Join the tour into the heart of the ancient Roman civilization through Jewish perspectives. We will take you through the largest Amphitheatre in the world, the Colosseum, the arches of Constantine and Titus with some Jewish inscriptions as well as the Roman Forum.
Visit the large Colosseum known to be funded by the Jewish spoilt taken from the Jewish Temple during the Great Jewish Revolt in the 70 A.D. Explore the well-preserved ruins of the Roman Forum such as the Temples, basilicas, pools, marketplace, roads and streets of ancient Rome. Finally, we will tour the Church of St. Peter’s in Chains to see the famous marble Statue of Moses by Michelangelo
Visit the largest Amphitheatre in the world, the Colosseum. Built in the 72 A. D and was funded from the spoils of the Jewish Temple during the Great Jewish Revolt. Learn how the Colosseum was built.
Visit one of the most important Roman governmental ruins which functioned as both a venue for triumphal processions and elections as well as for criminal trials and gladiatorial matches. Explore the well-preserved arch of Titus with a very detailed inscription pictogram of the victory and parade of Titus’s victory, depicting the plundered spoils of Judea – the menorah, the showbread table and trumpets
Take an exploration of the magnificently handcrafted marble statue of Moses by Michelangelo in the Church of St. Peter’s in Chains. It is known in the past, the Jews of Rome would come daily to visit and adore the Statue. Behind the statue, is the St. Peter’s Chains stored beneath the altar.
If you liked this tour of Jewish Rome try also Small group tour of Vatican Museum and St. Peter's Church by jewish perspective, or the Sightseeing tour in Rome by night on board a private car!
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and clothes.
This tour departs with a minimum of 4 participants (max 8).