Cesenatico is one of the most interesting parts of the Riviera Romagnola. With its colorful houses of the fishermen, the harbour and the Piazzetta of the Preserves, you can visit easily in one day. The Maritime Museum is one of the places to visit, both to better understand the history of Cesenatico, but also of this part of the coast so fishing and marine life. To Cesenatico there is also the Museum of the Marshes, wanted to after the death of the young cyclist, the beautiful sandy beaches and the skyscraper of the city. Visiting Cesenatico is without a doubt one of the most interesting activities to do, and must during a stay at Hotel Brasilia. During the day, it is also recommended for a stop in one of the restaurants in the harbour channel or in a kiosk of sandwiches on the waterfront.

Ravenna

Only 30 km far from Cesenatico, there is Ravenna, a city historically among the most important of Romagna, thanks to its rich artistic heritage, with 8 monuments in the World Heritage list of UNESCO. The beautiful basilicas and ancient mausoleums, spectacular mosaics and fascinating curiosities including the tomb of Dante Alighieri near the basilica of San Francesco in the centre of the city.

San Leo

A fascinating place and rich in history, San Leo is a picturesque village perched on a mountain overlooking the valleys of the marecchia valley in romagna's hinterland. At the top of the village stands the Fort which in the past served as a military fortress, today it has been converted as the seat of the museo di San Leo. From the fortress you can enjoy a breathtaking view with the look that opens up to the sea, to a vision of the hinterland of romagna, which not everyone knows. Other places of interest are the bell tower and the Cathedral, full of old world charm.

San Marino

Considered the oldest Republic in the world, San Marino is a destination not to lose sight of the particularity of the place: an independent state perched on Mount Titano with an ancient history and culture. Since 2008, the historic center and Mount Titano have been included by UNESCO among the heritages of humanity. In addition to the history and ancient monuments that you can visit, San Marino is also famous for shopping, thanks to the many outlets, malls and craft shops to suit all tastes.

Cesena

Cesena is an important city of art with a lively town centre bounded by the old city walls, still today almost intact. Among the main attractions worth a visit is the Biblioteca Malatestiana, the first european civic library, the Bonci Theatre, one of the most appreciated of Italy. A time the central city of the domain of the Malatesta dynasty, includes numerous churches and palaces of great historical and artistic interest, among which stands out the Rocca Malatestiana. In the surroundings we recommend a visit to the benedictine Abbey of the Mount.

Milano Marittima

Known as the most elegant and exclusive seaside resorts of the Riviera Romagnola, brought to light by famous nightclubs, frequented by celebrities and not only, that enliven the hot summer nights of the Riviera. In the centre there are many great restaurants, countless boutiques offering brands of high-fashion and not only. Milano Marittima is not only the nightlife but it also offers many services for families with children, including beaches and amusement parks for all the needs.

Cervia and the salt

Cervia is a town known mainly for the production of salt. Visit no less of the salt warehouses that are home to the Salt Museum, in a charming setting. In the centre of the city are the Tower of San Michele, the Duomo, the Municipality and the Piazza Garibaldi. The historic city center is lively and often animated by markets, concerts and famous events such as the Marriage of the Sea, the Feast of St. Lawrence, and the Feast of the Rooms. Nearby is the ancient Pine forest and the thermal Baths, a modern, particularly well-known for the mud treatments of the lagoon and for the healing water of the Salt pans of Cervia.