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This is an unmissable private tour for those who want to learn about the early Jewish community of Rome, oldest Jewish community in Europe, dating back to 161 BC.
We’ll start with a visit to St. Peter in Chains Basilica that houses one of the greatest statues of Italian Renaissance: Michelangelo’s Moses. We’ll then drive you along the Ancient Appian Way, one of Rome’s oldest roads, out of the busy traffic, to visit the Jewish Catacombs, burial ground of the early Jewish community, and some more Ancient monuments that line the “Queen” of the Consular roads.

Itinerary: St. Peter in Chains Basilica (Michelangelo’s Moses), Old Appian way, Jewish Catacombs, Circus of Maxentius, Tomb of Cecilia Metella, Park of Ancient Roman Aqueducts.

Duration: approx. 3 hours;
Meeting point: clients’ hotel in Rome;
Meeting time: 9.00 AM, or 2.00 PM;
Private guide: included;
Radio whispers (for groups larger than 4 people): included;
Transportation (chauffeured limo, minibus or bus service): included;
Entrance fees with priority access: included.

The tour is private: for your party only!

No lines to get in to the sites!

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