Episode 12: Rimini & San Marino
Companion blog, tips, links, and pics
We loved our time in Rimini and San Marino. A picturesque location worth a visit for those seeking an escape from the big cities of Italy.
The birthplace of Federico Fellini we were inspired to watch a movie and found "In Search of Fellini". Worth a watch and was written by Nancy Cartwright also known as the voice of Bart Simpson.
Rimini is a super easy town to navigate and see all the sights on foot. Above we are roaming around the gardens and bike paths that surround the town.
We visited Rimini off-season in April, which results in fewer tourists and more quiet seaside strolls. We really enjoyed hanging out on the rocks by Rimini Harbor to listen to the ocean and watch the boats and people pass by
For over 2,000 years the Roman Arch of Augustus has served as the gateway into the town of Rimini. This impressive site has many stories to tell. We enjoyed the surrounding parks and benches which are a great place to have a picnic.
Rimini has a great tourism site: Check it out
Great resturant in Sam Marino: Ritrovo Dei Lavoratori,
Want more on eating in Italy? Check out Eric's blog: Hungry While Roaming: Italy Edition
San Marino is a gorgeous place a stone's throw away from Rimini.
Bus to San Marino: Info
San Marino Tourism: https://www.sanmarinosite.com/en/
About the authors:
Christy is an artist/creative spirit & blogger/podcaster with a passion for many things especially the arts, nature, and weird things around the world.
Eric is a blogger, podcaster & educator with a passion for food, arts, and cultures around the world. Follow Eric on Instragram@wanderingwigloo or facebook@liveletroam