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|Rimini city centre|
|Federico Fellini International Airport (RMI): 4 mi from city centre|
Italy's eastern coast is waiting! Are you planning a holiday in Rimini? Start your planning with cheap flights to Rimini International Airport (RMI). From London, flights to Rimini take-off from Heathrow onboard airberlin, one of Germany's biggest low cost airlines. Ryanair also offers flights to Rimini.
Rimini is a popular tourist resort town but it's mostly popular with Italians from in-land who want to enjoy the seaside during the summer months. The food is excellent and the people are very friendly. August is the busiest month of the year to visit and flights should be booked at least 3 months in advance.
Direct flights to Rimini take 2 hours from London.
Welcome to the Italian Riviera! This is the place to go for a typical Italian beach holiday. You won't find bus loads of foreign tourists here, only Italians which means one thing: the food is fabulous! With 15km of beaches, how can you go wrong?
Federico Fellini Museum: If you need a break from the sun, check out this museum in the historic centre. The museum covers most of the famous director's life from his early days to the peak of his career which earned him five Oscars.
Domus of the Surgeou: Rimini has been inhabited since Roman days and if you're after a history lesson or two, stop by this impressive archaeological area that dates back at least 20 centuries.
Beaches: Rimini has 15 kilometres worth of beaches. The beachfront, called La Marina is the reason why so many flock to this city. Arrive early to secure a good place on the beach for the day.
Find more information on Rimini Tourism.
There are plenty of hotels in Rimini to go around but it can get pretty crowded in summer when last-minute rooms can become scarce. In the winter, the marina area turns into a ghost town and many hotels shut down for the season.