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סיור יהודי

 Rome Jewish tour 


ינון דותן- סיורים ברומא

whit Inon Dotan

The Jewish tour in Rome. The ghetto, the Great Synagogue, the Jewish Museum and the Trastevere neighborhood with its hidden treasures.

A Jewish tour of Rome and Trastevere is a spectacular journey that will take you to the world of culture and a hundreds years of history of the Jewish community in the heart of Rome.

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The journey begins in the area of the Jewish ghetto established in 1555, with a visit to the Great Synagogue and the fascinating Jewish Museum which includes collections, Judaica and original Jewish art.

The tour will continue to the Tiber Island, where you will discover a special hospital and the spectacular river view.

We will continue across the river to the Trastevere neighborhood, where the unique daily life of a Jewish community in Rome took place, including an ancient synagogue and a hidden mikva, which keeps fascinating secrets from old times.

We will walk through the picturesque alleys of the Trastevere  known for its restaurants, pubs and magical atmosphere. We will visit a beautiful church decorated with gold mosaics, one of the oldest churches in Rome.

The Jewish tour is a unique experience, giving a special and refreshing look at the daily life and history of the Jewish community in Rome and getting to know the colorful Trastevere neighborhood.

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About the tour guide - Inon Dotan.
Inon is an Israeli Jew and an experienced tour guide.  In each of his tours, he especially emphasizes the Jewish identity, the Jewish people and the State of Israel. All his tours are possible in English.  Inon is one of the most popular guides in Rome among Israeli tourists.

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Contact us and we will be happy to speak with you directly.

e-mail: dotanvatican@gmail

The tour is in Hebrew or English.
Suitable for all ages.
The tour is about 3 hours.
Tour prices €45  per adult, €35 for children aged 6-15.
The price does not include the cost of tickets to the synagogue and the Jewish museum.


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