The Istituto of Rimini is located very close to the train station. Taking the train, you can reach in a few minutes the beatiful cities of Ravenna and Cesena. Just to remember a few among the variety of attractions, I want to mention Rimini’s beaches and nightlife, Ravenna’s world-reknown historic sites and its international music festival and Cesena’s old historic palaces and the Biblioteca Malatestiana (First Italian site to enter the UNESCO Registry of the Memory of the World).
Rimini is one of the most famous seaside resorts in Europe, with a 15-kilometre-long (9 mi) sandy beach, over 1,000 hotels, and thousands of bars, restaurants and discos. It is an ideal place to spend holidays and enjoy cultural activities, and therefore it is the first seaside place in Italy for number of visits every year.
Rimini also has a very rich historical center, which roots were in the Roman Epoque. It is also the hometown of the famous Italian film director Federico Fellini.
Ravenna is the biggest art city of Emilia Romagna, connected to the Adriatic Sea by the Candiano Canal. It is the location of eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Basilica di San Vitale, for example, is very famous for its mosaics, which were created in 548 a.D.
During summer Ravenna hosts one of Italy's prominent classical music gatherings, the famous Ravenna Festival, where many concerts of classical music are held.
The historical center of Cesena has many Churches and palaces which are culturally and historically very important. It is enclosed by an ancient wall,which remained until now intact.
The Biblioteca Malatestiana is the only Medieval library still perfectly conserved. Therefore, the UNESCO listed it among the World Heritage Sites.