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Daily spend - Italy (in Euro)

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Trying to work out a rough idea of what I would need to budget daily in Italy. We will be there from the 29th September to 9th October. Accommodation has all already been paid for. Just need an estimate of what we'd need to spend each day: family of 4 = mom, dad, 3 & 8 yr old. We hope to have enough money for transport, entrance to museums and attractions, buying of small trinkets & postcards, food (looking at only having one sit down meal a day - nothing too high end, and this would not need to be every day).
Any estimations (however rough they may be) would be appreciated - just looking for an idea of where to start. Please advise in Euros - its far easier to convert to the South African Rand. Thanks!

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