Dorsoduro The “sestiere” of Dorsoduro is the largest and one of the most picturesque district of Venice . It’s a quite lively and popular neighborhood, pleasant to be discovered on foot and it has been known as an artists’ haven. On the opposite side of the Accademia Bridge from San Marco, the district is bordered by Santa Croce, San Polo and Grand Canal. Good neighborhood restaurants, a charming gondola boatyard, the lively Campo Santa Margherita, and the sunny quay called le Zattere all add to the character and color that make this one of the city's most-visited areas. From Le Zattere promenade with Palazzo Giustinian and the Gesuati Church (with Tiepolo’s painting) people can enjoy an amazing view of the Giudecca island. In Dorsoduro district you can discover the Maritime Station and the convent of San Sebastian with Veronese’s frescoes, and the beautiful Ca’ Zenobio building. Other remarkable monuments are the Academy Palace, Gambara Palace, Stern Palace, Ca’ Dario, Ca’ Rezzonico,and “Palazzo Venier dei leoni” which houses the Peggy Guggenheim collection. Famous destinations for tourists are the Church of “Santa Maria della Salute” and the “Galleria dell'Accademia”, which displays beautiful masterpieces of Venetian painting from '300 to '700.