Centred on lively Via Portico d’Ottavia, the Jewish Ghetto is a wonderfully atmospheric area studded with artisans’ studios, vintage...
Museo Ebraico di Roma
The historical, cultural and artistic heritage of Rome’s Jewish community is chronicled in this small but engrossing museum. Housed in...
Area Archeologica del Teatro di Marcello e del Portico d’Ottavia
To the east of the Jewish Ghetto, the Teatro di Marcello is the star turn of this dusty archaeological area. This 20,000-seat...
For a taste of typical Ghetto cooking, try Nonna Betta, a small tunnel of a trattoria serving traditional kosher food and local staples...
Via del Portico d’Ottavia 20 · interesting places nearby
La Dolceroma information
Bringing the sweet taste of Vienna (and the US) to the Jewish Ghetto, this well-known bakery specialises in delicious strudel and Sachertorte, as well as rye breads, pastries, cookies, cheesecake and chocolate-fudge brownies. Everything’s made on the premises.