Rimini all year round
RIMINI, HOW TO ARRIVE
Rimini International Airport “Federico Fellini”- the city airport in Rimini. It is connected to the city center by public transportation. It boasts direct flights from many European cities in Spring and Summer: Cagliari, Palermo, Rome, Barcelona, Budapest, Krakow, Kaunas, London Stansted, Luxembourg, Prague, Riga, Sofia, Stavanger, Tirana.
Bologna International Airport “Guglielmo Marconi”– It is open all the year round. It is situated 100 km north from Rimini (about 1 hour drive). Connections between Bologna Airport and Rimini by Shuttle Italy Airport: connection by shuttle bus or Marconi Express: monorail train connecting Bologna Airport to Bologna Centrale railway station in 7.50 minutes an then regular trains and frequent high-speed trains connecting Bologna train railway station to Rimini.
Rimini is well connected to Italy and Europe through the A14 motorway. There are two motorway exits in Rimini: “Rimini Nord” and “Rimini Sud”. The A14 motorway connects Rimini to Venice through the A4, Brennero through the A22, Florence, Rome and Naples through the A1. Rimini has lots of parking places. Visit the webpage Parking to choose your right parking place.
Rimini is also connected to the rest of Italy by an efficient railway network. For further information www.trenitalia.it.
Moreover, the city is directly connected to Germany and Austria. From 25 May to 9 September 2023, the daily daytime Munich-Rimini DB-ÖBB EuroCity connection is in service, departing in the morning at 9:34 and arriving at 17:33 in Rimini (with a stop in Cesena). www.bahn.de
The new night train routes – Nightjet – operated by ÖBB (Österreichische Bundesbahnen), in cooperation with Trenitalia, will be in service from 10 June to 9 September 2023, with departures from Vienna and Munich (at 19:18 and 20:09 respectively), to Rimini. www.nightjet.com
Rimini is well connected by bus to the main Italian cities.