You can eat very well in Italy, and it goes without saying that you can eat very well in Rome, too. The city boasts all manner of excellent, cutting-edge restaurants, but for the best, rustically-satisfying Italian food, you need to seek out or stumble upon the family-run trattorias tucked away in its neighborhoods. Esquilino is one such neighborhood. Fit to bursting with traditional trattorias and ristorantes serving up hearty Roman cuisine, Esquilino might not be Rome's most classically attractive neighborhood, but it is certainly one of its most characterful. You can enjoy great ethnic cuisine here as well, as Esquilino is one of the city's most multicultural neighborhoods. Visiting the noisy Piazza Vittorio Market is a great way to see this other side of Rome and the perfect place to pick up spices, fish, vegetables or other supplies if you're able to do a bit of cooking during your stay. Roma Termini is the city's main train station and public transport hub, and from here you can hop on the metro and be in the Centro Storico in no time at all.