A trip on the places of "Amarcord"Rimini , city of art symbol of the Riviera Romagnola, is not only a tourist destination famous for its beaches and the sea
City that gave birth to Federico Fellini , famous director who set some of his most famous works in his city
Come and discover the beauties of Rimini, which Fellini called "a mess, confused, fearful, tender, with this great breath, this open void of the sea"
- The Fulgor Cinema
After passing Piazza Cavour, continuing along Corso d'Augusto, we find one of the most Fellinian places in all of Rimini: the legendary Fulgor Cinema . Just seeing its unmistakable Liberty-style sign excites us!
A word of advice: don't go away from Rimini without seeing the Fulgor!
Venture inside and you will discover an entrance in warm colors , with swirls of curved wood , brass planks along the walls and a sinuous and beautiful staircase that recalls the curves of the Gradisca and that leads into the gallery.
Close to the thousand-year-old Tiberius Bridge we discover one of the most fascinating places in Rimini and one of the most Fellinian points of the city: Borgo San Giuliano .
Cross the bridge and discover the beauty of this historic district once inhabited by fishermen, sailors and artisans, and consists of streets, squares and alleys where you breathe the atmosphere of the temp
Borgo San Giuliano is in fact famous for the his beautiful murals inspired by Fellini's films and his characters : films such as "La dolce vita" , "La strada" and "8½" and unforgettable characters such as those of Marcello Mastroianni, Giulietta Masina, Roberto Benigni and Tabachéra.
Along the streets of Marina Centro, you will find 26 different sleepers that have the name of famous films by the director Fellini!
You can also discover all the other beauties of our Rimini, such as
Just behind Piazza Cavour we find another important place for Fellini: Castel Sismondo, a 15th century fortress that stands out majestically in Piazza Malatesta and which takes its name from Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, lord of Rimini in those years. With its large square towers and the mighty cliff walls Castel Sismondo, even without the deep moat that once surrounded it, it is full of great charm
Three Martyrs Square
Continuing on Corso d'Augusto we arrive in Piazza Tre Martiri , once a Roman forum and a square of herbs and today a meeting place in the historic center of the city. Here we discover a small piece of that imaginary Rimini seen in "Amarcord" A little curiosity: where today you can find Caffè Turismo there was once the Rossini bar , the place where Fellini went to play bottles with friends.
The Malatesta Temple
In a side street of Corso d'Augusto stands the Tempio Malatestiano , the cathedral of Rimini, which owes its bright unfinished white facade to the genius of Leon Battista Alberti
The Tiberius Bridge
From the Cinema Fulgor, continuing along Corso d'Augusto, you arrive at the beautiful Tiberius Bridge , known to Rimini as "E pont de Dievli" , the Devil's bridge , for its indestructibility. This imposing Roman architectural work, built in Istrian stone between 14 and 21 AD by Emperor Augustus and his successor Tiberius, marks the starting point of the via Emilia and via Popilia