Take a stroll through one of the most interesting and oldest neighbourhoods in Rome and learn the stories of the Jewish Ghetto, uncovering pieces of Jewish history and heritage in Rome.
Explore the district of Trastevere. This is one of Rome’s oldest and better-preserved neighbourhoods. Here, the alleyways, lanes, Churches, as well as the old traditional bakeries and shops are pleasant and offer an authentic experience of Rome. The Porticus Ottaviae was, from the 16th to the 19th Century, the Jewish Ghetto in Rome. This area had a concentrated history: from the ruins of Republican and Imperial Rome to the medieval constructions, from the Renaissance Ghetto to the constructions of the Synagogue, until the tragedy of the Nazi deportation.
Sunday to Friday morning
Blocked dates: 1 and 6 Jan, 1 May and Jewish Holidays
outside the entrance to the Great Synagogue, Lungotevere dei Cenci
Food, drink, transportation and personal spends
Suitable for all ages
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