The Ghetto of Civitavecchia, is an ancient village located in the vicinity of the port which is built around Piazza Antonio Fratti, where currently behind him stands the palace of finance.
Pope Innocent XII, around the end of the 600, He decided to use this site (which in those days it was a plot of 4 hectares) to create a ghetto reserved to accommodate Jewish families but never those dwellings not occupied.
To prevent these buildings remain unused, They were made available to people from the kingdom of Naples; it is assumed that the latter were in Civitavecchia mainly for work and dedicate themselves to fishing.
To date, the presence of numerous pubs, ice cream parlors, pizzerias, bars and restaurants located here, It does the ghetto a pleasant meeting place, especially for young people who have the ability to make use of these premises (late-night) in the summer period, and in winter, thanks to the facilities very comfortable and cozy in the external and internal.
Avviandosi the most central area of the Ghetto to the course, It can entertain during the day in the many clothing stores and accessories. The area is covered with Wi-Fi hotspot access offered by the municipality of Civitavecchia.
Ideal for spending some wonderful moments in an environment characteristic of the city of Civitavecchia