Ca' d'Oro (Galleria Giorgio Franchetti)
Venice’s Ca’d’Oro (Golden House) is a 15th century palatial home housing the Galleria Franchetti Museum. It is one of the best preserved and most impressive of the hundreds of palazzo lining the Grand Canal. After the Palazzo Ducale, it’s the city’s finest example of Venetian Gothic architecture. The core collection of the Galleria includes sculptures, furniture, 16th century Flemish tapestries, an impressive collection of bronzes and a gallery of important canvases by the likes of Andrea Mantegna and Titian.