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Rome, Venice, Florence - Budget tips

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Ok. I've got my airfare booked and I've got my lodging arranged for already. Now, I'd like to have a memorable trip, but an affordable one. I'll be in Italy for two weeks and I know that three meals a day times two people times fourteen days can get quiet expensive, not to mention all of the admission prices, transportation charges and so on.

I'm hoping to pick the brains of some of you seasoned travelers to Italy to get ways to save money or at least make sure I don't spend more than I have to. I feel that I'm going to Italy to have fun, see the sights and learn so 14 days of people watching is not an option for me...I need to see and do, but affordably.

I hope some of you have some tips and perhaps even have fun giving me suggestions!

Grazie.

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