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Esquilino - Termini

Esquilino is the most multi-ethnic quarter of Rome, where the shops and bars run by people from each corner of the world stand alongside traditional and historic Roman businesses.




Piazza Vittorio, the heart of Esquilino, is at the center of an extensive regeneration project. There is a famous characteristic market, once found in the square, which has been homed in the ex-military base Sani, not far from the original site. A visit to the Esquilino market is not to be missed, as the colors and scents will transport you to far-off lands.


One of the strong points of this area is its vicinity to the central station, Termini. Restored for the 2000 Giubileo, it is a jewel of modern architecture and the departure point for trains to the rest of Italy. For further information visit the station's official website.


In this area two of Rome's four Basilicas are found, on either end of the Via Merulana. San Giovanni Laterano, built by the Pope, is the cathedral of the diocese of Rome. Santa Maria Maggiore is home to the "sacra culla" relic, which, according to tradition, are the fragments of Jesus' manger. Along Via Nazionale, the western boarder of Esquilino-Termini, is the prestigious Palazzo delle Esposizioni, where interesting art exhibitions are held. For further information, visit the website.


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