Rimini

By plane
By plane

As a renowned resort area, Rimini is served by Rimini International Airport IATA: RMI (http://www.riminiairport.com/) which connects the city mostly to cities in Russia and Central Europe like Amsterdam, Berlin, Bruxelles, Dusseldorf, Helsinki, Karlsruhe, Nuremberg, Stuttgart and Zurich.Buses line number 9 run the 7 km from the airport to the railway station in the centre of the town. Ticket price is 1.60€

Some low cost airlines like RyanAir (http://www,ryanair.com) go to Forlì Airport IATA: FRL (http://www.forliairport.com/) which is about 55 km from Rimini. Other nearby airports are those in Ancona 107km and Bologna 120km.

By train
By train

There is a train line that runs up and down the coast from Rimini to Ravenna and Bologna in the north and Ancona in the south, via any number of smaller resort towns.

The train station itself does not have any luggage deposit facilities, but you can drop by the Tourist Information next to the station and ask if they still have space for you to deposit your belongings for a fee €3 per item as of May 2013.

By car
By car

The A14, a six-lane motorway known as the autostrada del mare runs away to the north. The SS 72 heads inland towards San Marino. The SS16 heads in from the North and Ravenna.