Highest Swimming Pool in the World
Travel to Melbourne – Melbourne is Australia’s second largest city. It is the capital, largest city, and chief port of the state of Victoria. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the world. It is one best places in Australia for dining and winning, enjoying night life and shopping. Melbourne, although the most vibrant part of the city is also the most expensive one.
Where to Visit
One attractive sight in Melbourne is the natural beauty of the Botanic Gardens. In Fitzroy Gardens stands a cottage that once belonged to the family of Captain James Cook, the first European to visit eastern Australia. The cottage was brought to Australia from Yorkshire, England, in 1934. Other places of interest are the Victoria Parliament House; the Royal Mint; the Shrine of Remembrance, a World War I memorial; and the recently completed Victorian Arts Center.
Another places in Melbourne Australia would be Melbourne Central, the St James Old Cathedral, and Melbourne’s vibrant suburbs like St Kilda, Richmond, Williamstown, Brunswick and South Yarra. The Melbourne Observation Deck – Rialto Towers is also a must see. Another great place to visit would be Federation Square. Melbourne Zoo and Sovereign Hill, Ballarat are also great destinations. Melbourne’s Bays and Peninsulas are also a superb place to visit and relax.
The Melbourne Maritime Museum, Royal Exhibition Building, Joseph Reed, the museum, Melbourne, Elwood Beach, Park Organ Pipes National, Sandringham beach and Royal Park are the most popular attractions of the city.
Where to Stay
Like all the popular tourist cities, hotels are spread all over Melbourne. Here, you can find hotels depending upon your budget and requirement. The city centre offers great selection of hotels suitable for every budget traveller. This place is known as a hub of budget and backpacker hotels.
Here the list of hotel :
Marriott Melbourne Hotel
Holiday Inn Melbourne
All Seasons Kingsgate Melbourne
BreakFree Heritage on Little Bourke
Fraser Place Melbourne
If you will be in Melbourne for at least a week, you can rent a temporary home in some of the inner suburbs like Abbotsford, Collingwood, Clifton Hill, Fitzroy North, Richmond or St Kilda from around AU$150 per night.