Riccione: Attractions and more...
Riccione does boast of a few structures of historical importance. The Mussolini Villa is the structure which garners the most interest in the town. It used to serve as a residence for Mussolini’s family and their guests. Now, it is a unique museum dedicated to tourism, the first of its kind in Italy.
The Museum of Territory traces the development of the region with the help of several artefacts dating back to the prehistoric times; bones of animals, which are thousands of years old, are also displayed here. The Agolanti Castle is one of the oldest manor houses of the city.
Riccione houses three theme parks: the Oltremare, which is mostly educational, the Aquafan, which is a fun water park, and IMAX, a 3D cinema. The Riviera and the city centre are the hubs of all town activities especially for the younger visitors and thrive with an active nightlife.
What to see in detail
Will find places of interest on the map. Clock on the attractions for details
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