Experience the Ghetto and Trastevere to discover stories about the most ancient Jewish population in Europe. Meet your expert guide in front of the Pantheon. Visit a coffee roaster that has been in business since 1938. Enjoy an espresso just how the Romans like it! Arrive at the Portico d'Ottavia to taste ‘The Jewish style Artichoke’ a crispy fried artichoke. See the oldest Jewish bakery in the ghetto. Five generations of baking original sweet and savoury kosher flavors. Pay homage to the 'Stumbling Stones' - that are memorials to the Jews who were arrested during the Nazi occupation of Rome. Continue toward the Pons Cestius, the oldest bridge over the Tiber. Arrive in the picturesque and quaint district of Trastevere. Pass by Santa Cecilia. Continue a you walk along cobblestoned streets and alleyways to reach Piazza Santa Maria the heart of the district, a great place to witness every day life. Enjoy a local street food stop to taste true Roman pasta – Choose between Cacio e Pepe, Carbonara or Arabbiata. Head toward Piazza Trilussa for a taste of 'Suppli' a delicious rice ball accompanied with a glass of local wine at Pizza guru Stefano Callegari’s location called Trapizzino. See remains of Ancient Rome below this location. You may decide to walk back to the city centre over Ponte Sixtus Bridge or head back in to Trastevere to continue exploring.
I am a local Travel Specialist and write of tailor made food and wine vacations in Italy. Together with my business partner Alberto Bassilichi and our team of local guides we organize off the beaten path fun and informative experiences that will enriched your travels to the Eternal City. Our Tour guides Ruggero, Eleanora and Benedetto area all born in Rome and have specialized experiences in the city where they grew up. Their families would shop at the market places of Trastevere and enjoy lunch in the Jewish Ghetto. There love and passion for their city is transmitted during these walks
1- Jewish fried artichoke 2- Jewish cake when the bakery is open 3 - Fresh hand made pasta 4 - Suppli - fried rice ball 5…
This experience will cover the Jewish Ghetto where you will visit the District of Sant Angelo, see the Synagogue and Museum. Taste local kosher specialities in the Ghetto. Continue to Trastevere see the church of Santa Cecilia, Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere and the Basilica. Taste local street food including pasta, supplies and wine. Arrive in Piazza Trilussa and cross the Ponte Sixtus bridge
最多可有10位年满3周岁的参与者参加。家长也可携带2岁以下的儿童参加。 Our entire walk will cover 3km of uneven cobblestone streets. Ideally comfortable walking shoes will be appropriate. The tour will be for 3 hours and we will have only one sit down stop.
Trastevere and Ghetto Bites and Sites