is readily accessible by air, train and road, with excellent
public transport links to other parts of Italy and the local
Emilia Romagna region.
Riccione is served by three airports with Rimini the nearest,
about ten minutes from the town centre, while Ancona and Bologna
are also very accessible.
operate daily flights to the latter two airports and has also
flown to Rimini, which is serviced by Italian domestic carriers.
carriers, including British Airways and Easyjet, fly daily to
Rimini and Riccione railway stations are on the main Bologna
to Ancona line, which runs down the length of the Adriatic coast.
There are easy connections from both Bologna and Ancona airports
onto this main railway line.
is a major terminus from which it is possible to travel quickly
by rail to many major cities in Italy and onto the wider European
network. Riccione is well served by a regular stopping service.
The hotel is about a mile and a half from the station and taxis
and local transport links are available.
Coming from the north, the A14 motorway runs down the Adriatic
Coast, parallel with the railway as above.
the exit Rimini Sud and pick up the signs for Riccione. The
initial signposting willl be for Rimini.
right turn off the roundabout on the SS16 will take you directly
towards the seafront and Riccione centre.
the seafront turn left at the roundabout and head along the
front towards Rimini for about half a mile.
Hotel Fedora will be on your right, the last in the line of