Jewish Naples Tour
The Naples Jewish Tour consists in a walking tour in Naples starting from the present Synagogue dated 1864, and ending in the ex-Jewish quarter (Giudecca) where Jews used to live from the Roman times till year 1541. There we shall see (from the outside) two ancient medieval synagogues that survived the destruction of the medieval quarters of Naples (because, in the XVI century, they were changed into churches), and a few slums where Jews used to live.
The ex Jewish quarter and the present Synagogue, are located in two different areas of Naples, therefore the tour takes about two hours moving by taxi cab or about three hours if totally by foot.
The combination with the Tunnel Borbonico (located close to the Synagogue) a fallout shelter during the Second World War, provides you the opportunity to continue the story of the Jewish community during the Second World War.
While touring, the history of the Naples Jewish community will be widely explained.
Note: Synagogue visits subject to booking due to reasons of security.
Closed in August.
Explore Naples and its sorroundings with our day trip to: Pompei, Ercolano, Positano, Ischia, Capri, Sorrento.
Not IncludedDeparture TaxesEntry Fees5 Star AccommodationPersonal GuideBreakfast
- find the best accomodation (hotel/apartament/B&B)
- book for Shabbat
- eat Kosher
- visit the Synagogue
- attending the Synagogue Shabbat service