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Buying Borghese Gallery tickets last minute?

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Hi fellow Fodorites!

I'll be in Rome at the end of November for 3 nights (so 2.5 days for sightseeing). I was originally planning to buy my Borghese gallery tickets on line when the time slot opened.

However, I'm wondering if I can have my hotel call and make reservations for me once I'm in Rome, in the morning of the day I want to visit. I first thought of booking it for the early afternoon upon arrival in Rome but if my flight is delayed then that could possibly mess up the timing/schedule.

I know that the time slots are 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm. Is it typical that all time slots are 100% filled?

Thanks!

Monica ((F))

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