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Excursions and guided tours

The whole of Romagna is rich in medieval villages and small historic towns to visit, to learn about the true history and traditions of this land. Staying at the Hotel Turismo in Rimini, thanks to the train and public transport stop nearby, you can discover the hinterland of Romagna and spend a day dedicated to history and culture.

San Leo

Located on Colle Giove, a few steps from Rimini, is one of the most beautiful villages in the area. Rich in historical monuments, such as the famous Bell, the Malatesta Fortress and the Arch of Pope Clement XIV, it is also characterized by a real underground world, made up of caves and tunnels dug by man, which were once used to store food or take refuge during sieges.

Santarcangelo di Romagna

A small village in the Rimini hinterland, it stands on the highest mountain in the entire Apennines, Monte Feliciano. On the summit stands the majestic fortress, one of the most beautiful military architecture of the Florentine Renaissance. In the centre of the village, on the other hand, facing the small square, there are two churches: the ancient pre-Romanesque parish church and the Lombard Romanesque cathedral.

San Marino

The Serenissima Republic of San Marino stands on Mount Titano and since 2008, both the old town and the mountain, have been included in the list of world heritage sites of humanity by UNESCO. Events, festivals, music, sports competitions, cultural events are part of a series of increasingly broad proposals to make visitors experience new emotions.


Gradara is a fortified town with a splendid 14th century castle. The position of this characteristic place is really suggestive and gives a breathtaking landscape on the whole valley. Known above all for the romantic love story of Paolo and Francesca that Dante told in the divine comedy. Gradara offers an enchanting medieval setting that offers numerous cultural and folklore events.


is a medieval village situated between the Conca and Foglia valleys. Montegridolfo is located on the border between Marche and Romagna, and was disputed by Malatesta, Montefeltro, Borgia, Venetians and Church. Today it is one of the most fascinating villages in the Romagna hinterland that welcomes Italian and foreign visitors from all over the world. Among the narrow streets of the village you can find typical restaurants of typical local cuisine and craft shops really characteristic.


It is a medieval town surrounded by walls that stands on a spur of rock and dominates the valley of the Marecchia and bordering San Marino. Its greatest splendor was during the rule of the Malatesta and still today you can admire the beauty of the past. Walking through the narrow streets of the village you can admire the old houses, the views of nature between the walls and breathe the atmosphere of a medieval village, famous throughout the world.

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