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What sites to visit during 3 full days in Rome

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We'll be in Rome for 2.5 days and I would like to request some help in what to see in what order given the days of the week we will be there.

We arrive on Friday, May 23 at 9am (Rome time). So we have part of the 23rd.
Then the 24th (Saturday) and the 25th (Sunday).
We are taking a train north on the 26th very early in the morning. So that day is out.

So, basically we have the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) and part of Friday.
We want to go to Vatican City, Borghese Gallery, the Colloseum and things around, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Catacomb (if possible).

I know the vatican is closed on Mondays so we would have to do it on Saturday.
What about the rest?

How can we squeeze this in 2.5 days?

Thanks!

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