It is interesting to see the Jewish Museum. You can learn about the history of their entire Jewish nation and the connection between Europe. There are many damn Jewish, very old appliances in the exhibition hall, and the Jews have some very standard living requirements.
The Roman Jewish Museum is the Jewish history of the Roman Empire, from the early Republic to the late Empire, with the reconstruction of archaeological achievements as an exhibition. You can see the 3D model of ancient Rome, the relief plaster on both sides of the corridor.
The synagogue is now a museum. It provides some good exhibitions about the history of the Jews in Rome. Note the Nazi sealing wax on the inside of the synagogue gate. The entrance fee is eight euros. The Jewish community here existed in the middle of the sixteenth century, but Modern history is indeed inseparable from the Nazis.
The Jewish Museum of Rome is the Jewish history of the Roman Empire. From the early republic to the late empire, the reconstruction of archaeological achievements is the exhibition. You can see a 3D model of ancient Rome, and there are about 125 relief plasters on both sides of the promenade, but the museum is only open from 9 am to 2 pm.
You can relax today. In the morning, you will have an island tour, visit the ancient synagogue The Griba and pottery workshops, and then go to the Houmt Souk market for shopping. Friends who are interested in shopping may find fun here, because this open-air market sells Various items, including souvenirs that tourists like. There are also cafes around the market, where you can relax and enjoy a good time in an environment where coffee is fragrant. Free activities in the afternoon and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the island.