All roads lead to Rome - and some even to Lazio - better to Cisterna di Latina. The small town can be reached in 30 minutes by train from Rome and you have to drive 20 km if you want to go to the sea. Many Romans choose to live here because it is less crowded and more affordable. The city has just under 40 thousand residents.
The flat is on the second floor (in total) and looks onto a beautiful green area. It comes with a garage and cellar. The furnishings of a famous Roman architect can possibly be purchassed as well.
Lazio lies on the Tyrrhenian Sea, is home to the capital of Italy and the former center of Roman power - Rome - pure history and monuments. Colosseum, Trevi, St. Peter's Basilica or Pantheon only serve as a foretaste.