, you will find a lot of shops for hours of shopping.

Gradara

It is located not far from the sea, in a hilly landscape and is mainly known for the Rocca Malatestiana. His castle was the place of clashes between the families of Malatesta, Sforza, Della Rovere and Moscow.

For the more romantic, Gradara is linked to the love story of Paolo and Francesca, told by Dante in the Divine Comedy; and around the castle, winds the promenade of the lovers, the path that passes a small forest, arriving in a park.

Mondaino

The border between the hills of Romagna and Marche, the Village is the hill of the deer (or even the mount of Diana). It is a medieval village, dominated by the Malatesta Fortress and famous for the Palio of the Deer, the feast entirely to the medieval theme that takes place in August and which involves the whole country.

Today it is a destination of interest to many lovers of mediaeval art, also thanks to its Piazza Maggiore, with its neoclassical portico.

Torriana and Montebello

These two towns perched in the Valmarecchia are a small jewel of history and characteristic medieval atmosphere. From these heights you can enjoy the wonderful breathtaking views and experience an unspoiled nature.

Poggio Torriana is also known by the name of “Flayed” given the roughness of the spur of rock to which it clings is located within the territory of a natural. Montebello is the village of Poggio Torriana, known for the legend of the ghost named Azzurrina.

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