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Cheap areas to stay in Rimini

The historic waterfront resort town of Rimini, based beside the shimmering blue-green Adriatic and fringed by stretches of white-gold sand, is a sun seeker’s paradise. Rimini offers many cheap accommodations – you’ll find an ensemble of inexpensive beachfront hotels southeast of the center, right next to the airport. There are a handful of cheap 2 and 3-star hotels strung like pearls along the beachfront between the airport and the bar-rich Bellariva area. North of the center, the Viserba neighborhood offers a more residential vibe.

Cheap hotels in Rimini

The Le Rose Suite Hotel is an inexpensive beachfront getaway offering basic but spacious ensuite rooms with free WiFi, a shimmering outdoor pool, and handy 24-hour front desk. The Residence Terminus is another totally cheap modern waterfront hotel, providing affordable and airy apartments with kitchenettes, free bicycles, and friendly multilingual staff. The beachfront Hotel Elizabeth is based slightly north of the center, and provides simple ensuite guestrooms with free WiFi, and a relaxed bar lounge – a perfect place to relax after a long day of Rimini sightseeing.

Where to find cheap food in Rimini

Serious foodies looking to experience Italian culinary culture on a budget will have plenty of opportunities in Rimini. The central streets sing with quaint independent pizzerias offering inexpensive takeaway pizza. Similarly, the small local corner bars and cafés sell cheap snacks of garlic-infused bruschetta, paninis, and frittata. Along the beachfront slightly south of the center, you’ll discover seafood restaurants offering small plates of fresh seafood at very reasonable prices. For totally cheap cuisine, stock up at the supermarket and have a picnic on the beach.

Cheap things to do in Rimini

Rimini is full of captivating cheap sights and attractions ready to satisfy culture vultures and history buffs traveling on the cheap. Rimini’s 2 top heritage sites are completely free to see. The Tiberius Bridge is a marvel of ancient Roman architecture – an arcing stone structure stretching over Rimini’s shimmering Marrechia river. In central Rimini, stop by the Arch of Augustus, a looming city gate inlaid with carvings of Roman gods, dating back to 27 BC. If you want to experience even more Rimini history, head to the City Museum, which offers free entry. Here, you can gaze at Roman mosaics, Renaissance artworks, and – for film fans – notebooks belonging to iconic Italian director Fellini. Of course, the other unmissable Rimini sight is totally free, too – the main stretch of soft-sand beachfront, which gently bows into the balmy Adriatic.

Cheap ways to get around Rimini

It’s easy to get around Rimini at little expense. Wherever you’re staying in central Rimini, you’ll find it’s possible to get around on foot alone – the beachfront and the inland historic center are based very close together. Alternatively, you’ll find a couple of reasonably-priced bicycle rental facilities – these are most suited to travelers staying for several days who want a quick and convenient mode of city transport that’s cheaper than taxicabs. To explore Rimini’s surrounding towns and countryside, make use of the inexpensive public buses.