No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Esedra Rimini
Travel Blogs from Rimini
... We were very impressed with the dedication to Rossi - there were numerous posters and other memorabilia to look at, menus with Rossi symbols, 46 chips on sale and even Kerrie's coffee came decorated with the famous 46. The only thing we couldn't find was a postcard to send!
Unfortunately, even though Greg joined the local gathering of men on a bench in the shade, there was no sign of the great man himself. Kerrie did eventually find ...
... riding in - the streets are flat, wide and not cobblestones and the hills are close enough for good breaky rides. Of course there is the added advantages of proximity to Imola, Misano and Mugello all within a couple of hours ride for the Superbikes and MotoGps.
Pesaro is a beach town with our hotel only about 50m from the Adriatic Sea. According to the receptionist at the hotel, people stay here because it is cheaper than San Marino, which is about 60 minutes up ...
... to tourists.
Also, I met somebody who was probably not in the tourist industry.
Up some stairs from where the funicular drops you, there is a bus stop on the Rimini-San Marino line. But, it is headed towards San Marino. I wanted a bus ...
... very first Italian translation of Dante's Divine Comedy.
After our library visit we toured some historical landmarks, viewing more art at each of eight locations. By and large, these were mosaics, which I'd never even heard of prior to my travels. They were magnificent.
By the end of the day, I visited at least two more vending machines. You know, quality control.
... to be set! We also managed to find a shop where I could get a new battery for my watch, and they also did a pressure-test and gave me a 12 month guarantee for about 15 Euros!
We spent about 6 days in Athens and visited the Pantheon (or Acropolis), the Ancient Agora, the Temple of Hephastaie (the Romans called him “Vulcan”) – which is probably the most-intact temple that dates from the Classical Era and it is truly amazing. As we were ...