Ghetto Ebraico, Rome
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Learn about old, as well as modern, Jewish life in Rome when you visit Ghetto Ebraico. Dating back to 1555 when the Jews of the area were restricted to a small part of the city and walled in, this is one of the oldest Jewish communities outside of Israel. Visit the Hebrew Museum, explore some ruins, or take a tour of the synagogues. You can wander the area on your own or take one of the many guided tours offered. There are a variety of kosher restaurants and bakeries, many known for their special recipes with artichokes. Make Ghetto Ebraico part of your personalized Rome itinerary using our Rome tourist route planner.
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The Jewish ghetto is a place that you should visit in your stay in Rome couple of hours to stay and view the old building and history of his incredible civilisation. A lot of great restaurant and fant... read more »
So much to see :) It's unique way to see the history - to touch it, to smell the atmosphere, to feel it. The old buildings - a piece of Italian history. One day probably won't be enough to look around... read more »
passare per questo quartiere fa pensare e ripensare a cosa voglia dire integrazione e rispetto...basta leggere le scritte sulla chiesa e sul museo ebraico...passeggiate per le vie per scoprire un quar... read more »go through this district does think and rethink what it means to integrate and respect ... just read the writing on the Church and the Jewish Museum ... walking through the streets to discover an unusual districtshow original
Worst place ever, never ever visit it. Food is not fresh, badly cooked. Overpriced.
Exactly what you would expect. Typical Roma tourist orientated menu with so-so service and so-so prices. Good location and at least the menu has a breadth and depth that should enable you to and your guests to find something that appeals. Beware the house red wine - it's pretty rough!
Dont waste your time and money. Food was horrible compared to what you can get anywhere else in Rome. Kitchen was extremely dirty too...
E M Goldberg
I was there in the beginning of August 2015; this restaurant is NOT kosher.
Great Italian Jewish food (kosher) Fair prices. Very good service. Maybe not the most "typical" but definitely a good restaurant to try!
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