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  • Availability: All year round
  • Days of operation: Everyday
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Departure: On request

Rome for Kids – The Jewish Ghetto:

Explore the diverse cultural heritage of Ancient Rome, once ruled by Emperors with countless tales to be shared about this mythical city. And what better way to learn than through the tailor-made treasure hunt with the expert support of children-friendly guides.

Kids will love to learn about the Hebrew cultures of the sights while exploring the city under the direction of their clues! This is no ordinary tour; this is a true hunt for treasure!

Tour Description and Highlights:

Mattei Square& Piazza delle Cinque Scole

Piazza Mattei is one of the most elegant spaces in Rome with a mythical legend that precedes it, and one that is hidden within the numerous clues that lie around the square – from the lion in a wall to the secret clock. Discover timeless artefacts of Renaissance artand introduce the children to new interests in this incredibly fun hunt for the details!

Portico D’Ottavia & Teatro Marcello

Rome has many hidden secrets, which both adults and children will love to learn, and few are more curious than the ancient fish stone. If you were to arrive at night, you would see just one part of the portico illuminated – can anyone guess as to why….??

The Synagogue

This is the very symbol of the Jewish Ghetto and includes all manner of ornaments and clues to help your guide tell the full story of Jewish culture in Ancient Rome. From learning the heritage of Kosher cooking to uncovering how the bible rules still dictate the way in which food is prepared, this will be an eye-opening experience for any young-mind, no matter where their interests lie.

Tiber Island

The last stop on tour, and perhaps the most surprise-filled (is that even possible?!?). First, try to spot the Dragon on the Ponte Rotto, then see if you can work out who the lady is on the Ponte Fabricio. Now, it is time to test your mind again – why do you think that Tiber Island is shaped like a ship? The story has it that the worldwide symbol for medicine hails from this very spot, from a famous legend said to be steeped in actual history.

The facts your family learn will be retold over and over, which is just another reason to take this tour and uncover the magical mysteries of an undiscovered Ancient Rome.

What’s included in the tour:

– Professional, English-speaking guide
– A Fantastic Book with lots of pictures and information and clues for the treasure hunt

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