Casertavecchia (frazione of Caserta) is a medieval village that lies at the foot of the Tifatini mountains approximately 401 meters above sea level and 10 kilometres North-East from Caserta. In the Middle Ages it was the Centre of Caserta. By the 1960 's Italian national monuments.
The village of Casertavecchia is tourist destination because of the Duomo, the campanile, the remains of the Castle and the whole village streets that recall the splendour of a time that was.
The remarkable panorama available in many parts of the village, the summer coolness and numerous bars and pizzerias make villagers around often to spend Saturday night in the streets of the village.