Chiostro del Bramante
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Designed by Donato Bramante (a rival of Michelangelo) the chiostro or cloister was once the centre of a Renaissance monastery. After careful restoration, this elegant complex is now used for some of the city’s best and most popular exhibitions.
Always interesting and well curated exhibitions. It is local, literally down the road.
It's the most suggestive coffee shop in Rome. it is located inside a Roman ancient church
There's a nice little café on the first floor of the Chiostro del Bramante, and you don't have to get a ticket to the exhibition to get in. One of the hidden gems of Rome.
Amazing place in the middle of the city, 5 minutes by foot from Piazza Navona, several exhibitions throughout the year. In this neighborhood there are a lot of restaurants and bars for the aperitifs or dinner, special in the night. Nice place to see. Restaurant recommended: Giulio Passami l'Olio in…
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