Slight and skinny, Sant’Eustachio links several points in the old city. As a connecting corridor, it struggles to find an identity of its own and is often subsumed into a nearby district. Everybody in Sant'Eustachio seems to be in transit, whether it’s well-turned-out business moguls rushing to their morning meetings, tourists wandering between Roman ruins, or espresso connoisseurs going back for their second cup.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Pauline Boldt is a freelance photographer and creative director who works globally. She takes pictures of where she is and what is around her. While spending two weeks in Rome photographing for Airbnb, she loved getting to know the historic city intimately. Pauline's current work can be found on her internationally featured blog, 26mertonroad.com.