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Italy in the end of April.

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We are going to Italy for 12 days in the end of April. We fly into Florence and meet the in-laws and two other couples there. After a one night stay we go just outside of Sienna for a week at a home we rented. After the week my wife and I go to Rome for 3 days.

We have been tasked to plan a day around the house. So far we have a bike ride from Montepulciano and a wine tasting in True Rita. What day trip can we plan? I was thinking of a coastal town?

Also I have read to stay in the city center in Rome. I would like to spend around $150 to $200 a night. Any suggestions? I would also like to take my wife on a nice romantic dinner one of the nights?

What do we HAVE to see in Rome in 3 days? If we are not of the catholic religion should we still go to The Vatican and surrounding areas?

This is our first time to Europe and we are really excited. We are celebrating my wife's 40th so I want to make it the best trip I can.

Thank you all ahead of time for your help.

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