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Rimini (airport website) - At 2 Kms from Riccione away, it has seen an important increase in air traffic and flight connections. It runs daily scheduled flights to Rome and connections to London, Nottingham, Munich, Berlin, Stuttgart, Cologne/Bonn, Amsterdam, Luxembourg, Vienna, Prague, and Moscow. The airport is connected to the city centre with a regular city bus line passing every 15 minutes.
Flights from Rome to Rimini are available; for further information you may check Rimini airport timetables.
Bologna (airport website) - At 110 Kms from Riccione. It is the third most important international airport in Italy, and runs daily scheduled European and intercontinental flights. From these airports every destination can be reached.
Forlì (airport website) - At 50 Kms from Riccione. It features regular connections to London, Frankfurt, Paris, Catania, Palermo. There are about 40 daily trains connecting Forlì to Riccione.
Ancona (airport website) - At 80 Kms from Riccione. It features regular scheduled flights to Rome, Milan, London, Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Moscow. There are about 50 daily trains connecting Ancona to Riccione.
Quick and regular rail links to all major Italian cities. Traveling times on the Eurostar and Intercity services are 3 hours to Milan, 4 to Rome, 2 to Florence and 1 to Bologna. To find and book your train, see Trenitalia website.
IMPORTANT: Let us note that fast trains to Riccione go through Bologna. If you want to take a fast train from Rome to Riccione, you have to query the Trenitalia site with "Rome to Bologna" and then "Bologna to Riccione" (or "Bologna to Rimini"). Taxies and regional train connections are also available from Rimini to Riccione.
IMPORTANT: Trenitalia confirmed us that the Trenitalia website does not accept international credit cards issued out of Italy.
Riccione is served by the Autostrada A14 (A14 motorway), linking it to Bologna and Milan to the north and to Bari to the south. 4 motorway exits: Rimini Nord, Rimini Sud, Riccione, Cattolica. Other road links easily reached from Riccione are the A4 to Venice, the A22 to the Brennero Pass and the A1 to Florence, Rome and Naples.
Currency: According to the Monetary Union, the official currency is the Euro.
Electricity: Voltage in Italy is 220 volts - 50 Hz. Foreign appliances could require an adapter.
To obtain a Visa to attend this conference, some embassies will request you to present a conference INVITATION LETTER.
Organizing Commitee can only provide invitation letters for attendees who meet one of the following requirements:
1) Are the author/presenter of an accepted technical paper.
2) Have registered for the conference with payment.
To request a Visa INVITATION LETTER, contact Prof. Antonio Corradi.