Entertainment Rimini for adults and children
As you know, Rimini is a popular Italian resort located on the shores of the Adriatic Sea. The coast is 15 km long, where in addition to the wide sandy beaches you can find many activities for vacationers of any age. This sports grounds for playing soccer, volleyball, tennis, bright and colorful playgrounds with different types of slides, swings, houses. You can rent a catamaran and go on a short boat trip. In addition to beach activities, the city itself also has something to offer its tourists for a variety of leisure activities.
1. Dolphinarium in Rimini
One of the most interesting entertainment venues in Rimini is the Dolphinarium. This institution will be interesting for both children and adults, because in grandiose performances not only dolphins, but also some other types of sea animals take part, which show various tricks with the ball and perform difficult acrobatic jumps. The Dolphinarium in Rimini is also famous for its fact that dolphins breed here in captivity and visitors can watch entire families of these beautiful animals. In addition, on the territory of the Dolphinarium there is a special exposition introducing other sea inhabitants – sea urchins, fish, crabs and rare mollusks living in fancy shells. Separately exhibited skeletons and skulls of cetaceans.
Address: Lungomare Claudio Tintori 2, 47921 Rimini, Italy
Official website: http://www.delfinariorimini.it/
How to get there: bus line 11 to stop No. 9, then 5 minutes on foot towards the sea.
Admission: adult – 13 euros, children (from 1 meter tall and up to 10 years) – 10 euros, children up to 1 meter – free
Opening hours: from April to September, the dolphinarium is open 16-22.40 hours. The rest of the time, irregular views
2. Ferris Wheel
Near the Dolphinarium, in the area of the city port of Rimini, there is a Ferris wheel, on which you can take a fascinating journey and enjoy the bird’s-eye view of the city. And although this is not the highest wheel in the world (its height is 60 meters), in clear weather you can see the Republic of San Marino, the city of Ravenna and the vast expanses of the Adriatic Sea. The ticket price includes 3 circles.
Address: Rimini, Boscovich Square
Admission: adult – 8 euros, children (from 1 meter tall and up to 10 years) – 6 euros, children up to 1 meter – free
Opening hours: year-round from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
3. Waterpark “Aquafan”
“Aquafan” is one of the largest water parks in the Adriatic Riviera. Although geographically located in the Riccione recreation area, it belongs to Rimini. Here, all family members can find suitable entertainment. The water park has various water slides, it is possible to go down from some of them only on huge rubber chambers. In a separate pool you can feel yourself in the raging sea, so artificial waves are so real. The bravest visitors are invited to the Kamikaze 90-meter water slide, where the descent speed reaches 65 km / h. Foam party will be a great variety of relaxation in the park. Young visitors will be able to visit the “Antarctic Beach” visiting a polar bear, meet fairy-tale characters on the “Cartoon Beach” or swim in the “Elephant Pool”. On the territory of the water park “Aquafan” there is an opportunity to enjoy a rich collection of flora of the botanical garden or relax in the jacuzzi pools.
Address: Via Ascoli Piceno 47838 Riccione, Rimini, Italy
Official website: www.aquafan.it
How to get there: by bus from Rimini – line 11 bus to the Marina Centro area, then by buses 42 or 45. From Rimini bus station – bus 51.
Admission: adult – 28 euros, children (height 100-140 cm) – 20 euros
Opening hours: from June to mid-September 10-18.30. Night disco from 22 hours to 4 in the morning.
4. Theme Park “Italy in Miniature”
The Italy in Miniature Park has 24 thematic zones, so a visitor of any age will find something to do here. In the center of the park, there are 270 smaller copies of Italian and European attractions, mini-trains leave from the mini-stations, and airplanes depart from the airports. The Venice in Miniature zone will allow you to walk around St. Mark’s Square and even ride plastic gondolas along the Grand Canal. Fans of water rides are invited to ride the Canoe, and the most daring can get a shot of adrenaline at Slong Shot – a giant catapult that shoots 55 meters up. Teenagers and their parents will surely like Luna Park, here you can conduct many experiments from the field of physics. Absolutely everyone will like the Pappamondo zone – a pavilion with tropical jungle, colorful parrots and huge fish. It is definitely worth a ride along the perimeter of the park by train along the monorail. There are enough eateries and cafes in the park to satisfy your hunger or have a light bite after your impressions.
And that’s not all. what the park “Italy in miniature” offers.
Address: Via Popilia, 239