A private walking tour that takes a fascinating look inside the rich Jewish history of Venice.
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The center of Jewish tradition in Venice, the Ghetto is home to the Jewish Museum, synagogues, bakeries, and an ancient cemetery. For more than two centuries, however, beginning in 1516, the Jews were kept prisoners in this area. The only means of living available to them include money lending, merchandizing, selling rags, and the odd medical job.
How to get there
By ACTV: 1 and 82 to San Marcuola, 41, 42, 51 and 52 to Ponte delle Guglie