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Summer trip to Rome...early July or August?

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We would love to hear some feedback about Italy in the summer? We generally avoid traveling anywhere in Europe at that time of the year. However, this year we have a limited window of either the first 10 days in July or first 10 days in August. Is one better than the other, or will it be crazy busy at both times? We would hope to stay 3 or 4 days in Rome, and the rest of the trip in the country, or in a smaller city. Does anyone have an itinerary, and/or hotels that they could recommend? We have two older teens who love history and travel,... Italy is a country they have yet to experience?

Thank you for any help you can give, Happy New Year!

Tom

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