We have been to the Chiostro del Bramante several times to visit the exhibits they have on show regularly. All have been outstanding. The exhibition area is not excessively large, so it's not an exhausting place. At the same time, it provides visitors all they may need, such as lockers to leave your belongings (not just the usual cloakroom) and one of the nicest small restaurants in downtown Rome. You can sit either inside or on the cloister just outside. It's a place we just love. This time we saw an outstanding exhibit about Alma-Tadema and other English 19th. century painters.
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