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Travel Guide of Melbourne in Australia by Influencers


Melbourne is the capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia and Oceania.

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Discover our travel guide of Melbourne in Australia made of pictures from travel influencers and photographers.



What you will see and do in Melbourne:

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Travel Tips for visiting Melbourne

Travel and stay in Melbourne, cultural capital



Melbourne is the second-largest city in Australia



 Its love of art, sport, and food makes it an engaging city. Melbourne is full of life and excitement with its characterful neighborhoods of Fitzroy, St Kilda, and Carlton. 

As a creative city, Melbourne offers many cultural experiences Festivals of all kinds, galleries, and museums. 
Visit the National Gallery of Victoria and see the largest collection of international art in the Southern Hemisphere. 
Stroll through its elegant streets where Victorian architecture blends with modern skyscrapers, adding to Melbourne's charm.

Melburnians love sports the city hosts many sporting events such as the Formula 1 Grand Prix and the Australian Open Tennis Championship. 

The city is also home to thousands of restaurants from around the world, some of which are among the best in Australia.
Add to this an excellent transport system, sumptuous parks, and gardens, and you have every reason to come to Melbourne for your vacation.

MELBOURNE, THE MULTICULTURAL CAPITAL



Located on the Victorian coast, Melbourne is a large and vibrant Australian city.
Discover numerous parks and botanical gardens, elegant lanes, and alleys, old and new buildings, cafes, trendy bars, and restaurants.

Spend a day or two exploring Melbourne and its suburbs by streetcar or tour and soak up the atmosphere, while characterful areas like Fitzroy, St Kilda, and Carlton are full of life and excitement.
Relax on the banks of the Yarra River as it flows through Melbourne.


MELBOURNE, CREATIVE CITY



For market lovers, don't miss Queen Victoria Market, north of the city center and for those who enjoy museums, the National Gallery of Victoria houses magnificent collections of art.
Melbourne is also a city that vibrates with every sporting event: Tennis Open in January, F1 Grand Prix in March. 

Other events that are less well known worldwide, but no less interesting, are held here, such as the Melbourne Film Festival in June. 
In October, it's the Melbourne International Festival of Arts, which includes the Fringe Arts Festival with its crazy street party and parade in Brunswick street.

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to Melbourne

What to do and see in Melbourne?


Melbourne offers many sights and activities not to be missed.
"Melbourne the Wonderful" takes you into an eclectic world where 140 nationalities infuse the cityscape and cuisine with their culture.

The city has preserved its authenticity and many of its 19th-century monuments. The city is full of events and venues that celebrate all the arts and diverse cultures.

Melbourne is one of the capitals of "street art". Crossed by the Yarra River, the city is a green setting, like the Royal Botanic Garden, where people like to meet to play sports, have a picnic, rest, or simply stroll.
Melbourne can be discovered on foot and by streetcar, neighborhood after neighborhood, starting from Federation Square, the trendy district.

Travel to Yarra Valley, Phillip Island, Mornington Peninsula, and Wilson Promontory


Just 90 minutes from Melbourne, discover the diversity and beauty of three different tourist regions.
Fine wine tours and majestic forests in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Mountains; Phillip Island's penguin parade is a nightly spectacle as the animals return to their nests; Mornington

Peninsula's magnificent Mediterranean coastline is a mix of golden beaches, cliffs, and vineyards. Within easy reach of Melbourne, these three tourist regions form the "Victorian Triangle", and offer a wide range of holiday and tour options.

Just 2.5 hours from Melbourne, hike the unspoiled coastline of Wilson's Promontory National Park offering some of Victoria's most beautiful scenery. Wilson's Promontory National Park is undoubtedly the must-see park in Victoria.





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