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Casertavecchia, Caserta
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Visit a well-preserved castle citadel that hosted a succession of conquerors and rulers from the Lombards to the Bourbon family at Casertavecchia. Beneath the Tifatini Mountains, you can explore the narrow alleyways and winding streets of this antique town, which arose in the ninth century. Many restaurants and pizzerias offer terraced, outdoor seating. At an elevation of 401 m (1,315 ft), you can see plenty of countryside and a bit of the nearby city. Some streets are steep and aren't recommended for those with mobility issues. Put Casertavecchia at the forefront of your travel plans using our Caserta holiday planner.
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  • It is an ancient village quaint but now the tourist aspect is the master. In any case worth a visit because it is very well preserved and kept (unlike many surrounding area).
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  • Down with family for the holidays we approached the village of casertavecchia in occasion of the Christmas markets. There was missing for a while and to be honest a shot to the heart. Yes the atmosphere is beautiful as a medieval always puts tranquility too abandoned. Streets in the pitch dark, we were with the torches of our mobile phones, markets located in the main square where the Cathedral but nothing that a few and evil, without some background music, a bit of animation. We were somewhat disappointed, I guess without these small events. Dispiacve me so much because it is an awesome place. I do not understand why so abandoned. Assundo. From help. To awaken those of duty, in this case Mayor administration miscellaneous, proloco if exists since we asked around for information and no we knew nothing about. Wake up!!!
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  • Stroll through the narrow streets is rewarding! Spotless. Quiet. Relaxing. You can enjoy a panorama of the Palace of Caserta and the city. Can be easily reached by bus picks C.L.P. from Caserta station or you can park in the large square with 2 euro, even with the Camper to 10 euros.
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