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Jewish Ghetto,Synagogue & Trastevere

Quick Details

Clock Departures: 09:30 a.m.

Hour Glass Duration: 3 hours

Open Book Language(s)English only

Users Group size: Monolingual semi-private tour, min. 2, max. 10 people

Location Meeting point: Piazza Trilussa in front of the fountain at 09:15 a.m. or pick-up service from centrally located hotels

Tag Tour ends: Jewish quarter (drop off at hotels is not included)

Child (4-8 years)

A look into Italy’s Jewish history

Most people identify Italy as one of the most Catholic country, but actually in Rome there is one of the largest Jewish communities in the world.

Tour starts by the Ponte Sisto bridge and proceed to the picturesque Trastevere district. This colourful area with narrow streets and lively piazzas, is famous for the typical Roman nightlife. Crossing the Tiber river through the Tiber Island, you will reach the nearby ghetto.

Strolling down tiny streets and pedestrian areas of the quarter, it will be possible to get in touch with the past and the present life of one of the oldest existing Jewish communities. Tour ends in the Jewish Museum of Rome, located in the great Synagogue building, showing magnificent artifacts and precious documents, witness of the 2000 year old history of Jews in Rome.


  • Trastevere
  • Tiber Island
  • Jewish Ghetto
  • Jewish Museum
  • Synagogue


  • Skip the line entrance tickets
  • Professional licensed guide
  • Headsets
  • Pick up service from centrally located hotels (when selected)

Not included

  • Drop off at the hotels