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Rome, Perugia - Thinking of a slight change

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We've been to Rome twice before but not in at least 10-12 years.

The plan is to end in Rome because of its proximity to Orvieto and to return home to the U.S.

Since we've been to Rome the idea would be to just wander around for a couple of days and maybe fill in a few things we may have missed.

We will have just spent 5 days in Perugia as a base for day trips (spello, Spoleto, Gubbio, Todi) and a day in Orvieto. Travelling by train and bus.

I'm thinking of dropping one of the days in Rome and adding one in Perugia (where we haven't been). This would allow for a more relaxed and slower visit to the Perugia area.

Any thoughts of dropping one of two days in Rome since we may not get back to Rome for a long time if ever.

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