Jewish Tuscany

There was a significant presence of Jews in Tuscany during the Middle Ages and after the expulsion from Spain many others came to the area. In the middle of the 16th century many communities in Tuscany were forced to live in ghettos. Today most of the impressive synagogues can be visited and in certain cities you can see the remains of ghettos and ancient cemeteries. Today’s Jewish Sefaradic, Ashchenaz and Italian life can be seen in Tuscany. We will plan the ideal route for you according to your interest and provide many insider tips to make your trip as efficient and enjoyable as possible. (We direct you to shorten rouds in order to save  valuable time, we suggest what when and where to see, entry costs to sites, opening hours and so on)

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