Top 20 Sant'Eustachio, Rome vacation rentals & luxury serviced apartments
Long and thin, and bordered by government buildings, Piazza Navona and the edges of the Pantheon square, Sant'Eustachio is often dismissed as a thoroughfare. But really it's a day-to-night kind of place, full of interesting spots that would be more famous if they weren't rendered invisible by the big guns nearby. Take up residence in one of the rambling palazzi alongside dowagers and diplomats, and then venture out onto the cobbles. By day, you can enjoy the Caravaggios in Chiesa de San Luigi dei Francesi, and multiple espressos at the world famous Caffé Sant'Eustacchio – always take sugar, or you may get a sneer. By night, head to Piazza delle Coppelle, for late-night drinks and the raucous hubbub of well-dressed Italians letting their hair down.