Rimini located in the center of Italy and well connected to the main European cities, Rimini is the symbol of diversified tourism. Rimini, ancient and modern, popular and cultured, spectacular and artisan was sung about and immortalized by the Maestro of Italian cinema, Federico Fellini.
Gradara A classic old hamlet, enclosed within a long boundary wall where the imposing picturesque castle, a superb example of military architecture, completes the medieval center. The fortress was completed by the Malatesta family between 1307 and 1325 and subsequently renovated several times. Legend has it that in Gradara, the Malatesta household experienced the tragedy of love between Paolo and Francesca, sung by Dante: “My mouth she kissed, all a-tremble …”
San Marino At 750 meters above sea level, is the oldest and smallest sovereign state in the world that for centuries has maintained its freedom and independence. On Mount Titano, the profiles of the three towers topped with a pen, (Guaita, Cesta and Montale) symbol of the Republic which boasts, among its other glories, a noteworthy history and tradition of stamp and coin collecting, much appreciated all over the world.
Santarcangelo di Romagna A doorway to the past, a town, a special place, a pearl in the Valmarecchia: this is Santarcangelo! A history of poets the most famous and founder Tonino Guerra. Boosts the Malatesta Fortress, the Capuchin convent, the nineteenth-century fish market, the` Arch and Square dedicated to Pope Ganganelli, the “mysterious” tuffaceous caves and shops of handicraft wrought iron and rust-printed fabrics.
Castle of Montebello To Montebello is one of the most beautiful and best preserved fortresses of the Romagna. The castle is unique in its foundations rest on the peak of a mountain. The “Mons Belli” which translated from Latin means Mountain of the war, was the destination of many assaults, starting with the Malatesta in 1186. After about 200 years were the Montefeltro and conquer the fortress remained under their rule until 1438 when The Lord of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta restored it. Today the owners of the castle of Montebello is the family Guidi di Bagno feudalized by Pope Pius II in 1463.
San Leo In the heart of Valmarecchia, on a hill at 600 meters,above sea levels there is San Leo, the historic capital of the Montefeltro.with its fortress, the Pieve, and the Duomo, San Leo is also famous for the mysterious and fascinating character who was the “alchemist” Count Cagliostro, who was imprisoned in the fortress and it is died in 1795.