The Jewish Ghetto, aka The Roman Ghetto, is a remarkable place that will offer a great many photo opportunities. Tucked away, though in close proximity of Campo de' Fiori, this neibourhood is very rich in history and diversity.
We'll go in search of all the little hidden treasures of this beautiful off-the-beaten-track quarter, at a slow leisurely place.
The community was first established back in 1555 and originally was a very poor and crowded area. Over the years the neighbourhood knew wealth and prosperity. The quarter is now thriving with local Jewish restaurants.
This location is suitable for all skill levels and all digital cameras, preferably with zoom lenses.
Generally speaking, when it best suits you. Bear in mind that the market of Campo de' Fiori is in close proximity and you may be interested to pay a visit. In this case mornings are best.
Zoom lenses will give you the greatest flexibility on this tour. So consider a 24-105mm and a 16-35mm or similar.
A tripod may be cumbersome to setup, though not impossible. Be aware that the Roman Ghetto is under constant surveillance.
At each and every location, you may wish to have a full, in-depth commentary from our tour guide and leader of the walk.
Piazza Margana, the Turtle Fountain, Via Del Tempio are some of the attractions we will be capturing. As extras, it is also possibile to arrange a visit at The Great Synagoge, the Teatro Marcello or the Jewish Museum.