Galleria Giorgio Franchetti alla Ca' d'Oro, Venice
(4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Admire the historical grandeur of Venice combined with an impressive collection of artwork at Galleria Giorgio Franchetti alla Ca' d'Oro. The magnificent Gothic palace was built in the 15th century as home to the influential Contarini family. It remained in private hands until the early 20th century, when its last owner, an avid art collector named Giorgio Franchetti, transferred it to the Italian state. A great architectural monument, the palace still houses Franchetti's collection, which includes the works of artists such as Titian, Jan van Eyck, and Anthony van Dyck. You'll find guided tours of the palace in different languages both for groups and individual visitors, but you'll want to book them in advance. Put Galleria Giorgio Franchetti alla Ca' d'Oro on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Venice itinerary builder.
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  • inlaid marble porch of call from the Grand canal. to see the view from the first and second floor that over to look out onto the Canal is pouò appreciate any dicoratiIn is a finely salt arcades card explaining collections
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  • I recommend a visit. inside well preserved and rich in art and history. a great show inside.
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  • This review is positive thanks to the beauty of the architecture of the building and especially to the two air loggias overlooking the Grand Canal with a breathtaking view which includes the St Mark's Campanile. Secondly thanks to the gentleman who was at the counter, which, with honesty and common sense not to take the audioguide which costs around 5 euros but that would be lame and not updated with the numbering of the halls can be visited, as some works are currently exhibited elsewhere. The wardrobe costs 50 hundredth. The bathrooms are acceptable. In two days, two museums, the Doge's Palace and Ca ' d'Oro, I found shocking disorganisation, in this case, however, the intelligence of who was at the box office has reduced a lot the disagio.ma in Venice are reduced all so the museums??
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  • Water flooded every morning. Amazing.
  • Its very good, if you like art/painting. I like history but there was not much in it apart from a very old hand drawn map of venice. The view is good though from higher floors. But it is definitely not worth the ticket price. (6 Euro)
  • Beautiful building. You'll easily be able to spot it when passing through the grand canal.
  • Interesting and worth visiting!
  • Small art collection in a wonderful building