Sant’Eustachio District Rome

The Sant’Eustachio district is Rome‘s 8th rione. Despite being one of the smallest ones, its central location and abundance of tourist attractions makes it one of the city’s most popular areas.

Sant’Eustachio District Rome

History and description

Sant'Eustachio Church Rome
Sant’Eustachio Church

The rione is a perfect background for an evening walk in the Eternal City, with some of Rome’s most picturesque streets (the Via Arenula and the Via de’ Giubonnari) and churches (the magnificent San Luigi dei Francesi is the national church of France in Rome).

Palazzo Madama, seat of the Italian Senate, is also located in Sant’Eustachio, as is one of the city’s most famous fountains, the Fountain of the Books.

Sant’Eustachio district, Rome (R. VIII)


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