European University of Rome
The paper focuses on the human mobility in Mediterranean cities. This stream of immigrants change to the space of urban life for the historical, geographical and cultural factors leaded to themselves. The paper‘ll analyse two cities, Naples and Valencia, because both are very interested of this phenomenon, that changing the articulation of metropolitan areas.The methodology used to compare the different way of new territorialisation based on some indicators: density for districts, the distribution of non EU immigrants in districts, the population pyramid of the non Eu immigrants living in that cities and the place of worship. Starting of this comparison it is possible to understand which is the city, between Naples or Valencia, highlights more integration and new form of territorialisation than the other.