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Ancient Roman sites

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My wife and I are planning a 12-day vacation to Italy in February, and we are interested in seeing as many ancient Roman sites as possible. I've been to Rome once before and have seen the most famous sites, but I'm wondering whether there are lesser known sites near Rome or Naples that anyone could recommend.

Our plan is:

First night in Milan
Two nights in Florence (day trip to Fiesole)
5 nights in Rome (day trips to Ostia and Tivoli)
3 nights near Naples (day trips to Pompeii and Herculaneum)

Also, we are looking for a hotel in Rome that has a historic feel, the older the better.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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