Jewish Ghetto of Rome Guided Tour - ITALY MUSEUM
Official Italian Tour Operator

Jewish Ghetto of Rome Guided Tour

Discover the history of one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world!

from/per person 15.00 €
  • E-voucher accepted
  • Confirmation by email
  • Duration: about 1h30
  • Group tour
  • Discover the ancient Roman Jewish ghetto
  • Take advantage of your guided tour to admire the 19th century Synagogue
  • Visit one of Rome's most fascinating neighbourhoods

Today, very little remains of the ancient buildings where thousands of Jews were isolated for centuries; nevertheless, walking through the streets of the ghetto of Rome, with its monuments and buildings, and looking into the eyes of some of the descendants of those who lived here in the past, you will discover the legacy that has been preserved to this day.
The Roman Jewish community is one of the oldest in the world and thanks to this tour you can discover its history through the traces left over the centuries. From the imperial era, as witnessed by buildings such as the Theatre of Marcellus and the Portico of Octavia, to more recent times, not forgetting the victims of the Holocaust who are remembered by the many "stumbling stones" in the street.
During the tour you will be able to admire the Synagogue, which dates back to the 19th century, from the outside, and you will have the opportunity to taste some typical Roman Jewish recipes, including the famous Carciofi alla Giudia.
The tour will end in Piazza Mattei, at the Fountain of the Turtles, built during the Renaissance.

The price includes

  • Guide Service


Meeting point

The meeting point will be in Via del Teatro Marcello. Remember to arrive at least 15 minutes before the booked time.



This tour will be confirmed with a minimum number of 2 participants.
In case of delay you will miss the tour and no refund will be possible.
The request is subject to confirmation by the operator.
No entrance fees are provided.
Comfortable shoes are recommended. will not be held responsible for any delays due to unforeseen events of force majeure.
This tour is not recommended for people with mobility difficulties.