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Advance Ticketing

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We're (dad, mom, 1 kid) planning a 10-12 day trip to Rome in late November/early December. I'm debating if I should purchase advance tickets for museums and attractions, or if the off-season lines will be short enough to purchase day-of.

We haven't decided exactly what our itinerary will be, but we love museums, history and exploring, so 60% of our time will probably be spent on the most popular destinations in Rome and remaining time will be wandering with no purpose.

So, are advance tickets recommended in the off-season?

Thanks everyone!

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