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Taking a Train to Rimini / Riccione in Emilia-Romagna

It’s so easy; everyone should take a Train to go on Holidays, to Rimini / Riccione in Emilia-Romagna. If you don’t have too much luggage, it’s just so lovely just to sit there, watch the landscape passing by, and arriving relaxed to your holiday destination. To hustle with traffic on the motorway or Tangenziale, no delayed flights or lost luggage, just an enjoyable train ride. Okay, personally I would not choose to travel by train all from London to Rimini or Riccione, but within Italy, always for sure. I have travelled all across Italy by Train, and I have never had any issues or long delays. Also, if you book online and in advance, the Tickets are affordable, and you only have to show your printed ticket.

For a Train Travel to the Adriatic coast of Emilia-Romagna, with the most famous beach holiday destinations being Rimini and Riccione, and you are travelling from northern Italy, you have to pass via Bologna, and most likely have also to change trains there. Make sure you chose a connection with a good transfer time, just in case your first train to Bologna is delayed. From Bologna, the train ride is delightful, with only 52 minutes to Rimini and eight more minutes to Riccione.

Pictures: Taking a regional Train to Rimini / Riccione in Emilia-Romagna

Train Bologna Rimini Riccione Emilia-Romagna JoyDellaVita

Train Bologna Rimini Riccione Emilia-Romagna JoyDellaVita
luggage compartment at the regional train in Italy
Train Bologna Rimini Riccione Emilia-Romagna JoyDellaVita
additional seats
Train Bologna Rimini Riccione Emilia-Romagna JoyDellaVita
leaving Bologna Centrale Train Station
Train Bologna Rimini Riccione Emilia-Romagna JoyDellaVita
driving through Emilia-Romagna

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One thought on “Taking a Train to Rimini / Riccione in Emilia-Romagna

  • 7 - August - 2017 at 9:35 AM
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    We took a train from Rimini to Ancona and have to say that the ride was enjoyable. Trains in Italy are really cheap and pretty fast.

    When we visited Rimini, we actually landed at Bologna airport very late and hate to take a shuttle service; otherwise we probably would’ve taken a train, too.

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