A 16th-century Renaissance palace that is now an art gallery.
This grand hôtel particulier (palace) built for a wood merchant in the 16th-century is a masterpiece of Renaissance classicism.
Marvel at the elaborately decorated facades of the courtyard, complete with intricately carved friezes and Corinthian columns.
The palace now displays the Bemberg Foundation, the private art collection of Georges Bemberg (1915 to 2011).
Make sure you see the works of Anthony Van Dyck, Claude Monet, and Pablo Picasso while you are there.