Tag Archives: Adriatic Coast

Walking Tour: Pesaro – Northeastern Italy (4K)

Pesaro is a town on Italy’s Adriatic coast. Near the grand Piazza del Popolo, Casa Rossini is the birthplace of the 19th-century opera composer Gioachino Rossini, and features prints, sheet music and multimedia displays. The Civic Museums within Mosca Palace house Renaissance paintings and a large collection of ceramics. Northwest, Mount San Bartolo Natural Park has trails and sweeping vistas of the Adriatic Sea.

Walks: ‘Rimini On The Adriatic Coast, Italy’

Rimini is a city on the Adriatic coast, in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. It’s known for its beachside nightclubs and shallow waters. South of the center, the Malatestiano Temple is a 15th-century reconstruction of an old Franciscan church, now a mausoleum for Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, a local nobleman. Nearby, the Malatesta-built Castel Sismondo is a medieval fortress now used for cultural events. 

Top New Travel Videos: “Wonderful Piran” In Slovenia By Studio Kairos

Filmed and Edited by: Studio Kairos

Wonderful Piran is a short film, which invites you to explore this charming mediterranean town on Slovenian coast.

With its maze of narrow streets, a fascinating medieval town is set within a genuine Mediterranean environment. It’s architectural design was strongly influenced by the mighty Venice. The Piran salt pans, where the world-class salt is still produced today with traditional methods, were the reason why the town flourished. Where there was once a port, is today one of the most beautiful squares in Slovenia with monument of Giuseppe Tartini, the violin virtuoso and composer. On top of the hill is majestically located the baroque church of St. George with its 48.7 metre high tower bell upon which is set St. Michael’s statue, which is rotating with the wind and forecasts the weather. On southwest region of peninsula the town is guarded by medieval walls.

Music: Fruits of Life by Soulish

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Italian Travel Videos: “Rimini” On The Adriatic

Rimini is a city on the Adriatic coast, in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. It’s known for its beachside nightclubs and shallow waters. South of the center, the Malatestiano Temple is a 15th-century reconstruction of an old Franciscan church, now a mausoleum for Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, a local nobleman. Nearby, the Malatesta-built Castel Sismondo is a medieval fortress now used for cultural events.

Video by: Smoppy’s Adventures