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Unknown and Traditional Venice: The Jewish Ghetto
We are a group of tourist guides, accredited in Venice and Madrid, with extensive experience in the city, both historically and culturally, as well as in leisure and gastronomy. We will be delighted if you visit Venice or Madrid with us.
In this tour we are going to visit the most unknown part of Venice, inaccessible to tourists, but if possible, more beautiful than the one that everyone knows. The tour consists of two parts, the first will pass through the Jewish quarter, considered the oldest ghetto in the world, we will walk through its narrow streets where Koscher food restaurants, Jewish-themed bookstores and craft shops with Hebrew motifs abound. We will pass through its five synagogues, the Hebrew Museum and the Banco Rosso, the oldest in the world. In the second part of the tour we will enter the Mercy Quarter, the oldest in the city, and the place where the few Venetians who still inhabit Venice live, here we will discover what the daily life of the Venetians is like and we will go through some places of interest such as the enigmatic Church of Santa María del Huerto, the curious Campo de los Morí or the beautiful Church of the Jesuits. We will also discover on this tour how Venice is built and how it was founded in the 5th century. Information on recommended restaurants or places to visit will not be lacking on the tour.
*IMPORTANT: Groups of more than 6 people are not allowed, EVEN IF THEY COME WITH DIFFERENT RESERVATIONS, the guide may refuse the admission of these groups on the tour. For groups of more than 6 we have private tours of 150 that can be contracted directly with the guide.
Meeting point:Campo San Geremia, 272, 30121 Venezia...Campo San Geremia, 272, 30121 Venezia VE, Italy
You will find us in the Campo de San Geremia, next to the Church of San Geremías. You will recognize our guides because they carry a RED UMBRELLA and an official tourist guide accreditation.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).