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La Romagna del Pirata - Self-Guided Tour on the places of Pantani 6days / 5nights
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La Romagna del Pirata - Self-Guided Tour on the places of Pantani 6days / 5nights

The territory around the hometown of Pantani might seem flat, from the Adriatic coast inland there seem to be no elevation meters and instead when you least expect it the hills sprout imposing, one after the other. east of Emilia Romagna and the Marches, who trained the Pirate for his deadly shots: via the bandana, his hands in the lower part of the handlebars, his gaze determined and shortly after the shot. Follow his way of telling opponents if you have the strength. Sea and mountains, different worlds, opposite. Solitude and beauty, nature and open spaces. Sea and mountains, two universes made of roads and pedals, sweat and frames, of men alone in command, of climbing and descending on two wheels. We will live the places and streets of Marco Pantani in his shining career. We will cycle on two of the climbs that have trained his legs, crossing wonderful territories in Romagna that has always been home to great champions.
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trooper92 wrote a review Oct 2020
St. Gallen544 contributions199 helpful votes
We recommend to park (free) at the parcheggio Piazzale della Rocca, walk along one side of the channel until you reach the little 1Euro-ferry, cross the channel with the ferry and walk back on the other side. Plenty of nice sights and restaurants of all categories along the way. Very enjoyable especially outside the peak season.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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John M wrote a review Jun 2020
Santa Cruz, California4,107 contributions375 helpful votes
Cesenatico is a popular tourist location in the Summer, and pretty quiet during the Winter, when I arrive every year for my work. It is a nice walk along the working fishing dock canal. The historic boats are closer to the traffic zone, where you find fewer of the best restaurants, and the canal empties into the sea, where you can watch the fishing boats come and go.
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Date of experience: February 2020
viaggioSensoriale wrote a review Jun 2020
Cesena, Italy1,214 contributions8,074 helpful votes
Legend has it that it was even designed by Leonardo da Vinci, however without any doubt one of the most beautiful places in Cesenatico, with numerous and characteristic restaurants along the way and the suggestive and colorful sails of the boats along the canal. Both in summer and in winter, it is the reference point for walks in this beautiful village on the Romagna Riviera. Do not miss the maritime museum with the typical boats of Romagna fishermen
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Date of experience: June 2020
53 Helpful votes
Antabouttown wrote a review Nov 2019
Bournemouth, United Kingdom112 contributions62 helpful votes
It's always a pleasure to walk down this scenic little bit of old town Cesenatico. Pkenty of great bars and restaurants are on hand for you to sit and watch the wold go by as you eat or drink. The historic fishing boats are decked out with Christmas tableaux of the Nativity over the festive period. Wonderful after dark!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Mike T wrote a review Oct 2019
Eagle, Idaho1,502 contributions419 helpful votes
We are staying in Bertinoro and wanted to visit the seaside so at our Airbnb hosts suggestion we drove 45 minutes to Cesenatico, it was worth the drive. Easy free parking, nice 1 1/2 hour walk down canal to the sea. The canal is fun of fishing ships and a wooden boat floating museum. The beach’s look wonderful and I’m sure in summer are packed. Fun time.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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