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Experience hosted by Angela

2.5 hours
Includes food
Up to 10 people
Hosted in English

What you'll do

I will meet you at the bottom of the steps to the Capitoline Hill or Campidoglio. We will begin by walking up the gentle slope to Piazza del Campidoglio to see the marvelous square that was designed by Michelangelo, home to the famous Capitoline Museums.
Our next stop is the Theater of Marcellus dating all the way back to 12BC, and now home to a few lucky citizens who live in the apartments above the theater. Just a few steps away we find Porticus Octaviae, built by emperor Augustus in honor of his sister Octavia. It was the home to Rome’s fish market from the 15th to early 20th century.
The oldest Jewish Ghetto, constructed in 1555, the Jewish community thrived inside developing business trade, a unique and wonderful cuisine and even their own dialect of Italian. The Great Synagogue is a place of prayer and a vital cultural center for the Jewish community of Rome.
As we walk, I will point out some of the best places to have a meal and even stop for a taste of traditional Kosher gelato. Next, it’s a short walk to the magnificent Turtle Fountain where you will discover how it was famously constructed in just one day.
Finally, we head to Tiber Island which was used by the ancient Romans as a hospital with the river helping them as a natural barrier aiding to stop the spread of disease. This is a great place for a stunning view of the river and beautiful photo opportunities.
I will meet you at the bottom of the steps to the Capitoline Hill or Campidoglio. We will begin by walking up the gentle slope to Piazza del Campidoglio to see the marvelous square that was designed by Michelangelo, home to the famous Capitoline Museums.
Our next stop is the Theater of Marcellus dating all the way back to 12BC, and now home to a few lucky citizens who live in the apartments above the theater. Just a few steps away we find P…

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What's included

  • Food
    Traditional Kosher Gelato
From $29
/ person
Tue, Apr 20
$36 per person
$36 per person
Wed, Apr 21
$48 per person
$48 per person
Wed, Apr 21
$36 per person
$36 per person

Meet your host, Angela

Host on Airbnb since 2020
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Hi! I’m Angela! I have a background in Art History and Fine Arts, and I love to share my passion for all things Rome. I am a dual American and Italian citizen who moved to Rome to be surrounded by the art, culture, and people of Italy, and to share my passion with people who visit and help them fall in love with Rome just like I did.

With an in-depth knowledge of the Eternal City with all of it’s beautiful cobbled streets, and off-the-beaten-path secrets, I will ensure that your experience in Rome is a wonderful one, and that you will leave your vacation feeling like you’ve made a true friend.

Along with my English speaking, officially licensed co-hosts, we will be sure to make all of your experiences worry free by handling your reservations and offering you vacation planning help for your time in Italy.
Hi! I’m Angela! I have a background in Art History and Fine Arts, and I love to share my passion for all things Rome. I am a dual American and Italian citizen who moved to Rome to be surrounded by the art, culture, and people of Italy, and to share my passion with people who visit and help them fall in love with Rome just like I did.

With an in-depth knowledge of the Eternal City with all of it’s beautiful cobbled streets, and off-the-beaten-path secrets, I will ensure that your…
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Where you'll be

This experience has us walking into one of the lesser visited neighborhoods in Rome. From the hidden beauty of the Campidoglio to the oldest Jewish Ghetto in history, you will see ancient ruins as well as a traditional community functioning in a modern age. Sites such as the Theater of Marcellus, the Turtle Fountain, Porticus Octaviae and the Great Synagogue will enchant and enthrall you as you walk the local cobblestone streets of the Ghetto.

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Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests of all ages can attend.

What to bring

Bottle of Water - especially in the warm summer months.

Good Walking Shoes - roads in Rome are full of cobblestones, be sure to wear comfortable footwear