Bologna Airport
Km 100 north of Rimini. It is the third most important international airport in Italy, and runs daily scheduled European and intercontinental flights. Shuttle transfer service will be provided for teams and delegates between Bologna airport and Rimini.

Ancona Airport
Km 80 south of Rimini. It features regular scheduled flights to Rome, London, Duesseldorf, Munich, Madrid, Stockholm, Bruxelles Charleroi, and Skopje. Shuttle transfer service will be provided for teams and delegates between Ancona airport and Rimini.

Rimini Airport
Located in the city of Rimini. It actually features regular scheduled flights to London, Warsaw and Kaunas. Probably other flights will be added. You can directly check the flights programme on the website

By Car
Rimini is served by the Autostrada A14 (A14 motorway), linking it to Bologna and Milan to the north and to Bari to the south. 4 motorway exits: Rimini Nord, Rimini Sud, Riccione, Cattolica.
Other road links easily reached from Rimini are the A4 to Venice, the A22 to the Brennero Pass and the A1 to Florence, Rome and Naples.

By Train
Quick and regular rail links to all major Italian cities.
Travelling times on the Eurostar and Intercity services are 3 hours to Milan, 4 to Rome, 2 to Florence and 1 to Bologna.
Rimini-Rome: 25 trains daily
Rimini-Milan: 20 trains daily
Rimini-Bari: 15 trains daily

High-speed train links
The brand-new high speed train “Frecciarossa”, as it is known, completes the journey from Rome to Milan in 3 and half hours.
This also means that the journey from Bologna to Milano will take 65 minutes.
The following upgrading for high-speed have been completed:
Bologna – Florence: 35 minutes
Turin – Milan: 60 minutes
Milan – Naples: 4 hours
The Italian high-speed lines will gain better connection with the evolving European network, with completion of the new Turin-Lyon line that includes a 52km base tunnel beneath the Alps.
Environment-friendly transport


Rimini is alive to the latest developments in technology and the benefits to the environment which these developments can offer. The Riviera is served by a transport network using buses running on white diesel, which reduce toxic emissions by 90% and are 50% quieter too. The result is a more comfortable ride for the passenger.

Electrically-powered minitrams serve the town centre, and most hotels will be happy to provide visitors with bicycles. The many cycle paths in Rimini afford easy access to the seaside, the old town, and on into the hinterland.

Rimini was recently voted Italy’s “most hospitable city”.
As a town which puts people – both residents and visitors – first, Most hotels provide their guests with bicycles, as well as the City with a service of bike-sharing, all free of charge.