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Walking/Biking Tour Suggestions

Hey all!

Looking for some walking/biking tour suggestions for Florence and Rome. We will be in Florence for 6 days, one of those days will be a day trip to Tuscany & Pisa, and then well be in Rome for 3 days.

We would like a mix of exploring on our own and some guided tours. Suggestions for what is best to see with a guide and what can be explored on our own would be helpful. We have never been to Italy so we really are up for anything but we want to be outside and not stuck on a bus, we are completely find with walking as we are a young fit couple. Also, we would like to keep costs to a minimum and also save some time avoiding lines.

Some top attractions to see, but not limited to:
Florence:
Historic Centre
Uffizi Gallery

Rome:
Sistine Chapel
St. Peter's Basilica
Colosseum

Thanks in advanced!

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