Archeology and antiquities

The Domus del chirurgo, the great archaeological site in the center of Rimini, an ancient Roman villa of the II century AD, belonging to a surgeon with all its instruments.

Castel Sismondo, the great fortress of the 15th century in the center of Rimini, with its massive square towers, which now hosts exhibitions and events.

The Tempio Malatestiano, which the citizens of Rimini call Duomo designed by Leon Battista Alberti, preserves precious works including those of Piero della Francesca, Agostino di Duccio, Giotto.

The arco di Rimini, the largest Roman arch left and one of the main symbols of Rimini, Roman gate of the city from which you enter the historic center.

The bridge of Tiberius, an ancient Roman bridge built by the roman emperor Tiberius, son of Augustus and still intact today. Also called the Devil’s Bridge for a curious folk legend. Do you want to know which one? Ask us!