Discover the Jewish culture in Rome

Discover the Jewish culture in Rome

From $220 / pers.

Rome, Italy

Maria Linda

  • Art
  • 3 hours


Start your visit admiring the breathtaking views on the Janiculum Hill. Admire the impressive Fontana dell'Acqua Paola, also known as the Fontanone, one of the most beautiful fountains in Rome dating from the 17th century. Just like the old explorers, we descend the Hill in the heart of Trastevere. Walk through narrow streets lined with historic workshops, bakeries and typical Inns. Your certified guide will be your storyteller, and you will discover that Rome is not limited to the Gladiators and Christian history - it is also a city inhabited by the Jewish people and influenced by its traditions for more than 2,000 years. Cross the pedestrian bridge of Ponte Sisto and join the Jewish quarter, which is one of the most beautiful areas of the city, rich in history and tradition, almost entirely preserved over the centuries. The synagogue of 1904, the centerpiece of this area, is a beautiful structure with beautiful windows and a decorative façade. Stroll in of narrow cobblestone streets and discover many layers of history, learn the history of the Jewish community, while admiring the ancient ruins that surround you.


Art, Exploration


Janiculum Terrace Trastevere Lungotevere de' Cenci

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Rome, Italy

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  • Guide local certifié

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  • Repas
  • Boissons


English, Français, Italiano, русский язык, 日本語 (にほんご), Português, 中文, 汉语, 漢語, Español, Deutsch


Rome, Italy


Group of 1 : $220
Extra Adults : $10
Children 6-17 y.o. : $0
Babies 0-5 y.o. : $0

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Maria Linda

Member since December 2017

  • Rome, Italy
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