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Which sites MUST be booked in advance - Florence and Rome

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We have 4 days in each city. We have never been to either city before so we are trying to see the top sites but not over plan.

I have a day tour of Tuscany booked for 1 day in Florence.
I have tickets to Villa Borghese and a Vatican tour [on 2 different mornings].

What I am trying to determine which sites do we REALLY need to book in advance?

Wanting to see:
Uffizi, Duomo; Galleria dell’Accademia; Palazzo Pitti; Palazzo Vecchio

Forum; Colosseum [including underground]; Pantheon

This trip is late March for Florence; early April for Rome.

And feel free to add on any additional must sees in either city.

Thanks!

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