Rimini, the land of hospitality

Everybody knows Rimini as a "good time place" – a lively, sunny seaside resort with a touch of charm. It's famous for its 15 km long (nearly 9.5 miles) sandy beaches which offer 230 lidos. These are organized like tourist villages and every year provide novelties for guests. There are also over 1,000 hotels, ranging from the fairytale Grand Hotel to small familyrun B&Bs and 11 theme parks. Tourists also flock here because Rimini is a warm, welcoming town, the Italian champion for the culture of hospitality. But deep inside, Rimini is still Roman Ariminum, an art town with a history of over 22 centuries. Within walking distance from the restaurants on the beach and the "street bars" in front of which people dance all night, you will find absolutely fascinating art masterpieces.



Tourist Information Centre
Piazzale Cesare Battisti, 1 Rimini
Tel +39 0541 51331 
Fax +39 0541 27927 
Mail stazione@riminireservation.it 


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Getting around

By train: Rimini station serves trains, regional and fast, connecting Turin and Milan with all the Adriatic Riviera (Rimini, Ancona, Pescara, Foggia, Bari, Lecce and Taranto). Trenitalia - Italotreno
By car: The A14 connects the north and south of the country. The A1 connects Milan and Rome Milano through Bologna and Florence. From the southern regions the A14 goes directly to Bari and TarantoHighways
By bus: Buses connects Rimini to the Republic of San Marino and the main Italian cities. StartRomagna
By plane: From Fellini airport there are international connections, low cost and charter, throughout Europe, including Russia and Eastern Europe 

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