Trip from Venice - Marco Polo Airport
to Rimini

Trip details

Departure from Venice - Marco Polo Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Rimini
11:41h

Trip duration: 161min

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Places you can visit along the way

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Ferrara
Italy

105 min

Whether you are a fast-track traveler or slow-paced sightseeing admirer, there is an endless list of things you will love about Ferrara. Its architecture is... a unique mix of medieval and renaissance styles and its cobblestone streets are dotted with museums, art galleries, charming shops and cafes. Castello Estense is the most notable monument of Ferrara and today a part of it is used as government offices but many castle rooms, including dungeons and prison cells, are open for viewing. The city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and while wondering these streets you will be astonished by the 12th century glorious cathedral.

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Faenza
Italy

105 min

When in Emilia Romagna region, be sure not to miss the town of Faenza, not only for its remarkable ceramics museum. The medieval heart of... the town has lots of interesting buildings to be seen such as the neoclassical Palazzo Milzetti or the renaissance cathedral and 16th century clock tower. So, do tour the historic center which is quite lively, especially on market days (Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays). The town’s main attraction is the International Ceramics Museum, which features extensive range of local pottery, antique ceramics from all over the world as well as the contemporary pieces.

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Imola
Italy

105 min

Imola is a relatively small city but a city of great history. It attracts visitors for its ancient architectural places, wonderful museums, unforgettable landscapes, and,... of course the famous Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dineo Ferrari. If you wish to delve into the history of the town, check out the museum in the Rocco Sforzesca, or Sforza Castle as it displays over 600 pieces dating from the 14th to 20th centuries and you’ll get an invaluable insight into the city’s past. Other attractions worth exploring are Santo Domenico Church built in the middle of the 15th century, the Church of St. Augustine from the 13th century, the beautiful palaces of Riario and Volpe and the Museum of Risorgimento, home to wonderful paintings and tapestries of local artisans.

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Castello del Catajo
Italy

90 min

The Catajo Castle was built between 1570 and 1573 by the Obizzi family, who originated from France. Their intention was to build a palace that... would represent the glory of their family, mostly known as “soldiers of fortune”. No wonder the castle features a grand fresco of military victories and symbolic representations of government on the main floor. The palace itself is an opulent, peaceful and aristocratic home with a long boulevard that leads to the Giants Courtyard. The building is majestic, consisting of 350 rooms, and the most notable parts are the elephant fountain in front of the entrance, mighty staircases and a grand terrace, which is a sort of an open-air ballroom.

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Petrarca's House
Italy

75 min

Petrarca’s house is a perfect little gem of the charming Euganean Hills. Known as the “Father of the Renaissance”, this great Italian poet and philosopher... decided to spend last years of his life in this peaceful and quiet environment. His home is today a well maintained cultural site that houses an exhibition on his life, work and philosophy as well as the customs and traditions of that region. If you enjoy the medieval atmosphere, stroll down the streets of the romantic village of Arqua. This area is renowned for wine and olive oil production so indulge your taste buds in little shops selling olive oil, honey and wine.

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Ravenna
Italy

135 min

Awe-inspiring ancient mosaics are the first thing coming to mind when someone mentions Ravenna. Consequently, the most noteworthy site in Ravena is the Mausoleum of... Galla Placidia, filled with mosaics which UNESCO experts have described as “the best preserved of all mosaic monuments and one of the most artistically perfect.” But the city also prides on many other ancient monuments that are almost equally unique and sensational. Just to think, Ravenna has 8 sites featured on the UNESCO World Heritage List!