Places to visit in Melbourne

Melbourne is a power packed place known for a variety of attractions like lush green park, libraries and museums. Here we have enlisted some of the must visit places in Melbourne:



The Bohemian Triangle- It is the name derived from triumvirate including Richmond, Fitzroy and South Yarra. This place offers a collection of artistry, culinary and ethnic delights. Here you can observe collection of craft markets like Turkish, Greek and Middle eastern influences is clearly visible. You can also enjoy the Asian food.


St Kilda- It is home to majority of the Melburians, during the days of scorching heat. Here you can enjoy the beach retreat and here thousand of tourists flock to visit the busy café strip along Acland stret. The place is accessible by car or tram and tourists can take photographs. Here you can spend several days with a plethora of cafes and pubs and then rejuvenating the spirit in beaches.


Federation Square- Federation Square is the latest addition to central Melbourne artistic. The place reflects striking architecture and this place has won several awards and its comfortable with wide-open spaces that allow tourists and local people to mingle together, eat lunch and wander out in the exhibitions. The building can be simply called as a work of art and it was a controversial building during times of construction, and it has now become a favorite hot spot among local and tourists alike.


The MCG- MCG is also popularly called as the Melbourne Cricket Ground or simply it is called as G to the most of the Australian sports freak, it is a spiritual abode to nation’s favorite sport cricket, but it is also the main headquarter of Australian football.


It has a seating capacity of 110,000 persons, the MCG is abode to not just Australian cricket rather boxing test match is also held against various nation. The sporting hall of fame is attached to the MCG and it contains memorabilia, photographs and film that bring smile on the faces of Australian sports fan.


Victoria Market- Victoria Market is also called as the Vic Market or it is called as one of the best market for fruits, flowers, produce in Australia. It is primarily located in Swanston Street at the northern end of the central business district and it is a popular meeting place for shoppers and tourists flock here on the real market days like Sunday and Saturday.


This is just a small snapshot of places where you can enjoy and make your spirit alive.





Originally posted 2013-04-14 22:27:27.

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