EAERE 2022
Rimini, Italy
28 Jun - 01 Jul 2022
27th Annual Conference
of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Getting to Rimini

Rimini is located in a strategic position that can be reached from south and north of Italy by train or by car. The city airport and the Bologna airport allow one to get to Rimini easily from abroad.

We invite participants to consider their travel environmental footprints and give preference to low-carbon transport modes!

By train

The venue can be reached from the train station:

  • with the bus line N.7 which takes around 10-15 minutes;
  • by bike travel in a 9-minutes ride (see Lime sharing service and Bike Park Rimini);
  • or you can walk there in around 26 minutes; you can pass by the city center, exercise, and it's free!



The rail network is very well connected with high speed trains from Bologna (1h), Milan (2h), and Rome (4h). Both Trenitalia and Italo Treno connect Rimini with the main transport nodes.

By car

Rimini is connected by motorway. It is connected to Milan and Bari through the A14 and the two main exits are Rimini Nord and Rimini Sud. The A14 is linked with Venice through the A4, with the Brenner pass through the A22 and with Florence, Rome, and Naples through the A1. Parking is not allowed in the city center but there are parking areas just outside.

By air

The Bologna International "Guglielmo Marconi" airport (BLQ) is approximately 100 km away from Rimini. From there, one can go to the Bologna train station, by taking a taxi (directly outside Arrivals) or using the Marconi Express train (7-minutes ride) and then take a train to Rimini. Alternatively, direct shuttle buses to Rimini are also available.

Rimini has also a small but well-connected airport which may be useful to check while planning the journey. From there, you can taxe a taxi cab or bus line 9 to get to Rimini city centre


A recap is available in the video below:



Last update on June 26, 2022