Melbourne is the capital of Victoria in Australia, and is considered one of the top cities to live in the world. Apart from numerous museums and art galleries, this multicultural city offers the best of shopping and dining options for all. Places to visit and things to do
- Southbank is one of the most upscale neighbourhoods in Melbourne. With plenty of galleries, shopping centres and fine dining restaurants, Southbank offers the best of Melbourne’s culture. Some of the best resorts in Melbourne are in Southbank, where visitors can shop for designer brands or try their luck at the casino and also choose from a wide range of entertainment options. The National Gallery of Victoria is another attraction in Southbank that houses over 70, 000 art pieces. The 5-star hotels around Southbank are in close vicinity to many other attractions in the neighbourhood such as the Eureka Tower and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
- Carlton is one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods in Melbourne that is popular for its Little Italy area on Lygon Street. Apart from the largest number of Italian cafés and restaurants, this area is popular for the historic Carlton Gardens that houses the Royal Exhibition Building. The Queen Victoria Market is also close to the 3-star hotels around Carlton which is a large open-air market and an important landmark of Melbourne.
- The Delhi Streets Indian Street Food and Om Vegetarian are some of the best cheap Indian/veg-friendly restaurants in Melbourne that serve Aloo Tikki Chaat, Chana Bhatura, Paneer Dosa, Butter Naanand Mango Lassi among others. Affordable dine-outs such as Miss Katie’s Crab Shack and Danny’s Burgers serve fish tacosand lamb burgers, which are among the most popular food in Melbourne.
and budget hotels near Melbourne Airport
offer travellers with free Wi-Fi, parking and shuttle services.