The Best View On Piazza Navona? Museo di Roma’s Brascafè
A lifted platform where you can savour Italian coffee, offering a unique view of one of Rome’s most beautiful squares (if not the best), Piazza Navona. This is Brascafè, the newly inaugurated bar of Museo di Roma. But after you have comfortably sipped your drink at your coffeetable, while admiring the square and the nice humanity that inhabits this place, you might want to visit the beautiful aristocratic palace hosting Brascafè. Museo di Roma, actually, has just renovated itself. Not only does it boast of a scenic bar, but also has two new halls for temporary exhibitions, a new bookshop and can be accessed once again from the monumental gate in piazza Navona. Until January 9, besides its permanent collection of works describing Rome’s history, you can see a painting and a photography exhibition about Risorgimento, the political movement that brought to Italy’s unification in 1861. When you stumble upon piazza Navona (don’t dare skipping this square!), you know where to stop and have a break. What are you waiting for, then?