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- Gabriella Beach
- Casino Sanremo
- Bussana Vecchia
- Ariston Theatre
- Sanremo Port
- Palafiori Convention Center
- Gardens of Villa Ormond
- Villa Nobel
- Giardini Regina Elena
- Museum of Palazzo Borea d'Olmo
- Cristo Redentore
- Chiesa Russa Ortodossia
- Mike Bongiorno Statue
- Yacht Club Sanremo
- Pista Ciclabile Area 24 - San remo
- Piazza Colombo
- Tre Ponti
- St. Anna Chapel
- Cimitero Monumentale della Foce
Best hotels in Sanremo
Sanremo is a large city located on the Mediterranean sea in northwestern Italy, on the Italian Riviera. The city offers a unique coastal location in a historic city founded during Roman rule. Known for the Sanremo Music Festival and the Sanremo to Milan Cycling Classic, the area is a popular holiday destination for the culturally inclined and fitness oriented visitors who enjoy the fresh, sunny climate and beautiful coastline. Sanremo hotels are comfortable, well appointed, and situated in the heart of the tourist zones, meaning you have easy access to important landmarks and attractions like its gorgeous harbor, excellent restaurants, and bars. You can also easily attend one of its many festivals, most notably the flower parade in January and the fireworks competition in July.
What's Sanremo Like?
Known for sumptuous dishes like sardenara, focaccia, all cipolle, and farinata, food is as important in this town as in any other Italian city. Good food can be found at Sanremo hotels, cafes, and restaurants and night time entertainment is also on offer. Start your sightseeing with a trip to Bussana Vecchia, an off-beat artist colony that has been formed around an area devastated by an earthquake in 1887. In the 1960s artists simply moved in and rebuilt the area from the pre-earthquake structures using rocks and stones. Chiesa Rusa Ortodossa is a unique church in the area because it is not a Catholic church; it also features a colorful façade and numerous Russian icons. At the Museo Civico, enjoy frescoes, paintings, and archaeological finds. Marvel too at the Moorish Villa Nobel to the east of the city, which is dedicated to the Swedish inventor Alfred Nobel.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Sanremo
Like many cities in Italy, Sanremo has a rich cultural heritage and its inhabitants are an interesting blend of old and new cultural influences. Church and family are a thread which run through the lives of people in Italy and these should always be respected when in their company. Take the time to discover the language and dialects of the area and always behave respectfully, especially to women. Engage with Sanremo locals over good wine, at sporting events, Sanremo hotels, or at parks in the area. Italians are known to be reserved in some respects and equally open minded in others so take care to get to know your new found friends before revealing all your secrets! This is a scenic and luxurious town and during March it comes alive with the Sanremo Music Festival, which is a great time to meet new people and make new friends.