Walking Tour of Rome's Jewish Ghetto
Join a walking tour of Rome's Jewish Ghetto and discover its history with the help of an expert local guide.
- Walk through the Jewish Ghetto, a former prison quarter, and catch a glimpse of its history.
- Your expert guide will regale you with stories and fascinating facts about all that you see.
- See the Teatro Marcello, nicknamed the "Small Colosseum," and the Jewish Synagogue.
- Check out the views from the Portico d’Ottavia and the restaurants at Via del Portico d' Ottavia.
- Pass by the Turtle Fountain, and the Piazza delle Cinque Scole, named after the presence of five religious buildings.
- Expert English, Italian, or Spanish-speaking guide
- Tips and gratuities
Vous pouvez annuler ces billets jusqu’à 24 heures avant le début de l’expérience et bénéficiez d’un remboursement complet.
Rome is the epitome of history itself. Long ago, there were several ancient homes where thousands of Jews were isolated for centuries. Now, almost nothing remains there. Still, if you walk through the alleys of the ghetto home to so many monuments, buildings, and narrow streets, you'll catch glimpses of Jewish history and find that some of that inheritance has passed down to their descendants even today.
Your guide will lead you into alleys of the ghetto, where you can witness traces of Imperial Rome. This includes seeing the Theatre of Marcellus, nicknamed the "Small Colosseum," and the Portico of Octavia, which is where the Jewish-Roman dish, the fish broth, originated from!
Retrace the history of the Jewish people in Rome from ancient to modern times, all the while never forgetting the victims of the Holocaust. The "stumbling stones" (concrete cubes bearing a brass plate) nailed into the floor are a palpable testimony. You'll also get the opportunity to try traditional Jewish-Roman recipes, such as scrumptious artichokes “alla giudia”, or the tart with ricotta cheese and sour cherries. See also the 19th-century synagogue and end your tour with the sound of the water of the Renaissance Turtle Fountain in Piazza Mattei.
know before you go
Make sure to wear comfortable shoes as there is plenty of walking involved.
- Teatro Marcello
- Portico d’Ottavia
- Synagogue (exteriors)
- Via del Portico d' Ottavia
- Piazza Mattei
- Turtle Fountain
- Palazzo Manili
- Piazza delle Cinque Scole
- Piazza dei Cenci
- Ponte Fabricio
- Sat & Sun: 9am, 11am, 5pm, and 7pm
- Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.
- Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the meeting point.
- Meet your tour guide at Via del Teatro di Marcello in front of Antico Caffè del Teatro Marcello.
- This is located at stop no. 5 on the hop-on, hop-off Gray Line - I Love Rome city tour.
- The nearest bus stop is Teatro Marcello, which is a 2-minute walk to the meeting point.
- Bus #44 and 716 will bring you here.
This ticket is valid for the date and time selected during checkout.