Larian is a small town in the province of Rome in the Italian region Latium, located about 13,116 inhabitants (as of 31 December 2012). It is located 41 km southeast of Rome.
Larian is located on the east side of the Alban hills on the slopes of Monte Algidus. It belongs to the municipalities of the Castelli Romani. The nearby towns are Artena, Cori ( LT), Rocca di Papa Rocca Priora, Velletri.
Lanuvio is connected via the Appian Way ( State Road SS 7) with Rome. It has a station on the regional railway line Rome - Velletri FR4.
Raffaele Montecuollo ( center-right coalition ) was elected in May 2007 to the mayor. His center-right alliance also with 13 of 20 seats, the majority in the City Council.
Larian belongs to Velletri and Cisterna di Latina to the communities that are allowed the wine called Velletri. Larian is famous for its porcini mushrooms. Every September, takes place the feast of Boletus edulis, the Sagra del Fungo Porcino.