Seas and Mountains Course
Seas and Mountains Course: two special weeks!
The week in Rimini includes:
Visits included in Rimini
- Included guided tour of the historical part of the city of Rimini from the Roman period to the Renaissance, walk in the picturesque village that was the birthplace of the Master of Italian cinema Federico Fellini.
- Not included optional visit to the Visitor Center: The “ARiminum” Visitor Center is a multimedia and interactive tour that tells the story of the city.
- Not included optional visit to the City Museum: The City Museum collects the past of Rimini.
- Not included optional visit to the Surgeon’s House: archaeological site of international importance.
- Not included optional visit to PART – Palazzi dell’Arte Rimini: A prestigious exhibition space housed in the oldest medieval buildings in the historic center.
Excursion to the characteristic town of Santarcangelo with a visit to the mysterious underground caves, the ancient Mangano of 1600 for the craftsmanship of fabrics, the museum of the poet Tonino Guerra and much more.
A beautiful and important town, which has been able to maintain a particular physiognomy and a strong link with its past and its traditions.
The whole historic center is alive, made up of well-kept houses and buildings, excellent restaurants and taverns, narrow streets that lead to always animated squares.
The atmosphere is that of a large village that wants to live at the right pace, attentive to its appearance: guests immediately perceive a strong “city” and Romagna identity.
The heart of the ancient town lies on a soft hill called Colle Giove; here the typical structure of the medieval fortified village is still recognizable today, dominated by the imposing Rocca Malatestiana.
Gradara: The most beautiful village in Italy!
The Borgo and its castle belong to the list of “Dante’s places”.
In the castle it seems that the tragedy of the lovers Paolo and Francesca took place, told in Canto V of the Inferno by Dante Alighieri.
The history of the Castle of Gradara owes its fortune to the enviable position that has made it, since ancient times, a crossroads of trade and people.
During the Middle Ages the fortress was one of the main theaters of the clashes between the Papacy and the Marche and Romagna families.
Tasting of typical products in a characteristic tavern.
(piadina, wines, dop oils, “pit” cheeses, cold cuts: ham, salami, coppa, etc …)
The week in Bagno di Romagna includes:
Visits included in Bagno di Romagna
Guided tour of the Archaeological Museum of Roman Sarsina, birthplace of the Latin comedian Tito Maccio Plauto.
Guided tour of the Wellness Center with access to the thermal pool.
Guided trekking in the National Park of the “Casentino Forests” admiring the beauty of uncontaminated nature
Dinner with the teachers: tasting of typical local dishes based on homemade pasta, fresh cheeses, mushrooms and truffles.
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