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Rome: Pantheon and Jewish District Guided Tour

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Activity provider: QUO VADIS TOUR

Rome: Pantheon and Jewish District Guided Tour

Activity provider: QUO VADIS TOUR
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Explore Rome's deep history on this small-group tour. Visit the Pantheon, the most preserved remnant of Ancient Rome, and visit the Jewish district, a hidden gem rich in culture and heritage.

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Duration 2 hours
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  • See the most well-preserved monument of Ancient Rome, the epic Pantheon
  • Learn from your tour guide about the deep history behind the Jewish District
  • Take a small-group guided tour through the culture and history of Rome
  • Visit the tomb of the painter Raphael and see the resting place of past kings
  • Admire the theatre of Marcello and the famous square, Largo di Torre Argentina
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Journey through Rome’s past on this guided small-group tour of the Pantheon of Agrippthe and the Jewish Ghetto. Admire the famous hole in the Pantheon’s dome and visit Raphael's tomb. Walk through the ruins of the Jewish Ghetto and learn about its history.

Your tour will begin at the Pantheon, but before entering your expert guide will detail its construction and explain the history of the epic columns, brought over from Egypt.

Once you’ve entered, admire the craftsmanship and skill that went into the building. Especially the oculus: a large central opening with a diameter of 8.8 meters, the only source of natural light in the building apart from the entry.

You’ll explore the chapels and see the works of art they house. Learn about the Pantheon’s role as the seat of the Academy of Virtuosi in Rome and as the tomb of great Italians, such as Raphael of Urbino, the king Vittorio Emanuele II, and more.

After the Pantheon, the tour will continue onto the streets of Rome, where you will admire the theatre of Marcello and Largo di Torre Argentina. 

Finally, the tour will finish at the Jewish Ghetto, known for its atmospheric beauty and tragic history. 

  • Expert guide
  • Headset
  • Tips
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • Masks are required while indoors

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Très beau monument. Malgré l'heure matinale, nous avons passé un trés bon moment avec Lucia qui a su nous en conter l'histoire et l'importance. Comme nous avions déjà visité le quartier juif auparavant, elle nous a emmenés sur la place Navona dont elle nous a raconter l'historique. Un grand merci à elle pour cet agréable moment

May 22, 2022


Hyper informative The visit would not have had the same meaning without a guide, I highly recommend

March 29, 2022

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