The Urbe: Eternal City!
Rome continues to be a city that still offers different types of opportunities to all those who are looking for an experience or a new life.
The Capital has always attracted people from all over Italy and from all over the world.
The greatness and the many people who were born and moved to the capital know that this city lends itself to everyone’s desires and dreams.
Like all large cities the center is more expensive than the surrounding areas, especially if we talk about the historic center.
However, there are many central areas to consider.
Montesacro and Nuovo Salario are two districts of Rome, located in the suburbs but not far from the center, well connected by subway and express bus lines that reach the main stations of the city in a few minutes. The area is rich in greenery and commercial activities, as well as local and events where you can have fun.
Tiburtina, San Lorenzo and Pigneto are known areas of Rome, often chosen by students because of their proximity to the University.
In Rome, old neighborhoods like the city or new buildings extend throughout the capital, a long list of places to settle: Prati, Parioli, Pinciano and many others.
Living in Rome, where?
Choosing neighborhoods that connect well with everyday activities could be a good idea to choose the home of your dreams.
There are many areas of the Roman suburbs rich in greenery, commercial activities, prestigious homes and well connected to the center, such as L’Olgiata, la Cassia or the Appia Antica.
The area of Città Giardino, inside Montesacro, is one of these, an elegant place, full of beautiful houses easily accessible by bus and underground lines.
Among the characteristic and popular neighborhoods of Rome are the historic San Lorenzo district and the Pigneto district. These are two very special places, full of life given the two markets open during the morning and the many clubs that enliven the evenings.
Moving away from Rome, we also find Fregene, a place of sea close to the city!
Fregene is a fraction of the municipality of Fiumicino on the Tyrrhenian Sea; it is one of the most famous seaside resorts on the Roman coast. A few steps from the capital (33 km), is the location of the Roman coast.
From the Castle of the year 1000, to the monumental pinewood up to the beach, the town offers the possibility to disconnect from the most hectic life in Rome.