- Visit the best of medieval Rome
- Stroll around Trastevere's cobblestone alleys
- Discover the Jewish impact on Ancient Rome's society and culture
Take advantage of the beautiful weather the city of Rome has to offer and share some valuable time with your loved ones as you stroll through the cobblestone streets of Trastevere with your private guide who will reveal the history hidden behind the flower-filled balconies. Giving you an experience that will leave you in awe of how an ancient neighborhood with forgotten myths has become the modern-day representation of authentic roman culture.
We work efficiently and effectively to provide the best experience money can buy. This is why we provide an in-depth tour of Trastevere and the Jewish ghetto in Rome in only 3 hours. Giving you the timely possibility of choosing your own start time, whether it’s an early morning stroll or an after lunch picks me up to adventure. We missed a location of your particular interest in our standard itinerary, no worries we can alter itineraries to best fit your preference. All our tour guides are certified local experts prepared for any and every question you might have.
After meeting your guide your journey begins...
You will be astonished by the golden mosaics on the facade of Our Lady Basilica once arriving onto Piazza Di Santa Maria. The 1,584-year-old church holds eternal historical and cultural importance being one of the oldest churches dedicated to the Virgin Mary in the City of Rome. Once inside you will be able to appreciate Domenichino painting the 'Assumption of the Virgin', created in 1616 which adorns the wooden ceiling. The next destination will be heard before it is seen. Trilussa square located to the right of Ponte Sisto, one of the most transit river bridges in Rome, will be filled with street musicians and cafe shops. Don’t let the crowd distract you from the Fountain of the Cento Preti, a tribute to Roman Poet Carlo Alberto Trillusa. Strolling through Piazza Trilussa on the way to Tiberina Island you will witness the beautiful narrow streets of Trastevere. After leaving the Trastevere neighborhood behind you will then cross Ponte Cestio, one of the two bridges connected to the Tiber Island. When arriving at the boat-shaped island you will instantly notice the quiet serenity that surrounds it. This marvelous rock went from being a facilitator of travel to a cult of the God of medicine to a hospital run by a religious order. The birth of this island is hidden in the million myths your guide will tell you all about. Then you will leave the peaceful environment of the healing Island to walk on Ponte Fabricio to the Jewish Ghetto.
You will have the unique opportunity to admire the last five standing columns of the Porticus of Octavia, which originally was made up of three hundred columns. Standing in the very heart of Rome’s Jewish Ghetto the remains show the great impact of time and change. After you will walk towards the Marcello Theater, this “Jewish Colosseum” established in 13 BC hosted 15,000 spectators for acting, dancing, and singing acts. Look closely and you’ll see how this ancient building has been merged with a building. Look even closer and you’ll see the remains of the Temple of Apollo Sosianus that dates back to 431 B.C.This will conclude the tour of the longest-running home of the Jewish community in all of Europe.
✔ Trilussa square
✔ Tiberina Island
✔ Ottavia Porticus
✔ Marcello Theater
✔ Jewish Ghetto
Know before you go
- A lot of walking is involved in your tour - comfortable shoes are recommended.
- A proper dress code is required as you will enter religious sites - Knees and shoulders must be covered.
- Pick up & Drop off are available for this Tour
- Private Tour guide