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Campo del Ghetto

30121 Venice, Italy
+39 041 715359
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US$ 73.83*
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Private Walking Tour: Venice's Jewish Ghetto
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US$ 142.28*
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Jewish Ghetto and Cannaregio Food Tour with Dinner in Venice
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US$ 101.30*
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Traditional Home Cooking Experience in Venice
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30121 Venice, Italy
+39 041 715359
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We loved Campo del Ghetto and was part of our best day in Venice. Having spend a full day doing the heart of the tourist traps (San Marco etc) awe set out on a mission to walk all of Venice while avoiding anything and everything...More

Thank Lajetidreaming
Reviewed 6 days ago

The usage of the name 'getto' to designate Jewish quarters in European cities stated in the XIV century here at this place. History is reasonably well preserved, and there is still, although small, Jewish community here.

Thank rocmayer
Reviewed 1 week ago

We haven't been to Germany/Poland yet - so this was our first "hands on" experience being in Jewish quarters. The tour was informative and eye opening - especially in contrast to the decadent castles, palaces, churches that we visited prior. We have a deep respect...More

1  Thank WorldWonderWanderer
Reviewed 1 week ago

We wondered around this area and enjoyed the peaceful streets . We also came across delightful restaurants and lunch bars. In this area is Lucky Luca -email luckyluca6@hotmail.com-a lovely man giving authentic Gondola rides around the Gheto canals-he gives details on the area and buildings-he...More

Thank Meredith R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A well informed guide taking you through the ghetto and synagogues. A small museum but interesting. A lovely walk through the streets.

Thank TanjaTomlin
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just get your icecream and relax, enjoy the view, take some beautifull pictures, talk with locals, share cultures, a place to go.

Thank Lilas V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As we walked through the streets of the old Jewish ghetto, we viewed many remembrances of the troubled past of people here during WW2. There were plaques with the names of those who were taken away as well as the barbed wire to keep people...More

Thank Larry R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was one of the quieter places that I will always remember, probably for the little brass plaque outside of several front doors explaining that the occupants never returned. Please do the tour as it gives you much more information about the amazing history of...More

1  Thank DB7GT
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Jewish Ghetto, or Camp del Ghetto, is where the Jews were made to live beginning in 1516. There were true restrictions on Jewish rights and there were limits on where they could live even prior to 1516. To his credit, Bonaparte ended this terrible...More

2  Thank Outofdodge_10
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We booked the online Food walking tour and this was excellent. This area is very residential with excellent markets, resturants, wine bars and shops. Our walking tour with meals was brilliant with an excellent guide and delicious food. We learnt a lot of history on...More

Thank DDyer1234
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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Susan R
Is it really necessary to take guided tours or is it fine to just arrive and tour it by yourself?
30 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!
Susan R
How far is the ghetto from the center of Venice?
30 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
I would like to know how much it costs for the ghetto walking tour?
10 July 2015|
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Response from dragon789wv | Reviewed this property |
Sorry - we didn't take the guided tour. We walked around the area, went into the Museum, and then continued on our way in Venice Here's a website for self-walking tour: gpsmycity . com / tours / venice - ghetto - tour... More