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Riccione: Oltremare Park Entrance Ticket

1. Riccione: Oltremare Park Entrance Ticket

Enjoy access to the Oltremare Park, a sprawling nature park dedicated to the landscape of the Adriatic and beyond across eons. Divided into 4 elements, enjoy 4 themed areas that reflect the stunning biodiversity of the region. In the Air area, gaze at majestic eagles, vultures, hawks, owls, and many other species of birds of prey in elaborately designed aviaries. In the Water area, catch Dolphin Lagoon, the largest dolphin enclosure in Europe, where you can watch stunning choreographed shows performed by the dolphins. Check out the Earth area’s “Darwin, the Rainforest,” a journey 65 million years into the past to discover the landscape of the cretaceous period, and the Fire area’s “Planet Earth,” a multi-sensory journey through the formation of our planet. If you’re traveling with children, don’t miss out on the Energy area, an exciting playground made of suspension bridges, high altitude paths, and a river by which to travel by boat.

Rimini: Italy in Miniature Entry Ticket

2. Rimini: Italy in Miniature Entry Ticket

Visit Italy in Miniature, the "smallest" park in Italy. Opened in 1970 the park offers a mix of educational, mechanical, and thematic attractions. In addition to discovering over 250 miniatures, visit a pavilion dedicated to the laws of physics, try driving small cars at the interactive driving school, watch a live show, and navigate the scale reproduction waters of the Venice Grand Canal. Select the light lunch option to conclude your visit with some food at the Osteria Italia. Enjoy a Piadina Romagnola (a round flatbread) with a drink and a cup of fresh fruits.

Verucchio: Malatesta Fortress Entry Ticket

3. Verucchio: Malatesta Fortress Entry Ticket

Positioned on the top of a rocky spur, the Rocca Malatestiana di Verucchio looks like a wonderful fortress of great historical and artistic importance. It is located a few steps from the Rimini coast, within the village of Verucchio (Orange Flag of the Italian Touring Club), a point of tourism for the hinterland of Valmarecchia. It is also called "Rocca del Sasso" because of its particular location, which not only makes it stand out within the Borgo di Verucchio, but also makes it the protagonist of breathtaking views, master of the entire valley, up to the Adriatic coast.

Rimini: Fellini Museum Entry Ticket

4. Rimini: Fellini Museum Entry Ticket

Get an entry ticket to the Fellini Museum in Rimini and see the exhibitions dedicated to the famous director's visionary spirit and films, spread across 3 important sights in Rimini, Malatesta Square, Cinema Fulgor, and Sismondo Castle. Start your immersive experience at Castel Sismondo, the most emotional part of your journey through the life and work of Federico Fellini. Wander through the castle rooms and dive into Fellini's films. Step into the Trevi Fountain scene in La Dolce Vita with actress Anita Ekberg, look out over the sea from the pier in I Vitelloni, and more. Next, make your way to Piazza Malatesta, which makes up the outdoor portion of the Fellini Museum. Take in this grand space and admire the circular bench, the water veil, and the Bosco dei nomi, all of which work together in a manner reminiscent of the rural scenes in Fellini's film Amarcord. Finally, end your experience at Cinema Fulgor, the place where Fellini fell in love with movies as a young man. View original posters and playbills of Fellini's works and visit the Room of Words, where the director's voice guides you through a dreamlike world. 

Rimini: Domus del Chirurgo and City Museum Entry Ticket

5. Rimini: Domus del Chirurgo and City Museum Entry Ticket

Visit the Domus del Chirurgo (Surgeon's House) archaeological site in Piazza Ferrari with this entry ticket. Afterward, explore the adjoining City Museum to see some of the artifacts uncovered as well as collections of artwork. After receiving your tickets at the tourist office, first, visit the Domus del Chirurgo which covers an area of more than 700 square meters. Admire the remains of a 2nd-century residential block on the northern edge of what was the Roman city of Ariminum, facing the Adriatic coast. Discover traces of mosaic flooring dating from the Late Republic period, as well as evidence of an Early Medieval settlement. See a number of stone wells and corn silos originally belonging to the churches of San Patrignano and the religious house of the "Convertite". Afterward, visit the City Museum of Rimini, home to galleries featuring artworks dating from the 15th to the 20th century. Walk through the archeological section and discover findings from the most important archeological sites in Rimini, the Amphitheater and the Domus del Chirurgo.

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What people are saying about Rimini

Overall rating

2.3 / 5

based on 3 reviews

The dolphin show was more interesting 3 years ago. But that doesn't mean that it was bad now. The show may have been shortened by Corona. But I'm not sure. At first the admitting lady didn't even want to try to scan our tickets. Apparently GetYourGuide doesn't book very often. But everything went smoothly. Food a bit overpriced. But if you take something with you, you save a lot of money. Unfortunately, we missed the parrot show because the show times on the website weren't right, so we wanted to reserve a good place in the dolphinarium. The distance was not despite Corona. But only vaccinated / genesis or with a test come in. We liked everything very much and would go again.

Through the app it was very easy to book tickets, plus I received messages from time to time if the meeting point would change. The very nice miniature Italy, all excellently cared for down to the smallest detail. Recommended for those with quiet children who appreciate simple things, while for those with wild children who always need to do things or keep busy I would focus on where else to take them. Apart from the cold we liked it a lot

As always, the service offered was excellent, the service of the structure was not optimal, the staff of the structure did not recognize the vouchers at first, after my life's insistence, I made him understand that we were in possession of electronic tickets and not just online booking. Staff not too attentive to cds they had in hand

On the whole quite OK, better book without lunch and take something with you and save the money (very long waiting time and not really appealing "PASTA"). The staff was always friendly and helpful! The dolphin show was awesome! We had a nice day.

Simon from Offenburg,, Germany It was super nice the whole park you can only recommend very clean everything, very many interesting topics. The people were very nice too. Food was great, the shows were perfect. Will be back just perfect.