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Flights to Rimini

The famous golden beaches of Rimini are all yours with direct flights to Rimini, weekly from London's Stansted Airport. The small Rimini Federico Fellini Airport makes arriving easy, since it's a mere four and a half miles from Rimini itself. Indirect flights are plentiful though can take significantly longer.

Which is the main airport in Rimini?

Rimini Federico Fellini Airport is Rimini's only airport, named after the renowned Italian film director Frederico Fellini who's one of Rimini's most famous sons. The airport is four and a half miles from Rimini itself and is served by regular and cheap bus services. Taxis are also available at the airport.

Which airlines offer flights to Rimini?

Ryanair is the only airline offering direct flights from London to Rimini, with one weekly flight direct between London Stansted Airport and Rimini Federico Fellini Airport. This direct flight takes just over two hours. On other days indirect flights are available, requiring layovers in other European cities.

Why travel by plane to Rimini?

Direct flights to Rimini mean that you're just four and a half miles from the beach when you land at Rimini Federico Fellini Airport. Getting to those golden sands couldn't be simpler. The easy links between the airport and Rimini itself, whether by bus or by taxi, take the stress out of your journey.

Before you travel to Rimini by plane - good to know!

Rimini is justly world famous for its ten miles of long sandy beaches, giving on to the warm waters of the Adriatic. Film buffs will already know that this is the birthplace of the film director Federico Fellini, whose work is celebrated in the restored Cinema Fulgor, where he watched movies as a child. You won't have to go far to appreciate Rimini's ancient Roman heritage: the five-arched Tiberius Bridge, which dates from AD 21 and spans the Mareccia River. When you want to take a break from suntanning, the fascinating Museo della Città is Rimini's museum which takes you on a journey from Roman times to the present day. Take a stroll around Rimini's old town further to understand the remarkable history of this Italian resort. Walking is easily the best way of getting around and if you'd like to take a jaunt along the coast, there are regular buses from the railway station.

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