City of art to visit during your seaside holidays at Romagna Camping Village
History, tradition, immense artistic heritage and food and wine are mixed in a unique and diversified cultural offer, in the heart of the Romagna Riviera.
History, culture and Federico Fellini: Rimini's tourist offer
The Arch of Augustus, the Tiberius bridge, but also the scenes of Fellini's films drawn on the walls of the houses in Borgo San Giuliano: Rimini is all this, a city that marries the ancient Roman origins with its history, to create that peculiar modernity that characterizes the queen among the destinations of the Riviera Romagnola. Within a few hundred meters you can visit the surgeon's Domus - an archaeological site that shows the public a Roman house from 200 AD. belonged to a doctor and accompanied by "objects of the trade" of the time - but also the Malatesta Temple, a Renaissance jewel that will amaze you with the original decorations of its walls and chapels inside. Not to mention all the other historical and cultural wonders that the city offers. And at the end of the day, before returning, the inevitable aperitif in one of the many trendy clubs in Rimini.
The small Republic of San Marino
An independent state of only 61 km², or rather a real Republic: San Marino, located between Emilia Romagna and the Marche, is rich in history but is also a territory to be discovered. There are nine castles to visit in its territory, but the rich medieval heritage also lies in the tradition of crossbowmen and in the urban structure of the city center. You can gather more information about the Republic by consulting the website of its tourist office. The city of San Marino and Mount Titano on which it stands have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The splendor of the Byzantine mosaics of Ravenna
Ravenna was the capital of the Western Roman Empire in the fifteenth century after Christ. The city of Romagna represents a virtuous combination of culture, sea, food, nature and leisure, and is universally known for its unique mosaics in the world and for World Heritage churches: from San Vitale to Galla Placidia, from the Baptistery of the Arians to the Mausoleum of Theoderic, from Sant'Apollinare in Classe to the Domus dei Tappeti di Pietra. That's not all, because the city that houses the tomb of Dante Alighieri is also known for the long beaches devoted to sports activities in Marina di Ravenna, Lido Adriano and Punta Marina (but also Cervia and Cesenatico), without forgetting the many cultural initiatives related to the territory.
The taverns and the cultural offer of Santarcangelo di Romagna
Santarcangelo is a town that has managed to maintain a strong link with its past and its traditions. The whole historic center is alive, made of well-kept houses and buildings, excellent restaurants, taverns, narrow streets that lead to lively squares. The atmosphere is that of a large village that wants to live with the right rhythms, and attentive to its appearance: guests immediately perceive a strong "city" and Romagna identity. Particularly known are cultural events of national importance such as Santarcangelo dei Teatri, which have now become an integral part of the city's cultural offer.