BOLOGNA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
The service operates between Bologna's International "Guglielmo Marconi" airport and the city of Rimini.
Rimini and the Rimini Riviera are well connected with the rest of Italy, thanks to a very good motorway network. The city is positioned along the A14 motorway which connects it to Bologna and Milan going North and to Bari going South.
The Riviera region has four motorway exits: Rimini Nord, Rimini Sud, Riccione and Cattolica. Using the A14 from Rimini you can easily reach the A4 which will take you to Venice and the A22 which heads towards the Brennero Pass.
It is also very easy to reach the A1 which will take you to Florence, Rome, and Naples.
A good railway network connects the Rimini Riviera to the rest of Italy. There are train stations in Rimini, Bellaria, Riccione and Cattolica.
From these stations, you can easily reach Bologna in an hour, and also by high speed connections, Milan in 2 hours and Rome in less than 4.