n waiting for Halloween, initiatives are being prepared for children and their families, including guided tours in the city to fun in the theme parks of the Riviera. Four guided tours not to be missed On Saturday 30 October an urban trekking dedicated to children and their families leads to the discovery of the ‘aquatic Rimini’, ‘navigating’ among almost true stories of old sea wolves between the two shores of the Adriatic. There will be tales of sea monsters, the whale, the Mazzarol, the Kobold and the sirens; of S.Antonio and naughty fish. And again the eyes of the historic boats and the graffiti along the canal harbor with goosebumps creatures. The appointment is at 4.00 pm at the newsstand at the Tiberius Bridge in the historic center of Rimini. Online reservations at https://www.visitrimini.com/esperiences/300157-rimini-acquatica/
It continues on Sunday 31 October, on the national day dedicated to Urban Trekking, with the guided tour entitled “Bizarre presences in Rimini and its surroundings”, a walk that, starting from the unique characters told by Federico Fellini in his films, leads to the discovery of a ‘pack’ of truly special people who have animated city life in the last century and even before. The meeting is always at the Ponte di Tiberio Rimini newsstand, at 9.30. Also for this route it is possible to book online at the following link: https://www.visitrimini.com/esventure/308964-bizzarre-presenze-a-rimini-e-dintorni
In the afternoon there will be a walk dedicated to families with children, entitled ‘Incredible Rimini’, to discover the most mysterious and imaginative places and stories in the historic center of Rimini. Strange creatures, flying objects, devils and saints, orcs, goblins, ghosts. Meeting at 16.30. Online booking available at the following link: https://www.visitrimini.com/esventure/300156-rimini-incredibile/
The day ends with a night visit, entitled ‘Dark Rimini’, a walk through disturbing stories of epidemics, witches, murderers, ghosts, devils and saints. Many stories in the long history of the city that sails in the fourth millennium of its existence.
The itinerary among the squares and dark alleys of the historic center includes stops at the Tiberius Bridge, Piazza Tre Martiri, Piazza Cavour, Palazzo dell’Arengo, Castel Sismondo. The appointment is at 8.45 pm at the newsstand at the Tiberius Bridge in the historic center of Rimini. It is possible to book online at the following link: https://www.visitrimini.com/esventure/297275-rimini-oscura/ The visits are organized by Cristian Savioli, an environmental hiker and tourist guide and can be booked both online and in the information offices of VisitRimini (station and Parco Fellini).
An opportunity to discover the Fellini Museum, Part and Galli Theater On the weekend, between Saturday and Sunday, it is also possible to enter the places of Rimini of great historical and artistic value, which in recent years have been recovered and redeveloped bringing the city to establish itself as an art center of national caliber. They range from guided visits to the Fellini Museum, to discover the world of the Maestro inside the newly inaugurated Museum, to guided visits to the Part – Palazzi dell’Arte Rimini, to discover the eclectic collection of contemporary art works donated by artists , collectors and gallery owners at the San Patrignano Foundation now on display in the Palazzi dell’Arengo and del Podestà, passing through the new Galli Theater in a path based on the story of the nineteenth-century theater designed by the Modenese architect Luigi Poletti and inaugurated in 1857 by Giuseppe Verdi. To participate in the guided tours just consult and register on the site: https://www.ticketlandia.com/m/musei-rimini
Rimini Antiqua is back on October 31 Walking around the city, between Piazza Tre Martiri, via IV Novembre and Corso d’Augusto, Sunday October 31 you can come across the stalls of the exhibition market of antiques, modern antiques and vintage ‘Rimini Antiqua’, where it is possible find a wide selection of ceramic objects, glass, books, furniture, jewelry, silverware and various objects, and of ‘Domeniche ad Arte’, the local art, crafts and hobby exhibition market, organized by the Elio Morri Artistic Association and Goffredo Pizzioli. (Hours: from 9 to 18.30). The most awaited party in the amusement parks In Fiabilandia, the theme park decorated with colored pumpkins, flights of bats, cobwebs and sinister shadows, ferries visitors to the most awaited autumn event: Hallowen Party.
On October 31st, witches, ghosts, zombies and werewolves come together to experience the “trick or treat” ritual with the visitors in the company of the Halloween Circus, in the Labyrinth of Fear, with a thrilling animation. For the occasion, you can download the discount coupon on the site and wear the most terrifying costume. Hours: on weekends until October 30, November 1 and 2 from 10.30 to 17.30 Sunday 31 October from 10.30 to 22.00 Info: 0541 372064 [email protected] www.fiabilandia.it At Italia in Miniatura the Halloween party takes place in Piazza Italia Sunday 31 and Monday 1 November among giants on stilts, juggling performances, the balloon sculptures of the Magician Caucciù, the laughter of the Clown Ottopanzer in an autumnal atmosphere among straw bales, steaming roasted chestnuts and “cagnina”. To the delight of the little ones, the corner of the children’s make-up with Arianna Barlini will not be missing. One more opportunity to visit the miniature park, totally within its 50 years, with the animations that are activated by pressing a button, and all the attractions available such as the Old Sawmill, the Panoramic Tower, the mysterious journey Pinocchio, Venice, Experiment… and again the Interactive Driving School, Pappamondo and the mythical Monorail. Italia in Miniatura is open to the public on 30, 31 October and 1 November. Hours: October weekend 10-18.30; October 31 and November 1 10.30-17.30 Special Promo at € 5 for all masked children (from 100 to 140 cm), accompanied by a full paying adult. Info: 0541 736 736 [email protected] www.italiainminiatura.com Even children who bring a pumpkin to the Cattolica Aquarium and Oltremare pay € 5, always if accompanied by at least one full paying adult. On October 31 and November 1, Oltremare, the Family Experience Park reveals strange characters and curiosities, becoming the town of Halloween among autumnal scenographies, monstrous waders, conjuring tricks and the soap magic of Alekos, the Poet of Bubbles. Daily insights remain on the program, from the Australia Experience Wallabies, to the Flight of Birds of Prey, Darwin or the Farm, without forgetting the Dolphin Lagoon, the largest in Europe where the Overseas bottlenose dolphins swim with the mascot Ulysses.
Open on Sundays in October and 1 November from 10.00 to 18.00 Info: 0541 4271 [email protected] www.oltremare.org For the occasion, the Cattolica Aquarium is transformed into the Witches’ Den thanks to the collaboration with the Night of the Witches of San Giovanni in Marignano to set up the great Adriatic park with its four indoor paths. The aquarium is home to fish from all the seas of the world, from the largest bull sharks in Italy to seahorses, jellyfish and many hundreds of other species. Do not miss the otters of the Yellow route, the Caimans, the boas, the pythons and the iguanas of the Green route. The exhibition “Abyss, alien earth” in the Viola itinerary, with its reproductions of abyssal creatures, offers a look at the most disturbing creatures of the sea depths, still little explored by man. The Cattolica Aquarium is open to the public on October 30th; October 31 and November 1 Hours: from 10 to 18.30 Info: 0541 8371 [email protected] www.acquariodicattolica.it