Take a look at the itinerary below that we have drafted to let you make the most of your Jewish Ghetto And Trastevere Tour. This is a typical plan that is highly approved by those who had previously booked this tour.
Your tour starts by first visiting the Roman Ghetto which was established way back in 1955. Known to be one of the most popular attractions, this Jewish Ghetto is hidden in the heart of the city. Walk around along with your guide and get more information about this part of Rome.
Next, we make our way towards Campo de' Fiori, Rome. One of the main squares of Rome, this is the place where you will find all things local. From fresh fruits and vegetables to a variety of local spices, you will find numerous stalls selling many things. Not to mention, the street performers and other artists make this square even more lively.
Our next stop in your Jewish Ghetto And Trastevere Tour will be Piazza Farnese. This plaza is one of the historic squares in Rome and took its name from Rome's largest renaissance palace, Palazzo Farnese, which is situated at this square. Wander around, take a look at the grand buildings, and explore a local market here.
Home to the magnificent Church of Santa Maria in Trastevere, our next stop will be Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, Rome. Here, you will be able to see street performers, lovely architecture, and a fountain that is said to be the oldest in Rome.
Our Jewish Ghetto And Trastevere Tour will conclude by exploring the Trastevere neighborhood. This colorful, bohemian area in Rome is known for its craft beer pubs, trattorias, and artisan shops.