Apartment for rent from € 129/day in Rimini

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70sq. m.
2 2
The accommodation The house 'in the beautiful village of San Giuliano, with garden. The rooms have a private bathroom with shower and overlook the river and the patio where and 'can have breakfast and lunch, The rooms are 'very quiet, as well as the house and that' in the pedestrian area but with a public car park a few meters Guests access The whole house and 'available following the rules of common sense Lla house and 'it shared in the common with the owner The district Today when we talk about Borgo means especially that of San Giuliano, on the north shore of the river Marecchia, is separated from the Old Town Bridge of Tiberius. Its streets and squares are a classic example of old housing, poor, of medieval flavor. Borgo San Giuliano has a special feature: the interest to cultivate and preserve their history, even that small and close in time. There is a story of pride in defining "villagers", also linked to this memory continually renewed. Since the '50s the taverns and cellars have turned into inns and restaurants, sometimes in local refined, all successful, not to mention the gastronomic traditions of the old borghigiane sea dishes, maybe reworked. So the recent past made of rebellion and solidarity together, living from fishing and coachmen, artisans and workers, and also of misery: a life in its own way, "strong", that has left a mark, creating a significant community spirit . Today everything has changed. But the spirit of the village lives in a popular event that takes place every two years in September, in the streets and squares of the district. And 'the "Festa de Borg", originally a reunion between villagers, has become the party of the city. Every edition celebrates a specific theme that characterizes the choreography, but what counts is the entertainment in all small and large squares: orchestras, tables, outdoor kitchens ... ... In the middle of the village, not to be missed, the church San Giuliano, with the seventeenth-century monastery, set overlooking the old route of the Via Emilia. Inside the church there is the large altarpiece by Paolo Veronese (1588) dedicated to the martyrdom of the saint, recently renovated. ... "Taken from The story of Rimini Giampaolo Proni A tour around public transport, restaurants and taverns supermarket 100m, sea 1km
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