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Rimini and Surroundings

During your holidays along the Riviera Romagnola, you will have the opportunity to make them even more complete by discovering Rimini and its surroundings with day trips and excursions from the Gambrinus Hotel in Marebello di Rimini.
The city of Rimini and its hinterland (San Marino, San Leo, Gradara, all easily reachable from the hotel) concentrate centuries-old history and culture, with natural landscapes that thrill for their beauty in which shine medieval villages of immortal charm.
By notifying the hotel in advance, you can receive a packed lunch.


Rimini has an ancient and fascinating history which has been enriched by the various vicissitudes of the noble families who left their mark in the Middle Ages and by Imperial Rome which, with its precious monuments, has given wonderful architectural evidence to modern Rimini: the Arch of Augustus, the Bridge of Tiberius, the ancient amphitheatre and the Surgeon's House. The city also offers many well-equipped public parks, full of games for children, sports trails and cycle paths to reach the various points of the city on foot or by bicycle surrounded by greenery.

San Marino

A few kilometres from Rimini, perched on Mount Titano, is San Marino, the oldest Republic in the world. Its position offers an exceptional panorama down to the coast, all over the Romagna Riviera, giving visitors unforgettable views. The old town is a splendid village with characteristic narrow streets and perched houses, where you can get lost looking for the many craft shops that smell of tradition. Apart from shopping, which also includes a wide range of fashion outlets for all tastes, San Marino offers interesting and curious museums, art exhibitions and plenty of cultural events all the year round.

San Leo

An ancient village perched on an imposing rock mass overlooking the Marecchia Valley, just a few kilometres from Rimini. The symbol of San Leo is the mighty medieval fortress which offers a breathtaking view as far as the coast, evidence of the ancient history of the village, which was used as a military stronghold from the first settlements. Today the castle is the seat of a museum and is visited every year by thousands of tourists, attracted by the history and the beauty of the landscape of the town, and is the starting point for fascinating excursions to discover the medieval villages of Val Marecchia, surrounded by unspoilt nature.


A charming village full of charm and ancient history located on the border between Romagna and Marche a few kilometers from the coast. Its castle is its symbol and dominates the surrounding area from the height of the hill on which it is perched. It is said that the rooms and walls of the castle witnessed the troubled love between Paolo and Francesca, told by Dante in the Divine Comedy. Gradara, besides being rich in history and traditions, also hosts numerous cultural and gastronomic events throughout the year.

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