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Colosseum/Palatine/Forum, the Borghese and the Roma Pass

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I am still confused about the Roma Pass. The site says it is 30 euros. We are presently scheduled to see the Colosseum/Palatine/Forum with a guide and she indicated the ticket price for those combined sites was 12 euros. When we told her we may also want to see the Borghese, she suggested we may want to buy the Roma Pass. However, the cost to enter the Borghese is 9.50 euros. If these are the only museums we plan to see, why would we buy the Roma Pass for 30 euros (more than 12 + 9.50)?

Assuming I am missing something, how can I reserve a time at the Borghese without paying so I can still use the Roma Pass?

Thanks so much.

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