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Ghetto juif et Trastevere

Rome, Italie

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Expérience organisée par Benjamin

2 heures
Jusqu'à 10 personnes
Proposée en Anglais

Au programme

Beginning in one of the main squares of central Rome, right in the heart of the city, we'll take a walk where you get some great views and some great hidden history, before heading into the Jewish Ghetto. This is a fascinating neighbourhood of Rome, where traditions and a keen sense of identity still loom largely. We'll talk about how this became the area it is today, from the Ancient Roman period, through the medieval age, up to the 20th and 21st Centuries. Discover some of the most romantic and tragic tales that the city has to offer. Afterwards, we'll cross the river - using the oldest bridge in the city (2100 years old!) - and can stop for a refreshing gelato, before heading into Trastevere. This is one of Rome's classic traditional areas, with small artisanal shops, great restaurants and bars, and picture postcard scenery. We'll wander down the streets, seeing how Rome's traditions have continued over the years, and seeing one of the oldest churches in the city, before ending up at one of Rome's best evening-time piazzas.
Other things to note
It's a nice relaxing walk, only lasting 2 hours maximum, so don't worry too much. We end close to some nice bars and restaurants, so I can show you to them if you like at the end.
Beginning in one of the main squares of central Rome, right in the heart of the city, we'll take a walk where you get some great views and some great hidden history, before heading into the Jewish Ghetto. This is a fascinating neighbourhood of Rome, where traditions and a keen sense of identity still loom largely. We'll talk about how this became the area it is today, from the Ancient Roman period, through the medieval age, up to the 20th and 21s…

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À partir de $31
par personne
lun. 30 nov.
13:30 - 15:30
$31 par personne
$31 par personne
mar. 1 déc.
13:30 - 15:30
$31 par personne
$31 par personne
mer. 2 déc.
13:30 - 15:30
$31 par personne
$31 par personne

Faites connaissance avec votre hôte, Benjamin

Hôte sur Airbnb depuis 2015
  • 133 commentaires
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I have lived in Rome for seven years, working as a tour guide, and this city has came to be my home. Every street and every corner is filled with wonderful people, architecture, and history. Originally from the north of England, I studied a Masters in Ancient History at the University of Wales, before moving to Rome to put the knowledge to use. At times I've also lived in Florence and New York City (a little different to Rome, I know!), but Rome will always be my love, and I want to help others love it just as I do. I aim to entertain as well as teach you some of the history and secrets.
I have lived in Rome for seven years, working as a tour guide, and this city has came to be my home. Every street and every corner is filled with wonderful people, architecture, and history. Originally from the north of England, I studied a Masters in Ancient History at the University of Wales, before moving to Rome to put the knowledge to use. At times I've also lived in Florence and New York City (a little different to Rome, I know!), but Rome will always be my love, and I want to help others…
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Le lieu

Piazza Venezia - the 'Altar of the Fatherland', one of Rome's most iconic monuments
Piazza Campidoglio - the old seat of the city council
Theatre of Marcellus - built in 13BC, and the inspiration for the Colosseum
Jewish Ghetto - small, narrow streets, traditional Jewish restaurants, the 'Fountain of the Turtles', the Great Synagogue
Tiber Island - an island where Rome possibly began
Trastevere - traditional Roman neighbourhood

Évaluation de 4,87 sur 5 sur la base de 133 commentaires.

Ninja
septembre 2020
We went through beautiful streets and had an amazing gelato! Benjamin really knows a lot about the history and gave us great foodie tips! Thank you!
Katia
septembre 2020
Amazing tour and I highly recommend it! Me and my boyfriend took it to get familiar with Rome and it’s local side and we were not disappointed! Great history, interesting facts and stories, amazing local recommendations! We felt very comfortable and had a lot of fun!
Amazing tour and I highly recommend it! Me and my boyfriend took it to get familiar with Rome and it’s local side and we were not disappointed! Great history, interesting facts and…
Marco
septembre 2020
We totally enjoyed the walking tour with Benjamin and have learned a lot about the places we have visited (and even beyond). Ben is really knowledgeable and takes his time to answer all your questions. Definitely recommended!
Amy
septembre 2020
You can tell Benjamin loves history - he was brimming with knowledge (even some quirky facts) on all the sights along our tour. He was even so kind as to accommodate my special request to learn about a specific section of the Jewish Ghetto too. Was an afternoon well spent!
You can tell Benjamin loves history - he was brimming with knowledge (even some quirky facts) on all the sights along our tour. He was even so kind as to accommodate my special req…
Joel
août 2020
Ben was a great guide, walking us through the Jewish Ghetto & Trastevere with stories of power struggles, architectural quirks, and heart wrenching oppression. Local dining & drinking recommendations were added as we strolled through quiet side streets that might otherwise have been missed. Would recommend to anyone looking for context and insight into a unique area of Rome.
Ben was a great guide, walking us through the Jewish Ghetto & Trastevere with stories of power struggles, architectural quirks, and heart wrenching oppression. Local dining & drink…
Christopher
août 2020
Excellent tour - Benjamin was extremely knowledgeable, we learned a lot and even got to stop for a gelato in the heat which was delicious!

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10  voyageurs maximum de tout âge peuvent participer.

Ce qu'il faut apporter

If raining, bring an umbrella

If it's warm, bring a water bottle - there are fountains to refill along the way