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Rome Itinerary Critique

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Hi all- I was hoping if anyone had a free moment to critique my Rome itinerary. I'd like to know if I have packed too many things into each day. My husband and I have never been to Rome and we plan on going from morning to dinner each day (we'll see what happens once we are there)Are there things I should drop/add? Thank you for your time.

Friday, April 26
Arrive at airport from US @ 0930
Check into hotel- Stay awake!
Noon: Pantheon (open until 1830)Free
1300- Trastevere district:
Villa Farnesina (open until 1400) 5€ Tickets:__
Santa Cecilia Church Trastrevere(open until 1830) Free or 2.50€ donation
Bocca della verita
Santa Maria Church Trastrevere (open until 2000) Free?

Saturday, April 27
0700-St. Peter’s Basillica Free Entrance
0800-Climb the dome of St. Peters 7€ Tickets:__
0900/1000-Vatican Museums 15€ Tickets:__
To Hotel Freshen up
Dinner around 1900 or 2000

Sunday, April 28
Santa Maria degli Angeli (0700-1930) Free
Santa Maria Della Vittoria (0900-Noon) Free
Palazzo Massimo alle Terme (0900-1945) 8€
San Pietro in Vincoli (0800-Noon;1530-1900) Free (Michelangelo’s Moses)
1300:Roman Forum* (0830-1930) 36€ Tickets:__
Palantine Hill
Arch of Constantine
Colosseum
The Basilica of San Clemente (1500-1800) Free; Take Bus 60 to Piazza Venezia walk to: Captioline Hill
Piazza del Campidoglio (for view of forum back of the right side of the central building)
Capitoline Museums (until 2000) 12€ Tickets:__


Monday, April 29
Piazza Navona
Sant’Agostino (0730-1230) Free
San Luigi de Francesi (1000-1230;1600-1900) Free
Lunch at Enoteca Corsi?
Villa Borghese Park- Walk around
Galleria Borghese 11€ Tickets:__
Santa Maria del Popolo (Mon–Sat 7am–noon and 4–7pm) Free


Tuesday, April 30
Pompeii Day trip
2hr 12min train ride Rome-Naples-Pompeii about 20 euro
Leave Rome 0735 Arrive in Pompeii around 1000
22€ tickets & audio guides 128€ transport approx = $185
See: Casa degli Amorini Dorati
Leave at 1500 or 1600 2hr ride back; In Rome at 1700 or 1800

Wednesday, May 1st Holiday
Piazza della Repubblica
Spanish Steps
Trevi Fountain
Galleria d’Arte Antica-Palazzo Corsini (open until 1930) 5€ Buy tickets there
Galleria Doria-Pamphilj (1000-1700) 10.50€ Tickets:__
Santa Maria sopra Minerva (0710-1900) Free
*Sant'Ignazio di Loyola (7:30am–12:20pm and 3–7:20pm) Free
*-open May 1st?

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