The Telegraph: Special treat: I-Suite (isuite.it), on the seafront, has an ultra-modern décor. The ambitious restaurant hits the mark, and service is wonderful. Doubles from €200 (£170) with breakfast.
The Telegraph: Mid-range: The Grand Hotel Rimini (0039 0541 56000; grandhotelrimini.com) has reasonable rates. Rooms combine classic style with modern trappings. Doubles start from €147 (£125), including breakfast.
The Telegraph: Budget: Le Meridien (0039 0541 396600; lemeridienrimini.com), an imposing Art Deco pile by the beach, has spacious rooms with comfortable beds and large balconies. From €142 (£120), with breakfast.
Via IV Novembre 35 (Duomo di Rimini), Rimini, Emilia-Romagna
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The Telegraph: 11am: Walk through the piazza, on to Via IV Novembre. You’ll pass a section of the original Roman road before reaching the Tempio Malatestiano; inside you’ll find frescoes and a crucifix by Giotto.
The Telegraph: 1pm: Pop to Fellini’s favourite square – the Piazzetta dei Teatini, by the cathedral – before returning to the main Corso and heading north and then on to the Tiberius Bridge, completed in 20AD.
The Telegraph: On the other side lies Borgo San Giuliano, Rimini’s most beguiling district. Begin with lunch at Nud e Crud (Via Tiberio, nudecrud.it; mains from £7), which serves traditional piade cuisine.