This Safari d’Arte tour is an art and treasure hunt that takes place in the squares and alleyways of Rome. With a map and clues you’ll search for…
Discover Rome’s Jewish Ghetto on a guided tour that’s fun for even the youngest members of the family. Learn about Rome’s Jewish history through…
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Our tour guide (Helena? Or perhaps Elena), was lovely and very knowledgeable - a former university student of art history. The Jewish ghetto is quite small, and not much remains of the original tiny alleyways and ancient buildings - for this reason, I think the tour could probably be condensed into 60-90 minutes instead of two full hours. However, we did enjoy it, and partularly loved poking around the Theater Marcellus. In retrospect, I should have asked her more about what happened to Rome's Jewish population during the 1900s, but we were caught up in a discussion of the architecture of the area.