Explore two of Rome’s historic neighborhoods on a walking than spans both banks of the River Tiber. Learn about Rome’s Jewish history and heritage as you stroll through the Jewish District, one of the oldest in Europe. Then, cross the river at Tiber Island to discover the atmospheric Trastevere district, where highlights include the Basilica of Santa Maria, the Church of Santa Cecilia, and Piazza Trilussa.
Guided walking tour in two historic Rome neighborhoods
See the Synagogue of Rome in the old Jewish District
Plenty of photo ops in the picturesque Trastevere district
Receive tips and recommendations from a local guide
Departure & Return
Palazzo Origo, Via di Torre Argentina, 21, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Piazza Campo de' Fiori, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
What To Expect
Largo di Torre Argentina
This fascinating walking tour will take you from the Largo di Torre
Argentina, where Julius Caesar was assassinated.
You will explore the cobbled streets of the oldest Jewish settlement
in Europe, once known as the ‘enclosure of the Jews’, learning about the
area’s tumultuous past and witnessing its bustling present. Before going
across the river you will see the Synagogue of Rome, a striking structure
with an eclectic architectural style.
Crossing the boat-shaped Tiber Island, once home to an array of
temples in Ancient times, you will be able to soak in the atmosphere of
the charming Trastevere, wandering through its picturesque streets. An
enchanting area of central Rome, Trastevere is frequented by locals,
students and artists alike. Here you will also find the Basilica of Santa
Maria in Trastevere, one of Rome’s oldest churches, with its eye-catching
façade, decorated with a golden mosaic.