Rimini has many faces, so many moods to live, colors and stories to discover. The best way to do this is to venture out on foot along this fascinating route. It starts from Piazzale Kennedy, in Marina Centro, first stop: the Roman Rimini.
The Roman era has left unmistakable landmarks on the territory, including: the Roman Amphitheater, the Arch of Augustus, the Domus del Chirurgo and the Tiberius Bridge. The gate of Ariminum, the Rimini of the Romans, was erected by the Roman Senate in 27 BC : the Arch of Augustus, celebrating the emperor Ottaviano for the restoration of the Via Flaminia.
Continuing on our itinerary, we discover that the festive tradition of the Romagna Riviera has ancient roots in the 2nd century AD. in fact, the emperor Hadrian built the Roman Amphitheater, a place to relax social tensions by sharing moments of fun and escape.
The route reserves other pearls of the Roman heritage. After leaving the emperors of ancient Rome, after a few steps we find ourselves in the medieval atmosphere promoted by the powerful ancient Malatesta family: the Castle of Sismondo, the Tempio Malatestiano and Piazza Cavour, to name a few. Leon Battista Alberti, Vasari, Giotto and Piero della Francesca are just some of the illustrious names that have contributed to enrich the Rimini Renaissance heritage.
During the journey, between stories of real life, dialect poems and vintage photos, there will be a meeting with Federico Fellini, in the city where he was born. A fascinating journey from the center of the marina to the ancient city will accompany you to the inevitable memory of Federico Fellini.
It is a journey into Italian neorealism to discover one of the greatest geniuses of Italian Cinema of the '60s, to rediscover the land that gave birth to the myth of Fellini.