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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Rimini Station?

    The price for luggage storage near Rimini Station starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Rimini Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Rimini Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near San Marino Funiculer, Stazione di Cesena, and Stazione Pesaro and all over Rimini.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Rimini Station?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Rimini Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Rimini Station?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Rimini Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Rimini Station and in the broader Rimini area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Rimini Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Rimini Station are Hotel Napoleon, Terminal Palace & SPA, and Hotel Villa Rosa Riviera. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Rimini Station are Sunflower City Backpacker Hostel & Bar, Hotel Acquamarina, and Hotel Gladiola.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Rimini Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Rimini Station are Ristorante Hokkaido, Le Befane Shopping Centre (Centro Commerciale Le Befane), and Ponte di Tiberio.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Rimini Station?

    Check out the nearby Parco Del Mare, Parco Giovanni Paolo II, and Parco Maria Callas.


Exploring any city or tourist attraction always becomes a bit of a nightmare if you are carrying luggage. This is where Bounce luggage storage networks come in to take the strain and leave you free to explore the destination that you have chosen.

With branches worldwide, Bounce is able to accommodate bags of any size, offers an online booking facility and free insurance leaving you free to enjoy your adventure. Rimini is no exception. 

About Rimini

Often described as one of the hidden gems of Italy, Rimini is a small city, but with plenty to offer. Whether you are there for the stunning beaches that line the Adriatic coast and the associated nightlife, or to explore the Roman and Renaissance architecture and monuments, there will be something here for you to enjoy.

With a history that dates back to 268 BC. it should come as no surprise that there is a distinct historical attraction here, especially in the walled areas of the old city center. The Roman influence is so strong it is almost palpable but so too is the Renaissance influence.

For those more into catching the sun and dancing the night away, Rimini is one of the most notable of Europe’s beach resorts. You have nine miles of white sand divided into small more personal private plots, each with its own facilities which act as a magnet for both locals and foreign travelers. 

The city sprawls along the Adriatic coastline and is crammed with nightclubs, hotels, and, of course, those wonderful Italian restaurants that no visit to Italy would be complete without.

Things to do near Rimini Station

Mixing historic attractions with more family-friendly activities, Rimini has something for everyone.    From the station itself, you are in easy striking distance of many of the city’s main attractions, and here are some you might like to consider

  • Step back in time at the Tiberius Bridge. This impressive structure was started in the year. This impressive structure was started in the year 14 and remains an icon of the city.
  • Borgo San Giuliano is a suburb of brightly painted little houses that makes for an ideal place to stroll after crossing the Tiberius Bridge.
  • Feel like a giant at Italia Miniatura. This theme park with a difference is great for those traveling with kids.
  • Viale Vespuccia is a street filled with coffee shops and boutiques where the locals love to stroll in the afternoon.
  • The Rimini Port will provide great views of the harbor and some of the mega-yachts that moor thereCatholic as their owners visit the city.

Transit options near Rimini Station

  • The city boasts a formidable bus service that will take you to all parts of the city as well as up or down the coast. There is also a good night bus service.
  • Trains link you from the station to all of the major suburbs of the city so there is no attraction that you will not be able to get to.
  • There are plenty of car hire companies and the driving here is said to be easier than in that of many Italian cities.
  • Both the city and the beachfront are very walkable and this offers you a chance to find some of those secret corners that remain untouched by other tourists.

Luggage Storage in Rimini     

Freeing yourself of luggage is a must if you plan to make the most of Rimini and all that it has to offer. Bounce locker rental links up with vetted partners to offer you a secure and economical way to store your luggage. You can book online and for not much more than the price of a cup of coffee you can leave your bags in complete peace of mind. Insurance and security tags are included in the price.

Attractions and activities near Rimini Station

Historically, Rimini has always acted as a crossroads between the north and south of Italy. That means that for centuries, different people and cultures have lent their influence to this part of the world, making it a kaleidoscope of sights and a place where a multitude of flavors can be sampled.

Corso Augusto

The Arch of Augustus dates back to 27 BC and one would expect a structure so old to be little more than a ruin. In fact, this magnificent arch has weathered the assaults of time with careless aplomb and makes for spectacular photographs. Wander through the arch and visit the grounds while you are there. 

Piazza Tre Martiri

This square lies at the very heart of the city so on any real excursion it would be a hard one to miss, and you certainly wouldn’t want to. 

It is surrounded by architectural delights which have all witnessed Rimini’s history in the making. To the south you have the tiny Tempietto di Sant Antonio and Chiesa Dei Paolotti. In total contrast, on the north, there are chic boutiques and top-end restaurants. The square itself plays host to a seasonal market and if you time it right you might get to see a live concert.

Castel Sismondo

This palace is one of the most important historical buildings in Rimini. It was designed by Sismondo Pandollo Malatesta, lord of Rimini in 1437. Consisting of six stone towers and surrounded by a moat, it fell into disrepair. As recently as 1967 the ancient moat was still being used as a prison.

Today the palace is undergoing renovation and some of the magnificent rooms such as the delightfully named Snail’s Bedroom and the Cricket’s Room are once again being revealed.

Ruota Panoramica     

Let’s face it, no matter how much you enjoy traveling and exploring new places, it can be a tiring business and sometimes you just want to sit down and admire the view. One way to get a panoramic overview of this city is to hop onto a giant Ferris wheel and Rimini has just the thing.

The Ruota Panoramica is 55 meters high, weighs 360 tons, and offers spectacular views of the city and the coastline. What’s more, you won’t be dangling in one of those crazy little seats. Instead, you will be able to admire the world below you from the comfort of a cozy and secure cabin offering the view without the adrenalin rush.

Rimini Beach

Finally, there is the beach. To mention Rimini without emphasizing its beach would be to do the city a disservice. Here you can laze on a sun lounger, duck into a quaint little coffee shop or sip cocktails at one of the many beachfront hotels. All the options for all the family.

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