Rimini is a medium-sized city in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, and capital city of the Province of Rimini. It is located on the Adriatic Sea, on the coast between the rivers Marecchia. It is one of the most famous seaside resorts in Europe, thanks to its long sandy beach, over 1,000 hotels and thousands of bars, restaurants and discos.
- The 13th century cathedral (San Francesco, best known as Tempio Malatestiano) was originally in Gothic style.
- The Arch of Augustus. Built in 27 BC, it has a single gate 9.92 m high and 8.45 m wide.
- The church of San Giuliano Martire (1553–1575), housing the great picture of Paul Veronese (1588).
- The Tiberius Bridge.
- The Roman amphitheater (2nd century).
- The Castel Sismondo or Rocca Malatestiana of Sigismondo Pandolfo.
- Palazzo dell'Arengo e del Podestà (1204).
- Teatro Galli, originally dedicated to king Victor Emmanuel II and then to the musician Amintore Galli.
- The church of St. John the Evangelist (also known as St. Augustine).
- The church of San Giovanni Battista, erected in the 12th century.
- The town hall has a small but valuable gallery (Perin del Vaga, Ghirlandajo, Bellini, Benedetto Coda, Tintoretto, Agostino di Duccio); the Gambalunga Library (1677) has valuable manuscripts.
- Church of San Fortunato (1418). It houses the Adoration of the Magi (1547) by Giorgio Vasari.
- The bell tower of the former Cathedral of Santa Colomba.
- Archeological museum.
- Bronze statue of Paul V.