In the ancient city Esquiliae was the name of the eastern hilly area that formed the V region Augustan. Today the Esquiline is one of the most central districts of Rome lively and multiethnic. In addition to the magnificent basilicas of Santa Maria Maggiore and Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, this area includes the Termini Station and Piazza Vittorio, with its characteristic arcades and its garden full of mysteries. More than a quarter, an obligatory meeting point for people who spend from the capital.