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    Motorway A14 Bologna-Rimini-Ancona-Bari-Taranto

    This motorway is usually called the Autostrada Adriatica or the Autostrada del Mare. It starts in Bologna, connecting the North and South of Italy.  
    The A1 links Milan to Rome, via Bologna and Florence. For anyone travelling towards the Riviera di Rimini, there are connections between the A1 and A14 in Bologna Borgo Panigale and Casalecchio. From there, the distance is just over 100 km and you are at the sea! It is even easier to reach us from the South: the A14 goes down right to the heel of the Italian boot!

    Don't rush, drive carefully and – have a good holiday!

    For our friends arriving from the mountains of the Alps:

    • Border checkpoint Rabuiese, Muggia (Trieste)-Padua-Bologna 316 km: A4, A13
    • Border checkpoint Coccau, Tarvisio-Udine-Padua-Bologna 377 km: A23, A4, A13
    • Brenner Pass -Bolzano-Bologna 368 km : A13, A22
    • Chiasso-Como-Milano-Bologna 275 km : A1
    • Simplon Pass - Milano-Bologna 373 km : A1
    • Mont Blanc tunnel, Courmayeur-Alessandria-Piacenza-Bologna 455 km : A5, A1
    • Mont Cenis tunnel, Bardonecchia-Torino-Piacenza-Bologna 424 km: A21, A1
    • Ventimiglia-Genova-Voghera-Piacenza-Bologna  445 km: A10 and A1


    These are the tollgates on the A14 to reach the Riviera di Rimini:

    • Rimini Nord: Exit for Santarcangelo di Romagna, Bellaria Igea Marina, Torre Pedrera e Viserba
    • Rimini Sud: Exit for Rimini proper, Miramare, San Marino, Verucchio, San Leo, Novafeltria
    • Riccione: Exit for Riccione, Misano Adriatico, Coriano
    • Cattolica: Exit for Cattolica, Misano Adriatico, San Giovanni in Marignano, Gabicce Mare, Gradara

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    Last update: 22/01/2019