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Campo del Ghetto

30121 Venice, Italy
+39 041 715359
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Private Walking Tour: Venice's Jewish Ghetto
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Dating back to the 16th-century, this is the oldest Jewish Ghetto in the world with its five synagogues, which are the oldest still existing.
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30121 Venice, Italy
Cannaregio
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and explained the history of Jewish people in Venice and the development of the ghetto which was fascinating. We had a tour around 3 synagogues, 2 of which are situated in the same building. There was a small fee...More

Thank kittyhola
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Jewish Ghetto is walking distance from S. Lucia train station, in a quiet part of the Cannaregio neighborhood. Security personnel were evident in the area. Around the central square are the buildings of the ghetto and the Jewish Museum (Museo Ebraico di Venezia). Hidden...More

Thank TravelFan48105
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Jewish Museum in the Jewish Ghetto of Venice is filled with treasures from the 1600s when the Jewish population of Venice was flourishing. The Jewish Museum has an entrance fee and you can take a guided tour of 3 of the synagogues only through...More

Thank swtravelmom
Reviewed 1 week ago

The word ghetto comes from here; so much heritage in a few square blocks. Great kosher food. Highly recommend taking the museum's tour through several synagogues with background on the history and people. All ages!

1  Thank rjaffelieb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After a tv programme that featured this area we wanted to visit this quieter area of Venice. Even in high season (July) it wasn't too busy. We were surprised that once you get away from St Marks Square the crowds seem to disappear. In the...More

1  Thank M.C.Rose
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Really charming little walk ways , with the most beautiful buildings with character and little bridges just lovely to find interesting places to see and you can photograph and lovely relaxing walks.

1  Thank chirpybird600
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interesting to see how there are so many ghettos for Jews in Italy. You have to wonder how a people can be treated as such pariahs. Don't forget to see the Holocaust memorial there.

Thank aeiusa
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Jewish Ghetto is located in Cannaregio, it is the area were Jews during the 16th to 19th centuries were forced to live. We have discovered Campo del Ghetto Nuovo only because we are visiting the Jewish Museum, Museo Ebraico di Venezia which sits right...More

Thank kpiddy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We enjoyed strolling through the Jewish ghetto. It's off the main commercial path so we enjoyed the peace and quiet it offered. An interesting history to read up on. Discovered a tasty Gelateria. Several Kosher restaurants and bakeries. Take a break in the neighborhood.

Thank Symmes72
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Why are people in debt said to have gone into the red? One theory is that the saying comes from Banco Rosso, the world's first pawn shop, located in the Jewish Ghetto in Venice. One of the roles of the Jewish community was to provide...More

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Cannaregio
Cannaregio is the second largest sestiere (district)
with its busy Santa Lucia train station. Many
transplanted Venetians commute from the outlying
areas, “terra firma” to the locals, which is shorthand
for any place that is not Venice. Two Grand Canal
bridges serve Cannaregio, the newest (Constitution,
2008) still a local hotbed of controversy. Ponte degli
Scalzi is a busy link to the train station. Nearby
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npollak1
18 June 2017|
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Response from mendi62 | Reviewed this property |
Just visiting the inner campo and view the free and public monuments- about half an hour - one hour (when museum and Synagogues are closed). Adding the museum and synagogues will add an additional 2 hours. Add time to... More
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Susan R
29 April 2017|
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Response from 120Roxana | Reviewed this property |
Go there by yourself. In this way you will have iall the time you need to enjoy the trip and to see all what you are interesed in. If you have a good guidebook it will be enough!
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Susan R
29 April 2017|
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Response from 120Roxana | Reviewed this property |
I recomend a walk (half an hour from San Marco), but you can reach there with the vaporetto too. More interesting is from Piazzale Roma a walk through Canaregio which is very pitorescque and a little different from the rest... More
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