Begin your Jewish Rome walking tour admiring the breathtaking view from the Janiculum Hill. Marvel at the impressive Fontana dell’Acqua Paola, also known as il Fontanone, one of the most beautiful fountains in Rome, dating back to the 17th century.
Descend the hill and reach the heart of Trastevere. Stroll through suggestive narrow alleys lined with historical workshops, bakeries and typical inns. Your tour guide will tell you more about the places you'll visit and about the Jewish community's influence over the city's history and traditions.
Cross the pedestrian bridge of Ponte Sisto and reach the Jewish Ghetto, a district full of history and tradition that has almost entirely remained untouched throughout the centuries. The centerpiece of the area is the 1904 Synagogue, a magnificent structure with beautiful windows and a decorative facade. Walk through narrow cobblestone streets, experience several layers of history and learn more about the history of the Jewish community.