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You can visit both the Colosseum and Forum/Palatine AND another museum during the three days. Source: On the RomaPass list of Museums the "Colosseo/ Palatino/Foro Romano" is listed as one attraction/museum and it even explicitly states: "CUMULATIVE TICKET: (Anfiteatro Flavio) Colosseo + Palatino + Foro Romano."


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So I don't know what you've tried but when going to the official TrenItalia site as of today (end of April) for mid June: I see there is essentially one travel solution where you first take a fast train from Florence to Rome and then a sleeper to Tropea (so I didn't bother checking for the return). You have to choose your type of seats/beds so make sure ...


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Not having a bank account isn't an issue while you are in Europe. However, assuming you are a Pakistani national, you will need to apply for a visa, which will include providing your financial details. Not having a bank account may be a red flag in the visa process. While you are in Europe your problem will be be not having a credit card. Having a credit ...


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If you don't want to sign contracts you can get free sims from Lykamobile or Lybara and use them as Pay As You Go. Calls cost from 5-7p. roaming also cheap. http://www.lebara.co.uk/ http://www.lycamobile.co.uk/en/italy http://www.lycamobile.it/it/


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Option #1: Three using their Feel At Home special deal available on all their price plans. As both the UK and Italy are covered, with a UK sim, you can use your bundles of minutes / texts / data for no additional charge when in Italy (amongst other countries). UK calling UK = normal prices / free with bundle Italy calling UK = free with bundle / add-on ...



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