Visit Europe’s oldest ghetto and experience over two thousand years of Roman-Jewish life! See the Great Synagogue, the Jewish Museum and much more!

Jewish and Roman history intertwine. Explore some of Rome’s most famous landmarks—the Colosseum, the Forum and Titus’ Arch—this time from a Jewish perspective!

Discover the Vatican’s Jewish side: From Jewish inscriptions and artefacts to the Talmudic traditions behind Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel!


Visit this extraordinary site, closed to the general public. The Jewish catacombs on the Appian Way, with their wealth of Jewish symbols, provide invaluable information about the lives, occupations, and customs.

Stroll through some of the city’s most charming streets and alleyways, followed by dinner at one of the excellent kosher restaurants in the Ghetto.

Seen everything? Join me on a day trip to the Roman countryside. Enjoy the baroque gardens of Tivoli, the cool hills of the Castelli, or the picturesque towns and breathtaking views of the Amalfi Coast.


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