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Rome-What to see

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Rome-What to see

We intend spending four nights in Rome,what would you recommend as ' must not be missed' whilst there and I have heard that Rome is very expensive for meals etc would you agree with this? Whilst we want to enjoy ourselves we don't want to break the bank any tips and ideas would be gratefully received.

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1. Re: Rome-What to see

Depends what you like, but the major sights are

Vatican and Vatican Museum



Some fabulous piazzas and churches to be seen, generally walk about and explore. Maybe go to Trastavere for the atmosphere

Rome is very accessible and quite compact - so set a few things you definitely want to see, and set off walking. On your way there you will discover lots more lovely things.

I dont think it is any more expensive than London or Paris, and it is easy to find good food at the deli's and cafes if you are on a budget. During the week, note where the office workers are going to eat their lunch and follow them.

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You should buy "lonely planet -- guide to Rome", it gives some great advice on what to see, where to eat and where to drink. It also has suggested walking intineries lasting from ihour to a full day. We used it a couple of years ago and we didn't miss a trhing.

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