Palacongressi di Rimini

Rimini Convention Center
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ChainIndependent / Other
Total Meeting Space> 10,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms
Via della Fiera, 23
Rimini 47900


In 2016 the Palacongressi was awarded Best Conference Centre and Auditorium in Italy at BEA 2016, the events and live communication Festival. The jury, made up of experts from leading companies and agencies in the communication and events Sector concluded that the Palacongressi di Rimini is Italy's most appealing, versatile, functional and top quality location in the meeting industry.


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant


  • AV Capabilities

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space> 10,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms39
Largest Room4,754 sq. m
Second Largest Room1,676 sq. m
Exhibit Space> 10,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms
Room Size
Ceiling Height
Room Dimensions
Maximum Capacity
Banquet Rounds
Cocktail Rounds
Piazza Hall
4,754sq. m12 m70 mx 68 m4,700------
Tempio Room
468sq. m6 m31 mx 15 m440------
Castello Room
587sq. m8 m38 mx 15 m580------
Arco Room
318sq. m4 m21 mx 15 m260------
Breakout Room 1
30sq. m4 m8 mx 4 m20------
Breakout Room 2
30sq. m4 m8 mx 5 m20------
Breakout Room 3
30sq. m4 m8 mx 5 m20------
Anfiteatro Hall
1,676sq. m2 m-1,540------
Arengo Room
312sq. m4 m20 mx 15 m282------
Porto Room
131sq. m4 m12 mx 9 m90------
Ponte Room
140sq. m4 m16 mx 9 m110------
Vecchia Pescheria Room
55sq. m4 m7 mx 7 m36------
Faro Room
77sq. m4 m10 mx 7 m54------
Marina Room
183sq. m4 m20 mx 9 m165------
Parco Room
136sq. m4 m15 mx 9 m110------
Borgo Room
136sq. m4 m15 mx 9 m110------
Fontana Room
122sq. m4 m14 mx 8 m-------
Lavatoio Room
128sq. m4 m15 mx 8 m103------
Bastioni Room
62sq. m4 m7 mx 8 m40------
Squero Room
62sq. m4 m7 mx 8 m40------
Orologio Room
92sq. m4 m11 mx 8 m70------
Breakout Room 4-9
30sq. m4 m4 mx 8 m22------


Local Attractions

University of Bologna - Rimini Campus

15 minutes away
The University of Bologna has a multi-campus structure - unique in Italy - which offers educational and research opportunities to the other towns of the region. That is the reason why the University of Bologna has invested with special forms of autonomy in Rimini. In line with the requirements of the city, the University of Rimini offers some innovative courses in sectors of local and national importance, such as tourism and services. Here is more on Rimini's educational offering: Faculty of Economics – degree courses in Economics of Tourism, Business Economics and Business and Auditing; International post-degree specializations in Economics and Market Policy and Tourism Economics and Management. Faculty of Statistical Sciences – degree courses in Finance, Insurance and Business, degree courses in Statistical, Financial and Actuarial Sciences. Faculty of Pharmacy – degree course in Pharmacy and degree courses in Quality Control of Health Products. Faculty of Arts and Humanities – degree course in Fashion Cultures and Techniques and degree course in Fashion Studies. Faculty of Industrial Chemistry – degree courses in Chemistry and Technologies for the Environment and Materials. Faculty of Medicine – degree courses in Nursing, Midwifery, Imaging and Radiotherapy Techniques. Faculty of Exercise and Sport Sciences – degree course in Physical Activities for Wellness, degree course in Wellness and Sport Management. Faculty of Education Sciences – degree course in Expert in Social and Cultural Education, degree courses in Training, Education and Cooperation. In Rimini the first Italian academic department dedicated to Quality of Life Studies. Some key figures: over 150 teaching staff, over 5,000 students.


18 km away
Set between the hills and the sea, the Misano Adriatico circuit is a mecca for bikers. It has recently been refurbished and can now hold 60,000 spectators. Naturally, it is a cult place for motorcycle fans from Emilia Romagna. Here, they can watch famous international races, such as the MotoGP world championship, or experience the thrill of riding on the circuit themselves.

Tiberius Bridge

Historical Landmark
15 minutes away
il Ponte di Tiberio (Tiberius Bridge), was started during the reign of Augustus, as part of his extensive series of public works for Rimini, but takes its name from Tiberius, the Emporor under whose reign the bridge was finished. Built in seven years, between 14 and 21.AD. The Bridge is a remarkable construction, proven by the fact that it remains largely as it was when built by the Romans – despite the ebbs and flows of nature, the numerous wars it has seen, and modern day traffic (the bridge remains in use). The bridge connects Rimini’s centro storico with the borgo San Giuliano. During the summer months, often, there are concerts and events staged in the canal with the ponte di Tiberio as an impressive backdrop.

Fellini's Dolce Vita in Rimini

“I can never think of Rimini as an objective reality. Rather, it is only a dimension of the memory.” Quote from “La mia Rimini” (My Rimini) by Federico Fellini. In a sense, all Fellini ever did was to make films about Rimini, his home town. There is a lot about Rimini in Fellini’s films, even though the sets were always constructed in Cinecittà. To discover Fellini’s Rimini a dedicated itinerary is proposed, starting from the seaside, from the Grand Hotel di Rimini, where it is possible even to sleep in the Fellini Suite (his own favourite) or book a dinner based on the Fellini menu Next stop it is the port on the palata (wharf) where the Vitelloni (young men about town) liked to philosophise endlessly in wintry Rimini and where the motorcyclist in Amarcord used to come to ride his bike at full throttle. Even trains (symbolic of travel) and the station are often present in his films. The original station is in Piazza Battisti. There are also various houses where the Fellini family lived. Fellini himself could not remember where his very first home was, only that one day his father vaguely indicated a street saying that it was where he had been born. However, he was always very fond of the home of his adolescent years and his first love affairs.

Arch of Augustus

Historical Landmark
10 minutes away
Rimini’s Arco di Augusto (The Augustus Arch) is the oldest surviving Roman triumphal archway in existence. It highlights the importance of Rimini in the Roman world, and is the most iconic monument of classical Rimini. The arch was built in 27 B.C. and dedicated to Augustus – at a time when Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus was succesfully consolidating his individual power – on the orders of the Senate. It was the start of the so-called Pax Romana, a prosperous and peaceful period which saw major building projects undertaken in Rimini including the Tiberius Bridge (actually started by Augustus in 14 A.D just before his death).

Republic of San Marino

Historical Landmark
30 minutes away
Europe's smallest and oldest Republic was founded by Saint Marino, a stone-cutter monk who fled here to escape persecution by the emperor Diocletian in the 4th century. San Marino lies on Monte Titano at a height of 760 metres above sea level and has plenty of monuments, attractions and traditions to offer visitors, as well as a long and proud history of freedom and independence. Particularly spectacular is the investiture ceremony of the Capitani Reggenti [the higher magistrature of the Republic], held every six months in evocation of an ancient protocol. The Republic comprises nine villages, each with its own castle surrounded by gardens, museums and shops. San Marino has its own mint, makes its own stamps and does not operate customs controls.

Rimini Expo Centre

Business District
10 minutes away
Rimini Expo Centre, designed by Hamburg´s Studio GMP and inaugurated in 2001, is located at the north end of the town, in a total area of 460,000 square metres (160,000 of which are landscaped), and has an on-site railway station on the Milan-Bari line and a helicopter landing area. Laid out on one level, the expo centre has three entrances, 173,000 square metres of useable space, 113,000 of gross expo space, 60,000 square metres of services, 16 halls all on ground floor, air-conditioned and able to be blacked out, 20 modular conference rooms, a business centre, three press rooms, 2 restaurants, 3 free-flow eateries, 10 food service points and parking space for 11,000 cars.

The Surgeon's House

10 minutes away
“The Surgeon's House” was inaugurated in 2007. The important archaeological complex, situated in the heart of the town centre, was discovered in 1989 and presented to the city of Rimini after 18 years of excavation and conservation. The archaeological area covers over 700 sqm and includes many different building elements, among which the most interesting, the so-called Surgeon's House (Domus). This was a residential building of the Roman period, built during the second half of the 2nd century A.D. Other findings of great archaeological interest were unearthed providing us with an exceptional example of historical and urban stratification. With a great deal of care and patience, the archaeologists of Rimini, led by Jacopo Ortalli, in charge of the excavations, brought to light a unique historical patrimony. The large number of unearthed remains and mosaics are of great interest and all well preserved. The most extraordinary discovery is the collection of 150 surgical instruments. They leave us no doubt as to the profession of the owner: a doctor.


  • Complimentary Parking


Space flexibility, multi-purpose solutions, adaptability to diverse uses and needs, research and quality in the workplace, state of the art technology and a responsible use of environmental resources is what defines Palacongressi di Rimini. Surrounded by a green park, close to the historical town centre, with its 39 spaces and countless hotels and accomodation facilities nearby is an excellent venue for your events.

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Palacongressi di Rimini is an eco-friendly venue, thanks to: - reclaimed green space; - possibility to reach the city and the Palacongressi with zero emission transport; - natural light; - state-of-the-art light control dimming system; - eco-friendly construction materials; - rain water harvesting system; - ice storage system; - building management system; - dynamic video signage; - low environmental impact promotional tools; - separate waste collection; - limit in the consumption of paper and plastic; - best practices.

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