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Central Rome is so large that one walking tour just won’t do. You’ll need transportation—a taxi ride will do it. Vatican City doesn’t need so much of a planned walking tour as a visit (with itinerary). A more structured plan is needed for the sprawling Roman Forum, where there are more sites than you can visit in a day (we’ll focus on the most practical choices). These are the top two visitor destinations, and your choice of activities at either will determine if you can spend much time at the other. Rule of thumb—if you include a museum in your plans, expect to spend two-thirds of your day at either the Vatican or Forum. The Spanish Steps and nearby shopping district are more for wandering than touring—take a taxi. Adjacent to the Spanish Steps is the Villa Borghese (park) and its famed museum. The museum is a long way from the Steps, though—you’ll want a taxi. Reservations are required for the museum. Stranded between these three major destinations are two sights that are on everyone’s must-see list—the Pantheon, the remarkable domed temple to the gods, and the cascading waters of the Trevi Fountain. The two are separated by about eight city blocks, and are roughly eight blocks from either the Forum or the Spanish Steps. If you want to visit everything, all in the same day, hope you can book a tour that visits them all. Your guide gets you past most of the ticket lines and queues, you’ll have the needed transportation, and no time will be lost studying your map.
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