A partir de EUR 12
This tour aims to transport the visitor to a bygone era, when the city of Rimini was known as a Roman colony with the name of Ariminum.
We will enter from the ancient access to the city, or the Arch of Augustus, erected by the Roman Senate to celebrate the figure of the first emperor Octavian Augustus. We will then see the remains of the majestic Roman Amphitheater in which the gladiator games were held and we will cross the city to reach what was once the Roman Forum, today Piazza Tre Martiri, where the passage of Julius Caesar to Rimini is celebrated.
We will then be able to enter an ancient house, the Surgeon's Domus, which shows its rich colored mosaics, while we will continue the discussion on the doctor who lived in the domus. Inside the City Museum there is the original set of surgical tools, its actual tools of the trade. To conclude the visit we will reach the Tiberius Bridge, which still fascinates and arouses admiration for its elegance for over two thousand years.
Fee: Adult € 12 + € 3 Museum / Domus entrance per person
children up to 10 years free
When: every Sunday
Where: Rimini Center
Meeting place: Arch of Augustus
Minimum of participants: 5 people