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Waiting Lines of Sites in Rome & Florence

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Hello,

I am travelling to Rome & Florence in May. This will be my first trip to Italy. I am still planning the itinerary for our trip and had a question to help me figure out the time we will spend at each site. I have heard numerous horror stories about the lines to get into the most famous of the tourist sites: i.e. the Colosseum, Uffizi, etc. but have not heard much about some of the other sites. I was hoping someone could tell me the wait times they have experienced in May for any of the following sites and if they know of any ways to minimize the waiting?

Rome
Baths of Caracalla
Ostia Antica
Baths of Diocletian
Basilica of San Clemente
Pantheon
Musei Capitolini

Florence
Church of Santa Croce
Museo Galileo

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