Population Approx. 150,000
Rimini is a city on the Adriatic Sea in the Emilia-Romagna province of Italy. With 1,000 hotels and nine miles (15 kilometres) of sandy beaches along with many bars, restaurants and clubs, it is one of the most popular seaside resorts in Europe. Rimini is located at the southern edge of the Po Valley, at the junction of Northern and Central Italy, and during Roman times was a key communications link between the northern and southern regions of Italy. Rimini is also the hometown of famed Italian film director Federico Fellini.