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Calling ALL who've visited Italy; we need your help!

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My husband and I are desperately trying to plan a holiday to Italy to celebrate our first wedding anniversary! Problem is we only have three weeks to get our itinerary together before we jet off and have little to no clue about the BEST things to see and do.

We fly in and out of Rome and are going to be there for a little over two weeks. We have a small budget; approximately $2,000-$2,500 AUD a week (to include ALL expenses; apart from flights of course).

Please help us out by giving us your feedback for each of the following headings:

Top destinations?

Unmissable sights?

Best FREE things to see/do?

Favourite Restaurants/Food/Wine?

Best budget accommodation?

We're also keen to know; if you could change one thing about your own Italian experience, what would it be and why?

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