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Help with Venice & Rome Itinerary

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Need your guys' help on two itineraries for Venice & Rome. I have the big things pre-booked, but I'm still missing things to do/see. I'd like to hit the "Must sees" and then just explore both cities.

We'll be in Venice for 3 nights starting in a few days:

Day 1 - Nothing planned (Arrive on this day in the early afternoon)
Day 2 - Secret Itineraries & St. Peter's Basilica
Day 3 - Nothing planned

We'll be in Rome in a week for 4 nights.

So far I have planned:

Day 1 - Nothing planned (We arrive on this day) - Suggestions?
Day 2 - Vatican Museum Tour
Day 3 - Colosseum Tour
Day 4 - Nothing planned

What should I couple with each day? Should I take any day trips to places outside of Rome or do I have most of the stuff covered? The Vatican and Colosseum shouldn't take more than part of the day I would assume.

Can you guys help me put together something?

As always, thank you! So far our trip has been solid and hoping to check out everything else soon!

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