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Cavour was the 19th century statesman usually credited with uniting Italy in to one state. The square has a fountain and leads off to the old fish market and is partly lined with cafes and shops. The town hall is also there.
In previous visits to the seaside town of Rimini I have not been to the historic center , just staying on the beach for a real summer holiday , but discovering this part of old Rimini was a delight to me. It has a whole...More
Piazza Cavour has this amazing lovely feeling that the great Italian medieval city squares have. Lovely medieval buildings, great cafes to have a nice drink and other nice features. Relaxing and recommend
Old town Rimini is charming and worth a visit. It you like ranks of umbrellas and sun beds for miles across the 'infinity' sand, this beach is for you - but be prepared to put up with at least three sets of loud speakers with...More