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
Slender Streets Through the Center of Rome
A must for those who visit the Eternal City, and one of the favourite spots among Romans. The three fountains at Piazza Navona, the colorful restaurants and churches give a lively feeling during the day and a magical atmosphere at night."
A Local Look at Sant'Eustachio
As is the case for most of the city, the area offers a wide variety of restaurants and places to go out. Those looking for typical Italian cuisine should head to the area surrounding the Piazza di Spagna, whilst visitors in search of more historical cafeterias or venues will find an ample selection around the Via del Corso."
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