CAMERECHIARE is a place for travellers, photographers and people passionate about art and creativity. Our aim is to create a place where visitors can experiment, share ideas and relax in Rimini. Sign up for a photography workshop, take a cooking class or simply rent a room for your next holiday.
Accommodation — We have three rooms, each with their own theme. Choose a room that matches your taste and stay as long as you like.
Workshops — We host a variety of photographic workshops designed to push photographers of all levels.
Events — We regularly invite photographers to present workshops, exhibit the work of independent photographers, and host guest chefs.
Kitchen — Emilia-Romagna is known as the heart of Italian cooking, join us with special guest chefs in The Guerilla Kitchen.
Studio — The Studio is at the heart of CAMERECHIARE, a comfortable workspace that encourages sharing and creativity.
East Coast — Visit Rimini and experience the natural diversity, warm hospitality, and rich food of the Romagna region.
Rimini It is located on the Adriatic Sea, on the coast between the rivers Marecchia and Ausa. It’s one of the most famous seaside resorts in Europe, thanks to its 9-mile sandy beach, over 1,000 hotels, and thousands of bars, restaurants and discos.
Federico who? The great director and winner of 5 Oscars. Fellini is to Italian film what Dante is to language and Michelangelo to art. When the beach get’s too hot, visit the Fellini Museum or cool off in Piazzetta Teatini, one of his favourite hideouts.
The Old City
Founded by the Romans in 268 BC, this city is old. Roman emperors erected monuments like the Arco d’ Augusto (Arch of Augustus) and the Ponte di Tiberio (Tiberius Bridge), while during the Renaissance, the city benefited from the court of the House of Malatesta, which hosted artists like Leonardo and produced works such as the Malatesta Temple. More recently (1989), in the Piazza Ferrari the Domus Del Chirurgo (The Surgeon’s House) was discovered with an extraordinary collection of medical items. A word of warning, don’t speak while passing under the Arco d’ Augusto, it’s bad luck.
Borgo San Giuliano
Across the historicPonte di Tiberio, you’ll find another of Fellini’s favourites. The San Giuliano district. This old village is a labyrinth of narrow streets and cobblestones. Once a poor fishing village, it has become popular with writers, artists, writers and musicians.