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Tips! Getting the most out of Rome's best sites...

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Hi everyone,

My mom, sister, and I will be visiting Rome for the first time this August. My mom just turned 60 -- this trip is for her :) -- and has some mobility issues, so the smoother the trip goes, the better (though there's no preparing for everything!).

We look forward to visiting all the sites Rome is famous for, and I'm hoping you could give me tips on when to go, where to buy tickets... all tidbits of information welcome! Our itinerary includes:

Vatican City
Trevi Fountain
St. Mary of Peace
Trastevere
Piazza Navona
Roman Forum
Pantheon
Capitoline Hill
Colosseum
Spanish Steps
Castel Sant'Angelo

We're planning to stay in the Campo dei Fiori area, so most of these places should be within walking distance.

Many thanks for your help and expertise! I really do appreciate your feedback.


Best,
Karina

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