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Roma Pass....

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Someone else posted this question on another blog, and I thought it was a great question for a new blog......I too will be in Rome for that length of time, however, I will be with a small child who will be in a stroller, are the trains, "stroller friendly".....???

Thanks for your help!!



"Would someone please tell me how much the Roma Pass is and if we are only in Rome for 2 and 1/2 days would it be worth buying. I am new to Fodors and remember reading it included admission to 2 "ruins" and all public transport in Rome. That seems like it would make it worth it if admission to the Coloseum is 10 E. Thanks for imput."

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