3-Hour Jewish Ghetto & Trastevere Walking Tour

  • Tour code: 436-3137
  • Available: Sun (Mar - Nov)
  • Depart from: Rome, Italy
  • Duration: 3 Hours
From USD$34.11

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Highlights:

Discover the real Rome on this three-hour walking tour. After you have seen the Colosseum and the Vatican, take a break from the crowds, escape the traffic and explore the backstreets of the historic center that most tourists do not even know exist

Special Remarks:

  • Max. 25 people in a group

Pricing Details

Adult:$34.11
Child:$29.54
Senior:Free
  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 6-17 yrs old. Child 0-5 yrs old free of charge without seat occupancy.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Rome
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Day 1 Rome

This tour will begin after guests have met at the specified departure location. Today, we will stroll through the Roman Ghetto and the Trastevere area, starting from the Largo di Torre Argentina and the Curia Julia. Then, we will cross Tiber Island to the Campo de' Fiori. On this tour, led by a knowledgeable guide, we will see parts of the city from each significant era in its history, from Antiquity through the Baroque period. The tour will conclude when we return to the departure point. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

The history of this amazing city spans more than two and a half thousand years. It is one of the most historic places on the planet Earth, and it's artistic and cultural contributions have colored global development.

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    Established in 1555, this neighborhood in the Rione Sant'Angelo was home to the city's Jewish population from the time of its inception to the late 19th century. It was the last active ghetto in Europe.
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    This area is the 13th rione of Rome. It features narrow, cobblestone streets lined with many Medieval-era buildings. It lies on the West Bank of the Tiber River, south of Vatican City.
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    This square in Rome, in the Campus Martius, is home to the ruins of four ancient temples and the Theater of Pompey. In the 18th century, the Teatro Argentina, an opera house, was opened.
    Duration: Approx. 6 Hours
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    This building was the third senate building in ancient Rome. Julius Caesar had commissioned its construction, but was murdered by a group of senators before he could see its completion.
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    As its name suggests, this island is in the middle of the Tiber River in Rome. It is very long and narrow. The island is now home to a hospital, but in antiquity held a temple.
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    The name of this square in Rome means "field of flowers" in English. The statue in the center depicts the Renaissance philosopher Giordano Bruno, who was burnt alive here for heresy against the Church.

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