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Exploring Melbourne

Widely regarded as the nation’s cultural capital, Australia’s second-largest city is loaded with art galleries, museums, and theatres. Melbourne is also a super shopping destination and a wonderful holiday spot thanks to the wealth of Victorian-era buildings and parks in the city. As you’ll quickly discover, Melbourne residents are crazy about sport.

The best way to explore this city is to start in the Melbourne Central Business District (CBD) or the Docklands, where much of the dining and entertainment is focused. Melbourne’s impressive public transport network makes moving around the downtown core a breeze. But the city is also an ideal base of operations for exploring surrounding attractions, such as Phillip Island and the Grampians National Park. Drivers will revel in the regional cruising opportunities, including the world-class Great Ocean Road, one of the planet’s most stunning routes.


Hotels in Melbourne

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Melbourne is the Premier stays, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Catani 1 in Melbourne as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Melbourne

- Bourke Street Mall


Bourke Street is one of Melbourne's best known streets. Historically been regarded as Melbourne's "second street", with the main street being Collins Street and "busier than Bourke Street" is a popular catchphrase. Bourke Street has traditionally been Melbourne's entertainment hub.


- Southbank Promenade


Southbank Promenade offers a wealth of options including restaurants, public art and retailers, all set in a busy and beautiful waterfront. Visitors can choose from many restaurants, cute cafes and food courts and even stay at a five-star hotel. In the evening, why not head over to the Arts Centre where its many theatres offer exciting options for every taste. On Sunday mornings, head over to the market located at the eastern end of the river bank.


Transportation in Melbourne

Melton’s nearest major airport is Melbourne Airport (MEL), the second busiest in Australia. The airport serves numerous destinations throughout Australia, as well as direct flights to Europe, North America, Asia, Africa, and Oceania.Getting into the city once you’ve landed is quick and easy. One option is the Airport Shuttle Bus service, which whisks passengers from the airport and straight into Melton in around 40 minutes. To avoid missing out, booking your seats in advance is recommended. For a door to door service you’ll find plenty of taxis waiting outside the airport, but they will cost considerably more.


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