San Remo

San Remo is located on the Italian Riviera, just near the border with France. The city is well known for its rally, its centenary casino, and more recently for its poker tournaments (Italian Poker Tour and European Poker Tour). Discover San Remo city center does not lack charm, though small and includes interesting examples of Baroque architecture, Romanesque and neoclassical. In the center, do not miss to visit the home of Alfred Nobel, where he lived the last months of his life. San Remo is an Italian town in the province of Imperia in Liguria in Italy. This is a tourist town famous for growing flowers and for its festival of Italian song and its car rally. San Remo has the distinction of being one of four Italian cities to have a casino. This city offers magnificent examples of architecture of all kinds: from baroque, through Art Nouveau, Romanesque and neoclassical. During a stay in Sanremo, it is important to visit the Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Coast, best known for urban dwellers and tourists as the Madonna of the Coast. Indeed, it serves as a landmark for sailors because it was built atop the hill of the Pigna. Things to see and do in San Remo A pleasant stroll through the historic center (Pigna) of San Remo to discover remarkable buildings, and the intermingling of architectural styles: Romanesque, Baroque, neo-classical, art nouveau ... San Remo, jewel of the Italian Riviera the beautiful coast of Liguria are a succession of folds Mt.