Walking through the narrow streets and pedestrian areas of the neighborhood, we come into contact with the past and the present life of one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe.
Your tour begins at the Ponte Sisto, built in the 15th century during the time of Pope Sixtus IV.
Then continue on to the picturesque Trastevere district; walking through this colorful area with alleys and typical lively squares, we reach the heart of the district, Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere with its Basilica, the first dedicated to the Virgin Mary, built in the 4th century.
Passing through the Tiber Island, we go straight to the nearby Jewish Ghetto.
We will procede the visit to the Jewish Museum of Rome, reopened only in 2005, located in the building of the great Synagogue, showing seven new areas of magnificent artifacts and precious documents, which have testified to the 2000 year history of Jews in Rome.
HOW TO BOOK?
Once booked, it is not possible to cancel and ask for a refund of the tour.