Des Graves Street is a famous commercial street in Melbourne. It is located near the Melbourne Railway Station. It is full of coffee shops of all sizes and sizes. I like coffee here for most of the day. I have tasted several coffee desserts and bought many of their coffee beans. If you like coffee to come to Melbourne, you may as well visit here.
Graves Street is a coffee street in Melbourne. Graves Street is neither long nor wide, but it is full of cafes on both sides. Coffee shops have their own characteristics, the whole street is floating with the fragrance of coffee, coffee controllers must come to the place.
Graves Street is located next to Melbourne's railway station. There are many kinds of cafes on both sides of the street. There are all kinds of tastes from all over the world. The whole street is filled with the aroma of coffee. It's really very pleasant to have a cup of coffee here and have a leisurely afternoon.
The streets in front of the Federal Square and the railway station have always been crowded with people. As the symbol street of Melbourne's downtown free bus ring South line, the shops here mainly focus on small supermarkets, not the feeling of big brands gathering. The tram watches above and the busy streets and historic buildings are situated in the old urban area of this historic and cultural city, which is full of artistic conception.
A Road north of Flinders Street Railway Station. You can see from the photos - "under the old building, there are shops one after another. Close to the railway station, there are trams passing by the door, so there are many people and large passenger flow. But I always think Elizabeth Street to the north is more busy.
Located in Melbourne CBD area, near Federal Square, Flinders Railway Station, St. Paul's Cathedral. Because it is in a busy city, the daytime is messy, people come and go, and tourists are in the majority. The street is very narrow, so it looks long and not worth going. When all the stores in the street are closed, the surroundings become the world of those who are homeless and sleeping in the street. It's normal to sleep quietly on the floor and make a lot of noise. It's normal to get together in groups of three or five to play and sing, talk and dance, and occasionally ask passers-by for pocket money and a cigarette. I guess those people who are used to staying at home may not be well adapted at first. Last weekend, people who drank too much shouted nearby and crossed the street at will. Every traffic light is the same. There happens to be a police station nearby. At night, sirens can be heard from time to time. There is no special street, there is no need to be a scenic spot to see, just pass by. Local night security is not as good as Beijing, let alone go too late.
Both sides of the street are filled with options, and each of them tempting. If you can''t find something
Near the railway station, there are many scenic spots around, where transportation, shopping and dining are very convenient and worth visiting.
This alley and its extended central alley are also Melbourne's landmark buildings. The restaurants and shops on both sides of the street are full of local flavor. Melbourne is the most popular place for Melbourne. Many locals also like to come here on holidays. You may as well have a look.