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Ghetto Ebraico, Rome
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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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  • Pretty entertaining place for those interested in history. The Museum features exhibits from different epochs and times associated with the work and contribution of Jews in the history of Rome. The emergence of the Jewish people in Rome refers to the ancient period to the present day in blizhlezhashhih areas are living descendants of Abraham. Not far from the synagogue are Kosher restaurants for those who want to become acquainted with traditional Jewish cuisine.
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  • Small enclave in the heart of the historic center of Rome, the ghetto maintains its appearance and its identity, including all proud. A good atmosphere and well worth a visit, maybe sampling some sweets or Roman Jewish dish.
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  • Portico d'ottavia was listed as Jewish ghetto and here remained for centuries. The visit in the narrow streets and little shops is interesting. In the side towards the Tiber the synagogue dominates the entrance and on the opposite side you exit towards p.zza Venezia. Worth eating Kosher in the many restaurants
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  • Waiters are not jews and not italians here, and the atmosphere is more modern. But the same dishes as in more real jewish restaurants are cheaper here. Good place.
  • Cheaper than many of the other restaurants in the Jewish district. For lunch, food was fairly good and staff friendly.
  • Worst place ever, never ever visit it. Food is not fresh, badly cooked. Overpriced.
  • It was OK food & service
  • 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!