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Rome Tours - March

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Greetings fellow Fodorites! I'm writing to express my mild frustration and see if any of you have suggestions for me ..

We will be traveling to Rome from 24-31 March and have contacted several tour companies for information / pricing and potential booking of their Colosseum and Vatican tours. None of them have responded to me.

I've provided dates, a general idea of what we're looking for and dates - yet still no reply. I can't understand why so many of these tour companies that have gotten such good reputations on other sites are not responding to my inquiries at all.

Can any of you provide any contacts or your own tour recommendations for Rome? I'm running out of options and would like to get this squared away before we go. (Is that the right thing to do?)

Thanks!!

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