Brock Arcade is another very famous arcade in Melbourne besides the Royal Arcade. This is actually an old commercial street in Melbourne, built in the 19th century. Even if you don’t buy things here, just take a look and appreciate it.
It is modeled after the arcades in Milan, Italy, and has a history of more than 100 years. Inside is a gathering place for luxury brands. The entrance to the arcade should be an Internet celebrity cafe. The cakes in the window look so attractive. There is also a long line at the door. Unfortunately, there is no time, or you must go in. A cup of coffee and a delicious cake.
Its design is inspired by the Vittorio promenade in Milan, Italy. The window display in the arcade is classically and exquisitely arranged, displaying handicrafts, exquisite jewelry, attractive refreshments, and if you are lucky, you will meet flash mobs who dance tango.
Not far from the Royal Arcade, it is also a very beautiful arcade. There are many characteristic coffee shops. The mosaics on the ground are also very beautiful. Both sides are installed with Victorian window lattices, even the clay tiles on the top wall. Quite detailed. The sense of history and fashion blend together like this.
Block Arcade is Melbourne's top shopping mall, gathering most of the world's fashion, jewelry gifts, leather goods, and other brand stores. The building has a history of more than 100 years and is now a historical and cultural relics protection building. There is a wonderful experience to shuttle through it.