EXPLORE A NEIGHBOURHOOD OF MEMORIES
The Jewish Ghetto or Roman Ghetto, established in 1555, is one of the oldest and most authentic neighbourhoods in Rome. This small neighbourhood, surrounded by the Tiber on one side and Venice Square on the other, is not only rich in culture and religion, but offers a culinary experience not to be missed.
A fascinating journey between past and present, highlights include the synagogue and Jewish museum, stumbling upon cultural treasures and Kosher traditions, and simply soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of its many shops and restaurants.
Visits are limited and subject to availability. For more information, contact our hosts [email protected]el.com prior to your arrival.