FIM Awards 2022

Welcome to Rimini!

The FIM Awards 2022 will take place in Rimini on December 3rd. Stay tuned for more information!

Rimini is a province of the Emilia-Romagna Region and, being the centre of the “Romagna Destination” Tourist District (from Ravenna to Cattolica), is one of the most important summer destination of tourists from all Europe and beyond, thanks to its services and attractions.

Beach resorts are considered as the best in Italy in terms of level of service and attention to the customers. We also have a well-established reputation on business and exhibition hosting offer thanks to the important infrastructure that are present in our location – unrivalled accommodation offer by hotel and quality of exhibition centres.

FIM delegates will have the chance to visit Rimini during one of its most dynamic period in terms of urban regeneration and see how the location is declining art and cultural heritage, sustainability, quality of life and wellness in its different actions, investments and initiatives. 

Famous as ideal place to go for summer vacations, Rimini is increasingly characterized as a new cultural destination thanks to an evolutional process of urban transformation and a restoration programme of its historical centre, including Roman - Rimini was founded by the Romans in 268 B.C. - and Renaissance monuments and artefacts, the inauguration of the new Museum of Contemporary Art (PART) and the Fellini Museum, an expanded museum concept that designs "an innovative and unique path in the world of Fellini”.

And last but not the least, the city of Rimini and the surrounding territory are called “the Riders’ Land” because people have the engines in their DNA, so many riders were born there and have decided to stay and live in Romagna, others coming from abroad have found the ideal place to live and to practice. And we are not just talking about Circuit Racing riders but also about Motocross, Enduro and Flat Track riders.

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