RIMINI - GETTING AROUND
Most hotels are within walking distance of the beach and the center, but if you want to take a trip along the coast or inland, buses run regularly from the train station and are frequent and cheap.By Train
Rimini is on Italy`s east coast rail line between Venice and Ancona. Trains also go to Bologna and Milan. The station is between the beach and the historic center.By Bus
Buses go to Ravenna, Cesena, and local towns.
Local buses run to the beach areas, train station, and historic center. The free blue line bus connects the disco area west of town to the main beach area. In summer, some buses run all night.
AM (Agenzia Mobilita) and TRAM Servizi are the main bus companies that service Remini. They provide connections with other notable destinations nearby the city or Rimini proper, such as Riccione, Cattolica, Verucchio or Bellaria. They also operate in city system, meaning they have several lines just within the city.
Besides the numerous network of lines that covers as much as possible from the city and province of Rimini alike, the two companies put forward two extra services, services which refer to the so-called Blue Line (a line made especially for tourist purposes, that is, for transporting partygoers from one disco to another throughout the Adriatic Riviera at night) and to Collinea (it to designed to service tourist purposes, materialized in bus tours throughout the Malatesta Seigniory).
Bicycling is a great option for getting around town and to the beaches, too. There are bike rentals around the beaches and some hotels offer free bicycles to guests. The city also offers a bicycle sharing system.By Taxi
In Rimini there are plenty of taxi ranks, strategically located in some of the top tourist spots such as Piazzale C. Battisti Stazione, Fiera, Hospital, Piazza Cavour, Piazzetta Teatini, Piazza Tripoli, Miramare Train Station, Viserba and Marina Centro. Generally, taxis charge about €1.30 per kilometer, but tourists who travel at night, with luggage, animals or outside Rimini should expect to be charged according to a list of additional rates (€1.00 extra if traveling on Sundays or holidays, €0.50 extra for each suitcase, some €0.30 extra if traveling by night etc.)By Car
Driving can be difficult, especially in summer. If you do have a car you will need to acquire a permit for crossing the historic center if you plan to drive into this area. The police station issues these such permits.
Parking lots are located throughout the city. Most of them are fitted with parking meters. Some are supervised by attendants, whereas others require will require a permit pass. Visitors can use the convenient parking lots located in Piazza Malatesta, Piazza Ferrari, Piazza Valturio, on Via Soleri Brancaleoni, nearby Palazzo Ghetti, on Via Clementini, Via Roma, Via de la Fierra, nearby Torre Pedrera.