Reasons To Visit Rimini
The city of Rimini is located in the north of Italy along the Adriatic Sea and is known as a popular coastal resort that has been thriving for over a century. As well as its many beautiful beaches and outdoor areas, Rimini is home to plenty of fascinating historic landmarks and cultural attractions that always offer you something to do. Be sure to check out the beautiful Augustus Arch or the Castel Sismondo castle, two of the finest works of architecture in the city. Around the region you will find endless stretches of beaches offering the perfect backdrop to soak up the Italian sunshine, while there are also many interesting cultural events held each year such as the Rimini Fair. If you're thinking of exploring more of the country, read our guide to the top places to visit in Italy.
Arriving In Rimini
Federico Fellini International Airport is located just 5 km outside of Rimini and primarily handles seasonal flights from European destinations. If you are looking to catch flights from the UAE to Rimini, you will not be able to make the journey directly. However, there are regular flights serving the airport from Moscow and plenty more seasonal routes which would enable UAE-based nationals to get to Rimini with only a single transfer. If you're stopping over in Rome, get some inspiration with our guide to the best things to do in the Italian capital while, if you're stopping over in Milan, check out the 10 best things to do in Milan - a local’s guide.
When your flight has touched down at the airport, you can find buses which will take you into the center of the town if you don’t want to shell out on a private taxi. Take a look at our page on car rental in Rimini to learn more about the possibilities open to you. The airport itself is set within a single terminal and offers a small selection of amenities and facilities, so you can find all of the essential things you would need including a café and eatery on site as well as duty-free shopping.
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UAE nationals flying to Italy do not need to worry about applying for a visa for stays of up to 90 days. The weather in the city can be pleasantly warm over the summer with average highs of around 28 degrees between July and August, although temperatures can get surprisingly chilly during the winter period. Don’t forget that you will need to put your clocks back three hours to get on local time, while the currency you will need during your visit to Italy is the euro just like most other EU nations.
* This information is correct as of February 2018
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