Melbourne is Australia’s capital for bars and the hub of live music. Melbourne is a city with a European style and is a favorite among travellers on the move and backpackers looking to relax in its laid-back atmosphere. If you’re looking to travel to Melbourne within the next few months, here are some suggestions you should do in Melbourne.
- Have a great time at the cafes
The cafe culture of the city is an integral part of the soul of the city. Everybody here enjoys having tea or coffee and a snack when working or talking in a trendy cafe. Don’t be averse to doing the same. It is possible to take the cafe tour along with Melbourne Coffee Tours or Cafe Culture Walk to find out more about the reasons why Melbournians are awestruck by their cafes and after that, you can relax reading a book in your new favourite spot.
- Party in St. Kilda
The famous nightlife zone of Melbourne is home to cheap restaurants bars, clubs, and restaurants and is the ideal spot to be observed. If you’re looking for the wild side of Melbourne there’s a place it’s at.
- Moonlight Movies in the park
In the summer months, there are evening films (most ones are big Hollywood movies) at the Royal Botanic Gardens. Bring yourself food items and beverages (including the alcohol) and enjoy a comfortable picnic and watch some of the best films. Imagine visiting the drive-in, but without the vehicle. Make sure you check the weather ahead of time and bring a blanket for sitting on, as well as an extra coat.
- Flinders Street Station
The station was inaugurated in 1854. Flinders Street Station is an important landmark and a popular gathering location located in the heart of Melbourne. The station has Victorian architecture and massive clock faces. It was the most crowded railway station in the world during the 1920s, and is believed to be the most crowded train station for suburban trains located in the Southern Hemisphere.
- Visit the National Gallery of Victoria
In Federation Square, the National Gallery of Australia is the largest, longest-running and most frequented art museum in Australia. It houses more than 75,000 pieces of contemporary and modern art including sculptures, paintings as well as works by indigenous and aboriginal artists. You can view almost everything within a couple of hours. It’s one of the freest things to do within the metropolis. Admission is free, though temporary exhibits could charge charges for admission.
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