Rome has always been a lively center attracting many different cultures from different parts of the world. The Jewish presence in Rome has been a very long one and is still visible and bustling today.
Trastevere literally means beyond the Tiber, and it was originally connected to the main city of Rome by a tiny wooden bridge. Immigrants, mainly Jews and Syrians, arrived from the East and settled in the area.
We will visit the site of Rome’s Jewish Ghetto. In Italian, the ghetto was called Serraglio delli Ebrei, which mean the enclosure of the Jews, the Synagogue of Rome in what is today a charming area, known for its restaurants and some of the best food in Rome.
Meeting Point: Pick up at your hotel.
• Private English-speaking guide at disposal for 3 hours
• Private driver at disposal for 3 hours
• Entrance Fees to the Jewish Museum
• Gratuities (optional)
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