I'll be in Europe later this fall for business trip. I'll be accompanied in Greece for my 3 days conference, and then I have a day's layover in Rome on my way back home.
But I reach Greece earlier and would like to adventure somewhere else before my meetings start, I would have 4 nights and 3 days aprox. I want to see as much possible, but keeping a regular pace (no running around either). Which of the following would you recommend (in parenthesis what I would look up in each city):
Amsterdam (I'd like to go at least to one museum and a ride through the canals)
Rome (Colosseum, Fontana de Trevi, Vatican Museum and St. Peters'-- I don't know if I would be able to see all this during my day of layover)
I originally wanted to go to Turkey, but was adviced otherwise both because it would be my first solo travel and for the political situation. I'm in my early twenties, but have no desire for a party destination.
Do you have any additional ideas as to what would be a nice trip route?? Any suggestions to alternative destinations?