Collins Street is the most important street to Melbourne. This is Melbourne's Financial Street. In this broad street, there are dozens of banks and financial institutions, big and small. During the day, it is very busy here. It is a bit like Lujiazui in Shanghai. The air smells of money.
A section of Collins Street between Elizabeth Street and King Street is Melbourne's financial center, with many banks and insurance companies. It is also a major commercial street in Melbourne, along which there are many retailers'flagship stores: Chanel, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani, Tiffany Co, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, Dymocks, etc. Of course, there are restaurants, cafes and so on. It's worth visiting.
An important commercial street in Melbourne's downtown area has several tram lines. There are many shops and a branch of Citibank is on the way. There are some old buildings here. I don't know why, but I don't think it's a good place to go shopping. In the third photo, there is a Collins Street sign.
Shopping Street. Closing early on weekends. Famous brand stores, real prices!
Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne City Hall, these buildings were built in the 18th century. Second Empire style is introduced on Walking Mebourne's website. On Collins St, except that the head of the delegation has been urging us to hurry up, we have no effort to appreciate it.