A member of the Italian Exhibition and Trade Fair Association
(AEFI), Rimini Fiera S.p.A is a key player on the Italian and international trade fair
Inaugurated in 2001, Rimini Expo Centre is located north of the river
(Fiume Marecchia) that seperates Rimini from Viserba; just off the SS9 (Via Emilia).
Rimini Fiera is easily accesible by road (A14 - Autostrada
Adriatica) and rail.
The Rimini Fiera station is on the main Milan-Bari line and during
expos, you can expect around sixteen trains a day to stop here.
There's even a helicopter landing site at Rimini Fiera.
The centre is served by a shuttle bus from downtown Rimini and there's
parking space for some 11,000 cars.
As Italians like travelling in their campervans, naturally there's
motorhome facilities here as well.
Three seperate entrances allows Rimini Fiera to hold multiple
exhibitions at once.
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The Rimini Hotel Fiera is
the closest hotel to Rimini Fiera but you may want to choose one of the many hotels along
the coast of Viserba, if not in Rimini itself.
Comune di Rimini:
The official Rimini website is only available in Italian.
Italian Exhibition and Trade Fair Association:
Located in Rimini, the AEFI - Associazione Esposizioni e Fiere Italiane - represents the
interests of Italys trade fair industry and publishes a list of all forthcoming
international trade fairs in Italy.
Palacongressi di Rimini:
The Convention Bureau della Riviera di Rimini has been the powerhouse of conference
tourism on the Italian Adriatic Riviera.
Rimini Convention Bureau:
The Convention Bureau in Rimini offers meeting planners, PCOs and promoters free
assistance with acquiring and organizing events on the northern Adriatic coast of Italy.
Rimini Trade Fair:
The Rimini Trade Fair magazine is mostly in Italian although there are snippets in English
if you look closely enough.
Rimini Travel Tips
When visiting Rimini, don't spend all of your time on the beach!
Head into the historic town centre, and also up into the surrounding
hills, for some of the best local restaurants.
It's also just a short drive, or coach ride, to San Marino - or what I prefer to call, The Postcard Republic.
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