We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Review Highlights

A good insight to life 100's of years ago - only €5 entry fee for a guided tour of about 20 mins... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2018
Barcelona, Spain
one of a kind

It's amazing this place has survived, and was "rediscovered" intact. Worth the fee and the steps... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2018
New York City, New York
Read all 120 reviews
All photos (13)
Full view
Certificate of Excellence
Traveler Overview
  • Excellent48%
  • Very good27%
  • Average13%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible10%
Travelers talk about
Local Weather
Powered by Weather Underground
Via Aragona 52 | Residenza Alla Giudecca Siracusa, 96100, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy
+39 0931 22255
Reviews (120)
Filter reviews
53 results
Traveler rating
Traveler type
Time of year
More languages
Show reviews that mention
All reviewsjewish communitynatural springthe hotel staffancient bathsguided tourworth a visitjewsgiudeccarediscoveredpumpsiteeuroortigiastone
Updating list...
1 - 10 of 53 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

While the history of the ancient Jewish baths is relatively interesting, the visit itself is underwhelming and should take no longer than 5 minutes. The guide (who was the shop manager) was very well informed and spoke excellent English, making the trip slightly more worthwhile,...More

Thank El_Sueno
Reviewed 2 July 2018

A good insight to life 100's of years ago - only €5 entry fee for a guided tour of about 20 mins. Shame we could not take photos.

Thank LongIdler
Reviewed 27 June 2018

It's amazing this place has survived, and was "rediscovered" intact. Worth the fee and the steps to get down, just be careful as slippery. Highly recommend.

Thank temashana
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

Worth a visit. Its a miracle this place has survived and the luck of someone taking the time and effort (and money) to excavate. A real life glimpse into history. I wish they allowed photos but was happy to purchase the book.

Thank ellen5181
Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

We like to visit the old Jewish areas of towns and very much wanted to visit this mikvah. We arrived well before the closing time listed on the hotel’s webpage—the mikvah is beneath a hotel—but the tour guide was closing and wouldn’t give us a...More

1  Thank E S
Reviewed 28 April 2018 via mobile

We learned about this unusual site from our guide and were so glad we were able to see it. Ancient baths (mikvah) were carved out of rock where a natural spring had been discovered.. hidden and only recently discovered. I highly recommend a visit.

1  Thank Ellen-On-The-Beach
Reviewed 27 April 2018

Apologies, my first review was actually on the hotel Alla Guidecca page. My husband and I visited this Mikvah in mid April. Ohter than a family of French, with their two boys, we were the only visitors. The Mitvak is amazing and the tour -...More

1  Thank BellaAMalfi
Reviewed 27 February 2018

I was very disappointed that although my Michelin green guide, in English, said that the Mikvah was open until 5 p.m. during winter months, when I arrived around 2, I was summarily dismissed and told that it was open only in the morning. The man...More

1  Thank CaroleNWashingtonDC
Reviewed 19 November 2017

I was very impressed by the way the owner discovered the hidden treasure of the Mikvah beneath her property and what she did to restore it to its current state. This was fascinating. Worth going to see and learn. I bought the book to learn...More

Thank Debbie G
Reviewed 16 October 2017

This is a Jewish ritual bath that was hand-carved underground 2000 years ago and used until the Jews hid it in the 1400s before they were forced out during the Inquisition. Supposely the largest (has 5 individual baths) and oldest in Europe. It was accidentally...More

1  Thank ejr5
View more reviews
Questions & Answers
Get quick answers from Casa Bianca Mikvah staff and past visitors.
Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page.
Posting guidelines