Royal Botanic Garden

Very diverse city culturally notable as attractions multicultural neighbourhoods. And it is that if anything characterizes Melbourne it is the large number of nationalities that are focused on it. For this reason, it is essential to visit the Vietnamese neighborhood of Victoria Street, Chinatown or Greek in Consdale Street. In contrast to these areas the CBD or central business district forms the part more modern and sophisticated of Melbourne. With five of the six tallest buildings in Australia, they comprise a panorama worthy of observing at night. In fact, the Rialto Towers are the tallest building in the southern hemisphere with 58 floors.

Another expression of postmodernism that is necessary to visit is the Federation Square. Opened in 2002 and located in the heart of the city, it combines some of the most impressive architectural buildings with a Centre for the community and cultural activity in Melbourne. In it, perform concerts and events for up to 15,000 people. Once there, we can visit two free museums: the Center Ian Poter of the Gallery Australian national, which are 20 galleries housed within a single venue dedicated to Australian art. And for lovers of cinema the Australian Centre for the moving image, which has two cinemas Multiformat, film Gallery specializing in the world, as well as activities for which people participate. Since is call the City Garden are must-visit the Royal Botanic Garden and Albert Park, both perfect to spend a day in contact with the native nature without having to pay. As historic places worth noting the Parliament area, in Eastern Hill, which are Parliament, the St. Patrick s Cathedral as well as the Treasury Palace, which is the Museum in Melbourne.

Must-see is also the Queen Victoria Market is the oldest market (1878) and largest in the southern hemisphere. He can be found together with artists and street musicians who dress up the place, all kinds of typically Australian products. This Australian city is known worldwide because it hosts the Grand Prix of the country as well as the Australian Tennis Open. This has made this city become reference and that is one of the best-known in this country quite unknown to Europeans. And in this case, the only thing that is expensive is the ticket because they can make an infinite number of activities free. By: Andrea Sanz well Andrea is an independent traveler who, before working as a writer for HostelBookers toured several continents, discovering the wonders of their towns and villages. During his stay in Australia discovered quality hostels and economic accomodation in the city of Melbourne.