Rimini

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Rimini, the capital of Italy’s Adriatic Riviera

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Getting there You can get to Rimini from Bologna, Turin and Bari. Best price and travel duration below.

From Rome 03:35 HK$500
From Venice 02:37 HK$380
From Milan 02:10 HK$330
From Bologna 00:52 HK$150
From Turin 04:02 HK$360
From Bari 04:37 HK$430
From Taranto 06:06 HK$580
From Lecce 06:02 HK$500
From Parma 01:48 HK$240
From Fano 00:38 HK$80
From Ravenna 00:34 HK$120
From Ancona 00:42 HK$120
From Falconara 00:46 HK$150
From Senigallia 00:52 HK$90
From Pesaro 00:16 HK$80


Getting around From Rimini, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Riccione 00:10 HK$80
To Pesaro 00:29 HK$80
To Forli 00:30 HK$80
To Ravenna 00:36 HK$120
To Fano 00:38 HK$80
To Falconara 00:45 HK$150
To Senigallia 00:50 HK$90
To Bologna 01:17 HK$150
To Ancona 01:18 HK$120
To Parma 02:23 HK$240
To Venice 02:52 HK$380
To Voghera 03:30 HK$310
To Rome 03:34 HK$500
To Milan 04:31 HK$330
To Turin 05:10 HK$360
To Bari 06:49 HK$430
To Taranto 08:25 HK$500

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Rimini, the capital of Italy’s Adriatic Riviera

Rimini is located the region of Emilia-Romagna, in Italy. The city faces the Adriatic sea and is one of the most popular seaside resorts in Italy. It is the perfect place to enjoy quality holidays. Rimini is also home to several landmarks, museums and parks.

There are of course many things you can do in Rimini. Start by walking over the 2000 year’s old Ponte di Tiberio bridge. Afterwards head to the Piazza Cavour, a lively place where you can enjoy the local atmosphere. Take time to look closely at monuments such as Palazzo dell’Arengo, Castel Sismondo and Arch of Augustus. To relax, simply head to the beach. Rimini has 15 km of sandy beaches, diverse restaurants, bars and hotels.

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