Trastevere and Rome's Jewish Ghetto Half-Day Walking Tour
Reviewed by: eunland752, January 2015
This tour was cancelled due to a lack of participation. We travelled in December, which was in the low season.
Reviewed by: Alex M, December 2014
Reviewed by: Carol F W, December 2014
Our guide, with a Scandiavian name, was really very knowledgeable about every place on the tour. She was really an excellent guide. I certainly felt I got a good exposure to the Ghetto and Trastevere.
Reviewed by: Fionnuala F, United Kingdom, November 2014
An amazing tour. This was my second visit to Rome and this tour was the highlight. Jeanette our guide was fantastic. Her knowledge and passion for Rome was great. The restaurant she recommended at the end of the tour was beautiful!! I would recommend this tour to anyone!
Reviewed by: Monica S, October 2014
It Washington excelent!! Our guide was a true teacher
Reviewed by: David E, United Kingdom, October 2014
Excellent. Interesting mix of buildings and stories. She made the ghetto come alive, despite the majority not being Jewish, and Trastevere is somewhere that all visitors should go to, but with advice on where to go and how not to be ripped off. We went back two days later for another look. It's not the Roman fora or the Vatican or the Roman temples - it's where much more ordinary people lived and still live. The tour guide was really good. She even negotiated with the local umbrella salesman for a greatly reduced price when the rain fell!
Reviewed by: Oscar R, September 2014
Fantastic tour. Brings the Ghetto and life there into perspective. Also showed a totally different side of Rome in Trastevere. We had a great guide from Michigan who brought it all to life for us. Would recommend this to anyone. Wear comfortable shoes as there is lots of walking.