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Perhaps Italy’s most famous seaside resort, Rimini crowns the Adriatic coast of the Emilia-Romagna region. A favourite among holidaying Italians, the resort boats over nine miles of beaches, making it one of the biggest beach resorts on the Adriatic. The go-to seaside spot since the 60s and 70s, Rimini is known for its exciting fast pace, thriving dining scene and sleek marina. With reportedly around 500 bars, it’s a bit of a party hotspot, with no end of venues for drinking, dining and dancing. Away from the beaches and bars, however, Rimini has an old soul. The lovely old town is home to a clutch of interesting Roman remains and Renaissance throwbacks, including the 1st-century Tiberius Bridge and the fascinating Arch of August, dating back to around 27 BC. There’s a lot to see in Rimini, and the best way to see it all? The Wheel of Rimini, a 60-metre Ferris will installed in 2000 that offers incredible views across the coast.