City guide of Melbourne
Melbourne is the capital of the Australian state of Victoria, on the southeastern coast of Australia and we reached it with an hour's flight from Canberra.
In the surroundings of Federetion Square, right in the city center, there is one of the places of worship for author music. Probably not everyone knows that AC / DC are at home here: in February 1976, the video of It’s A Long way to the top was shot on Swanston Street.
ST Kilda - the seaside district
An area of the city born to be the elegant meeting point for Sundays to spend at the sea.
A walk from the past: Royal Arcade, Block Arcade and STATE LIBRARY OF VICTORIA: Elegant passages where luxurious reminiscences and chic touches of contemporary echo, the right places for super shopping!
Contemporary architecture in Melbourne:
-Webb Bridge: bridge created by the artist Robert Owen. The idea behind it is that of a traditional Aboriginal eel trap.
- For an overhead view of the city, do not miss the Eureka Skydeck on the 88th floor and a visit to the super instagrammable central station.
Royal Botanic Gardens - Aboriginal Heritage Walk: It is possible to book a guided tour of the Royal Botanic Gardens and rediscover the contact with nature even among tall skyscrapers.
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Diana De Lorenzi
Australia must be the country with the most handsome guys in the world, and Melbourne must be the city with the most handsome guys.
Melbourne is full of street performers, each with their own different characteristics and fan bases,
street shooting sunny boys, found that Melbourne is full of music and sports boys, really attractive, sunshine Handsome and self-like, as if living the best life, the nine maps are obviously not enough.
If you don't go out and see the beauty of the world, you will think that the small world of your life is the whole world.
Melbourne's Federation Square, the city's core area, well-connected public transport, if you meet a sunny afternoon, this is the place of choice for you to spend time
all the way is St. Paul's Cathedral, opposite the Central Square subway station On the other side of the river is Melbourne's largest park. In the warm afternoon, it is almost filled with people who are resting.
Time seems to have no measurement here, and you can enjoy the most leisure time on the road!
Just at the corner of the square is the Melbourne Tourist Information Centre, where you can get all the information about Melbourne city tours.
This kind of square dance is not exclusive to Chinese aunts. On the Federal Square in Melbourne's largest public square, under the cheerful music, whites, blacks, Asians, and Indians all danced happily. The girls were mostly white. Skirts are white, and men are all kinds of, so mixed, but also danced in it.
Okay, I know what you want to ask, Chinese shawl aunts have indeed occupied Federation Square and danced in the very penetrating music of "Little Apple" and Phoenix Legend. No one can stop the Chinese aunts...
Federal Square is the center of the Melbourne CBD! In addition to seemingly always there, there are so many art galleries, restaurants and cafes here, so its enough to spend an afternoon.
Federation Square is known as one of Melbourne's landmarks. The architect transformed static concept graphics into dynamic real world geometry. After the sun passes, after a shower or when night falls, its atmosphere, colors, texture and grain undergo amazing changes that have shocked those in the construction industry. Federation Square is located in the heart of Melbourne. Its main structure consists of 11 buildings and some open areas. Most of the Square's functions are designed to meet the cultural and leisure needs of the people. It is an ideal place to connect with the community, share culture and expressive features, and showcase Melbourne and Victoria lifestyles.