This place is a hidden gem: walk past the museum entrance (no need to queue or pay, if you're not going to the exhibit) and into this enchanting Renaissance courtyard by Bramante, just steps away from all the action of Piazza Navona. Go up the little stairs to the cafe and take a quiet moment for coffee or prosecco - the tables around the cloister are tiny but lovely and it's never crowded, so you can linger a while. It's not fast or cheap, but that's the point: the quality is good and the atmosphere is truly second to none, so take time to enjoy it!
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