1. Rome: Trastevere and Roman Ghetto Guided Walking Tour
The tour will start at piazza Trilussa, in the heart of Trastevere district. This charming square is dedicated to Carlo Alberto Salustri, the great Roman satirical poet, better known as Trilussa. From there you will take a walk with your guide to explore the charming streets of Trastevere, stopping by the 12th century Basilica of Santa Maria. Then cross the river to admire a true Renaissance jewel - the Palazzo Farnese, the facade of the building is home to a monumental work by French artist JR. After that head to Campo de' Fiori, this piazza has been part of the long history of the capital and has appeared in the scenes of many films. Next up is the Jewish Ghetto, in the heart of it the Great Synagogue of Rome. Rome is home to one of the oldest Jewish communities in Europe and by the church of Sant'Angelo in Foro Piscium your guide will talk about the terrible deportation of the Jews during the Second World War. From the Ghetto go to the Theater of Marcellus - an ancient Roman theater dedicated to the memory of Marcellus, grandson of the emperor Augustus in 13 BC.