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Where to see a good view of the Roman Forum ruins for disabled visitor?

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Hi, I'm traveling to Rome soon with a woman who has a disability. While she is able to walk, she can't walk very far. And a lot of stairs also pose a problem for her. I know, this is Italy. But there is still a lot she can see with good planning.

Since she will be unable to actually walk through the ruins of the Forum, I was hoping someone might be able to suggest a vantage point overlooking it where she can at least get a good view of the ruins.

The vantage point would need to be in a fairly flat area that we could get to by taxi, and that wouldn't require much walking from the taxi (and not more than a few stairs) to get to the view.

Anyone have any ideas where such a place might be?

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