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7 Days in Rome (July 13th to July 19th) - Itinerary Planning

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I'm trying to plan seven days in Rome for my wife and I (26 &26). I want to maximize time while minimizing costs (thus maximizing the use of rail passes, cheap days for ticketing... etc).

July 13th: Arriving in to FCO at 5:45 PM and traveling to our rented apartment near Navona Square. Don't plan to do much this day other than possible walking to find a dinner restaurant.

Saturday July 14th-Wednesday July 18th: Free.

July 19th: Need to be to FCO for a 1:35 flight home..

All of the classic tourist sites in Rome are on our list (don't expect to spend too long in Museums). I taught Roman history for several years and am interested in the classic historical sites. Would also like to find a good day trip to someplace more laid back than Rome.

I'm comfortable enough with doing everything on my own so save money on tour fees and the sorts but know I'll need to plan extensively in order to maximize our time.

Where do I start?

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