Favoured by many an artist, writer and academic drawn to the world-famous galleries (Punta Della Dogana, the Accademia, Peggy Guggenheim Collection…), fine restaurants and quintessentially Venetian scenes which characterise this much-loved part of the city. Home to a number of University departments along with the popular Campo San Barnaba, Campo Santa Margherita and the Zattere waterfront – the wide promenade on Dorsoduro’s southern embankment offering exceptional panoramic views across the ever-changing colours of the Giudecca Canal.
The Accademia Galleries (Gallerie dell’Accademia)
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection (European and American art of the first half of the 20th Century)
Ca’ Rezzonico (Museum of 18th Century Art)
Campo San Barnaba and Campo Santa Margherita
The Church of Santa Maria Della Salute
Punta Della Dogana Center of Contemporary Art
Scuola Grande dei Carmini
The Church of San Nicolo Dei Mendicoli (one of the most beautiful in all of Venice and well worth the walk to its quiet parish)
The Church of San Sebastiano (with its Veronese paintings)
The Church of Angelo Raffaele (with its statue and Guardi paintings of Tobias and the Angel Raffaele)
The Ca’ Foscari Tour
The Anglican Church of St.George’s at Campo San Vio
Squero San Trovaso gondola boatyard
The Zattere waterfront on the Giudecca Canal

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