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Living in Rimini

Rimini is a major international tourist destination and seaside resort, among the most famous ones in Europe and the Mediterranean basin, thanks to a long sandy beach, well-equipped bathing establishments, theme parks, and a number of opportunities for leisure and spare time. The economy of the city is entirely based on tourism, whose development started in the first half of the 19th century and increased after World War II.

The city's other economic sectors, such as services, commerce, construction industry, have been influenced by the development of tourism. Commerce is one of the main economic sectors, thanks to the presence of a large wholesale center, two hypermarkets, department stores, supermarkets, and hundreds of shops and boutiques. Industry,

Great Food

The traditional first course is pasta, which includes regular pasta, pasta in broth and baked pasta, prepared in many different shapes. Almost all pasta dishes require a base of "sfoglia", a dough of eggs and flour, handmade with a rolling pin. First courses include cappelletti, passatelli in broth, lasagne, cannelloni, nidi di rondine, ravioli, tagliatelle, garganelli, maltagliati, gnocchi and strozzapreti, seasoned with bolognese sauce or a dressing of butter and sage.

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Easy to reach

Rimini is ideally situated for those who are interested in exploring some of the most important cultural and historical cities in Italy such as Florence (less than an hour by train) and Venice (one hour and 30 minutes). Other places in the area, such as Verona, Ferrara, Padua, or Ravenna, are also definitely worth a visit.

The following websites provide useful information for getting started and finding your way around Rimini:

Comune di Rimini

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