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The Jewish Rome 

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  • The Great Synagogue
  • Vicolo della Reginella
  • The Turtle Fountain
  • Piazza Venezia
  • Terrazza delle Quadrighe
THE TOUR INCLUDES:
  • Licensed professional English speaking guide for the entire duration of the tour
  • Entry into the Synagogue
  • Ticket Synagogue
  • Lunch (complete menu - wine not included)

THE TOUR DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  • Transfer to the location of appointment for the starting of the tour
  • Tips
  • All that is not listed in "The tour includes"

"Let the show begin", was the cry to be heard centuries ago at the Theater of Marcellus, where the powerful and triumphant senators of Ancient Rome sat in the front row. Here the curtain is raised to expose an extraordinary universe: the "Jewish ghetto".

On this tour you will explore the ancient Jewish quarter of Rome including the immense Tempio Maggiore - the Great Synagogue of Rome. You will then cross over to Piazza Giudea, where you will be intrigued by a tiny street Vicolo della Reginella, one of the most characteristic streets of the ghetto.
Just beyond this street lies one of the most elegant and "hidden" fountains in Rome: La Fontana delle Tartarughe (The Turtle Fountain), whose turtles and dolphins were masterfully designed by Bernini. We will then lunch at the Taverna del Ghetto Kosher, where chef Umberto will display his gastronomical abilities and historic-culinary expertise.

After lunch, you will wander toward the heart of the capital at Piazza Venezia. This square is the crossroads between the most important Roman streets via dei Fori Imperiali, via del Corso, via del Plebiscito. And this is where Dragonfly Tours will dedicate to you an "arrivederci Roma", with a sight that will take your breath away.

By way of two panoramic elevators, you will reach the Terrazza delle Quadrighe; this terrace is, without a doubt, the highest and most panoramic viewpoint in Rome, from here you can watch the sun set overlooking the Eternal City.

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