ARimini Caput Viarum
Visitor Centre in Rimini
ARimini Caput Viarum is an engaging and interactive storytelling place that allows visitors to step back in time and experience the history of Ariminum, the ancient Roman Rimini, with all its treasures and beauty. It offers a unique journey through the past, providing suggestions for exploring the rich heritage of the region.
Using innovative multimedia and interactive technologies, as well as captivating images and exhibition areas, the Visitor Center invites tourists to actively engage with the historical narrative. It weaves together the history of Ariminum with the present, making it a dynamic and immersive experience.
Rimini boasts a well-preserved archaeological heritage that has been enriched over the centuries with stunning architecture, from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. This legacy has played a significant role in shaping Rimini’s history and continues to influence the city today.
In addition to its historical and cultural attractions, the Visitor Center also serves as a comprehensive resource for tourists, providing information on various opportunities, places of interest, and events in Rimini. It highlights the diverse attractions that extend beyond the cultural sphere, making Rimini a destination with something to offer every traveler.
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Visiting ARimini Caput Viarum
FROM OCTOBER TO MAY:
Wednesday: 9.30 am – 12.30; Thursday and Friday: from 3.30 to 6.30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday: from 10 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. – from 3.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
On Monday & Tuesday the Visitor Centre is closed
FROM JUNE TO SEPTEMBER:
from Tuesday to Saturday 10-13 and 16-19; Sunday 10-13; evening opening Wednesday 20-22 (end of June, July and August)
On Monday the Visitor Center is closed