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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
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Reviewed 2 days ago

You need to know how the area was created since it's open now The ghetto was created by closing barriers so the inhabitants could not get out at night! The buildings are taller than most in the area because it was the only way to...More

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank Lidia E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Attached to the museum was one of the synagogues used by the Jewish community. A person who was on staff at the synagogue was extremely knowledgeable and spoke with us at length about the different Jewish communities who immigrated into Venice.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank radtrip1950
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its easy to see how closed off this area must have felt to those living in the Jewish quarter of Venice. With gates to the bridges closed in the evening. Its such an interesting area, and visiting the synagogues is a must (part of a...More

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank howiexplores
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is a small trek to this area of Venice but worth it for the peace, some wonderful works of art and this haunting location. It is steeped in a sad history but fascinating nonetheless. The Holocaust memorial is very dignified and arresting.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank CarmelofDublin
Reviewed 26 August 2019 via mobile

We came for one day to venice. It was important for us to see the Jewish gehtto. We walked from the train station enjoyed visiting the small streets but climbing the bridge needed help. The visit in the ghetto was amazing, like going back to...More

Date of experience: August 2019
1  Thank arina1836
Reviewed 11 August 2019 via mobile

I did not understand how tiny the area is! Definitely do the tour from the museum. It is how you get to see inside the synagogues and get a historical context (won’t say the tour guide was good but would not have been valuable to...More

Date of experience: August 2019
1  Thank 202joannaw
Reviewed 3 August 2019

I regret not taking the guided tour of the Jewish Ghetto where I would have learned a lot about the different structures, nuances & history. Instead I walked around. So with that said, I think the guide is beneficial for this epic historical site. I'm...More

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank Kimberly S
Reviewed 21 July 2019

Peaceful and time to reflect. Quiet little ghetto now, with a long history, started in 1516. We walked around on our own and had a drink at a little cafe. There is a museum there that shows the hidden synagogues that were in the apartments....More

Date of experience: June 2019
1  Thank riffraff19
Reviewed 20 July 2019

We spent a couple of hours wandering around the area. It was quiet and peaceful and obviously you are thinking of how it must have been when it became the first ghetto in the 15th century. We enjoyed meandering through the alleyways and along the...More

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Suzanne C
Reviewed 9 July 2019

This is a most charming neighborhood. Tours are offered with explanations of the history of the ghetto (the first ghetto in the world where Jews were locked up by the Venetians). Lovely Judaica made by artisans on offer in shops. Two kosher restaurants, a kosher...More

Date of experience: July 2019
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20 August 2019|
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Response from Carlos B | Reviewed this property |
Well, the wayI see it, the área of the Jewish ghetto is actually so small, you don`t really need joining a tour. Asking around the locals will provide you all the guidance you may need. Still, keep in mind the Shabbat, ok... More
5 June 2019|
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Response from copenbeverly3870 | Reviewed this property |
It was a tour company that we found online, and said we want a simple, custom tour. That's what happened! Best I can do.