Hotel Due Mari

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Viale Principe di Piemonte, 53, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47831, Italy
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 57% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families88
  • Couples81
  • Solo84
  • Business64

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Transfers from Bologna Airport

by marsi77

Does anyone knows of a company which offers transfers with reasonable prices from Bologna Airport to Rimini please?

Re: Transfers from Bologna Airport

by mccalpin

1. Do you mean the real airport near Bologna, or do you mean "Bologna" as Ryanair defines it, which is really Forli'?

2. If you are landing at the real Bologna, be aware that Rimini is 118 kilometers away (70 miles); it is unlikely that there will be any direct transfers by public conveyance from here to there.

3. Bologna airport is actually close to town, and the airport and the main train station are both on the north end. It is easy to get to the main train station from the airport by bus. See http://www.atc.bo.it/CMS_Software/XMLEngine.asp?p=0661684224#Aeroporto-Stazione(note that the page is full of Italian, English, and French, so read carefully).

4. Once you are at Bologna's train station, it is very easy to take a train to Rimini. See www.trenitalia.com and look for English near the top. There are frequent regional trains, for 7.80 euro one way, second class, which take about 1.5 hours. There are occasional faster trains that cost up to 17 euro and take maybe an hour. There are no reservations on the regional trains, so no need to worry about buying tickets in advance. Even though the premium trains all require reservations, the tickets can be sold to you at the last minute if there is room (likely so). In any case, absolutely no need to worry about buying train tickets before you get to the station.

5. If you are landing at Forli', it's a somewhat different story...

Bill

Re: Transfers from Bologna Airport

by cgf

Ryanair has no more to do with Forli'....
so the cheapest and easiest way to go to Rimini from Bologna BLQ is exactly what Bill wrote.

Re: Transfers from Bologna Airport

by susanandrews

Hi , very easy from Bologna to Rimini by train. Don't know anything about clubs but I used to go to Riminini many years ago and everyone spoke English but not many English people go there anymore. I went there in 2008 and had a fantastic time. We found Not so many people speak Englsh anymore but we had a terrific time and the people are so friendly and helpful that you don't need to speak the same language. (Although I can still manage some Italian that I learnt in my youth) Have a great time. p.s we stayed at the Hotel Litoraneo.(Fantastic and not expensive)

Re: Transfers from Bologna Airport

by susanandrews

Hi, Sorry, think I replied to the wrong person. I meant to reply to someone that was asking about clubs and English speakers. I see you are from Malta, we are going there next month, I've heard it's wonderful.

Travel Tips for Rimini

Being a tourist in Rimini,...

by barcodex

Being a tourist in Rimini, keep in mind that money earned by locals thanks to their tourist business, are almost only source of income. So you will never be said or shown any offence from the locals even if your behaviour will be wild. Unfortunately many tourist misunderstand this kind patience and act them completely nasty. I think we all must consider rights of Rimini people for good clients.
Another thing is Moroccon and Tunesian people who try to sell you things all over the Rimini. I could not say much good about the quality of goods they sell, but they still make a honest business, don't annoy you, and they do not beg from you, as it is usual in some other countries. If you're not interested in their goods, just ignore these people, and they will not bother you anymore.

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 Hotel Due Mari

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Address: Viale Principe di Piemonte, 53, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47831, Italy