Shabat walking tour
The Shabbat walking tour is rooted in traditional Jewish sources, intended to touch on significant religious aspects of the lives of Jews from the ancient past.
In three hours, we shall make a complete circle around the “outside” of the ruins with an expert guide. Your guide will reveal the most enduring legends and stories about the renowned monuments in Rome, as well as the untold stories of the Jewish people in Rome.
The Roman Jews have been a part of the Roman Empire since its founding. In their public synagogues, stone epitaphs and marble sarcophagi, they have refused to hide, and refused likewise to assimilate. Instead, throughout the eternal city’s history, the Roman Jews have openly expressed their refusal to be marginalized or forgotten—and, in doing so, they have contributed inestimable richness to the fabric and history of Rome.
DepartureMeet your guide at the Jewish quarter, in front of the Main Synagogue. This tour usually finishes at Circo Massimo, but you can also walk back to the ghetto with the guide
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable clothing and shoes
IncludedShabat walking tourPersonal Guide
Not IncludedDeparture TaxesEntry Fees5 Star AccommodationBreakfast
- The Jewish Ghetto area
- the Campidoglio
- a view of the Roman Forums
- the Arch of Titus, Colosseum
- Palatine, Circo Massimo
- returning to the Ghetto area