We will start in Campo de’ Fiori, the oldest market in town, where in the morning you can enjoy the colors and the fragrance of the fruits and vegetables sold there.

Our steps will move to Piazza Farnese and Piazza Capo di Ferro, both characterized by imposing Palaces, famous for their architectural designs and the paintings decorating the immense halls.

From Campo de’ Fiori we will move to the Ghetto area.

Ghetto is a term referring to an enclosed area where Jewish people have been confined for almost 330 years from 1555 to 1882.

Rome Tour will introduce you to the history of this place and will tell you about the transformation of the area from the XIX c. to nowadays.


On Saturday, the Museum and Synagogue are closed.

The walking tour lasts 3 hours and here’s what you will see: