Your travel guide to Riccione
Riccione is a glamorous coastal city with beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts and cocktais galore. The open-air beach discotheques attract a youthful and fun party crowd at nighttime. The Riccione way of life is stylish and fast-paced, and Playa del Sol should be the first stop for any traveler. Spiaggia Le Palme is another favorite beach of travelers and locals alike.
Instead of having traditional neighborhoods, Riccione is filled with "bath establishments." Bath establishments are small areas of the city for enjoying sun beds, spa treatments, yoga, suntanning and beach sports. Over 150 bath establishments grace Riccione, and each has its own style and flair. Some exclusive bath establishments, such as Le Palme Beach, gives travelers a peek into the lives of the affluent socialites who frequently take time off to relax in Riccione.
An excellent busing system is available in Riccione on a 24-hour basis. There is even a free bike-sharing program that has been implemented by the local government in Riccione. Travelers can rent a bike for up to five hours a day in the town. Taxis are also readily available outside of most major airports and hotels in Riccione. There is also a railway station that provides transportation from Northern Italy to Southern Italy as well.
It is no secret that some of the best boutiques of Italy can be found in the luxurious town of Riccione. Ceccarini Street is the place where all of the high-fashion shops can be found. Celebrities can also be spotted browsing the couture collections of the boutiques located on Ceccarini Street. After a day of shopping, visitors may want to enjoy some appetizers and a cocktail at one of the many bars in downtown Riccione.