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2 full days in Florence/Tuscsny then 3 full days in Rome

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2 full days in Florence/Tuscsny then 3 full days in Rome

We are traveling Nov 10th- 17th. We are on a very tight schedule and trying to see as much as possible. Unfortunately, we've ruled out Venice but would like to see Florence/Tuscany & Rome. We woukd appreciate any suggestions on this brief but wonderful excursion. Will there be a lot of closures during this time of year?

Looking for suggestions for tours, restaurants, hotels and "must do's", for this trip of a lifetime.

Thanks,

Latina, Italy
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1. Re: 2 full days in Florence/Tuscsny then 3 full days in Rome

You've posted this is the general Italy forum. You'd have got swifter replies if you'd done two separate posts in the Florence and Rome forums.

However, click on those forums and take a look at the Top Questions about........ in the top righthand corner of the pages. Then perhaps ask more specific questions in those forums.

Sydney, Australia
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2. Re: 2 full days in Florence/Tuscsny then 3 full days in Rome

The tourist sights are open all year round on their usual days, the only exception being that some close on public holidays.

Florence and Rome are major cities. The shops and restaurants cater for the residents as well as tourists.

3. Re: 2 full days in Florence/Tuscsny then 3 full days in Rome

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