Rimini (130,000 residents) is the largest Italian resort on the Adriatic coast. The city has two different faces. In the western part of the city is the old centre with Roman monuments, such as the Arch of Augustus, the Tiberius bridge and the medieval castle of Malatesta. In the eastern part, you will find the attractive new city with 15 kilometres of beautiful beaches and a variety of entertainment. Along the Lungomare (boulevard) are numerous little bars, discos and open air venues. Just behind the boulevard is the most famous shopping street, the Viale Vespucci.