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Rimini Airport

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Opening hours

Mo-Fr 0830-1830
Sa 0830-1830
Su closed
Address
Via Flaminia 335, 47924,
corner Via Casalecchio


Telephone: 39-0541-1798530

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Hertz at Rimini Airport

Car hire from Rimini Airport is the easiest way to get your holiday started; we can get you on the road as soon as you land, so just visit us at our airport branch. Hiring a car from Rimini Airport opens up the possibilities of the region, whether you intend to spend your time here in one of the historically most popular seaside resorts in Europe, or want to head for the other parts of the Emilia Romagna region such as Pesaro, Ravenna or the swanky Republic of San Marino, one of the wealthiest countries in the world.

Organising your car hire from Rimini Airport means that the journey into Rimini is quick and easy, just 15 minutes' drive down the Via Flaminia. Hiring a car from Rimini Airport means you're not just restricted to Rimini; if you head for San Marino, why not take advantage of the position of this hilltop town to walk between each of the three towers? The Passo della Stregha, between the first two, provides amazing views.

Just an over an hour up the A14 is Bologna, a red-brick Italian city full of student vibrancy and buzz. You can admire the fountain in Piazza Maggiore or visit the University's anatomy theatre in Piazza Galvani.

Although there is plenty in the surrounding region to explore, Rimini itself has a lot to offer. Head to the Museo della Citta, whose paintings include Bellini's ‘Pieta'. Its main attraction is its ground floor archaeological section with finds from two nearby Roman villas. Why not visit the grandest monument in Rimini, its Tempio Malatestiano cathedral? Originally a 13th Century church to celebrate to Saint Francis, Malatesta changed its function to become the mausoleum of his lover and wife, Isotta degli Atti.