Coming from the Corso, on the left side of Piazza Cavour is the entrance to the old fish market; one of the most picturesque and characteristic places in the city.
Work of the Rimini architect Giovan Francesco Buonamici, it was erected in 1747. It looks like a two-order loggia opened by three round arches; at the corners there are four dolphin statues with a jet of water (the fountains to clean the fish). Inside long benches in Istrian stone, where women sold the "poveracce" (clams).
Today this area together with the neighboring Piazzetta San Gregorio has become the center of the evening life of young people, with clubs, wine cellars and meeting points, in particular on Friday evening.
Fee: buffet aperitif € 10
When: Every day
Hours: from 18.30
Where: Rimini Historical Center