In the centre of Italy and with excellent connections to all of Europe's main cities, Rimini is the symbol of, and the ideal place for enjoying, diversified tourism. Rimini is ancient and modern, folkloristic and cultural, spectacular and artisan. The grand master of Italian cinema, Federico Fellini sang Rimini's praises, immortalised it in his films and exported its legend throughout the world.
Situated at 750 metres above sea level is the oldest and smallest Sovereign State in the world, a state that over the centuries has maintained its freedom and independence... and you are abroad too! On top of Mount Titano soar the profiles of its three towers Guaita, Cesta and Montale. These are the symbols of a republic that, amongst its many glories, boasts a noteworthy philatelic and numismatic history and tradition, which is greatly appreciated throughout the world.
In the heart of the Valmarecchia, on a hill at 600 metres above sea level sits San Leo, the historical capital of Montefeltro. Apart from the fortress, the parish church and the Duomo, the village is also worth noting for the mysterious and fascinating character, the "alchemist" Count Cagliostro, who was imprisoned in San Leo's fortress and died there in 1795.
The village of Verucchio dominates the splendid panorama of the Valmarecchia. The Rocca fortress, the Collegiata dei Santi Martino e Francesco d'Assisi and the Archaeological Museum are all well worth visiting.