This is one of Rome's most charming and eclectic neighborhoods of Rome, the Jewish Museum, the Great Synagogue, the Octavia door and a grand sixteenth-century fountain by Giacomo della Porta; this used to be the only source of fresh water for the entire Jewish population of Rome. In the background, palazzo Cenci Bolognetti. Here you will discover sites, memories and curiosities about the history and life of Jews in Rome. There are also typical restaurants serving up wonderful cross-cultural dishes like the Jewish specialty of fried artichokes... mmhh doesn’t it just make your mouth water? Is there a special place you want to go visit? Did you hear about a spot that isn’t on “the tourist trail”? Please, tell us!
Note: Please dress respectfully for visiting religious monuments; local custom requires covering knees and shoulder. We suggest comfortable walking shoes.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
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