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Reservations for Augustus and Livia houses in Palatine Hill?

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We will be in Rome in October this year. On our last trip we spent a lot of time in the Roman Forum but had to rush through the Palatine Hill area because of a pre booked tour of the multiple levels of the Colusseum. This time around we would like to take time to really see the Palatine Hill ruins. I understand that you can tour the houses of Augustus and Livia, but can't find how/where to make reservations for this tour?

I went to the coop culture.it site and it lists the Palatine Hill as part of the combined ticket for the Col/Forum and it says you need a reservation to tour the houses, but that's about all I can find.

I'd appreciate it if anyone can point me in the right directions.

Thank you,

Cindy

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