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Sightseeing in Melbourne City

“Relaxing place to chill out after meals, only 6 minutes’ walk from my home!”
331local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“A tribute to the fallen heros of the World Wars with a free basement museum”
87local recommendations
Shopping Mall
“Melbourne's GPO makes for a totally unique retail and leisure experience. ”
10local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Stunning architecture with World Heritage Listing completed in 1880. The site of exhibitions and trade shows, graduations and examinations. The Melbourne International Garden Show, Dog Lovers Show and Australasian Quilt Convention are just a few. Easy access on the 251 bus from out place, with a stop right outside the Rathdowne Street entrance. ”
89local recommendations
History Museum
“Celebrating the ethnic diversity of Victoria, the exhibitions here are always fascinating. ”
50local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Great view of the city at night when you walk up the stairs of Shrine of Remembrance. This also a small museum in the Basement. ”
16local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Cooks' Cottage, previously known as Captain Cook's Cottage, is located in the Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne, Australia.”
32local recommendations
Harbor / Marina
“Polly Woodside is a Belfast-built, three-masted, iron-hulled barque, preserved in Melbourne, Victoria, and forming the central feature of the South Wharf precinct. The ship was originally built in Belfast by William J. Woodside and was launched in 1885”
24local recommendations
“The Queen Victoria Gardens are Melbourne's memorial to Queen Victoria. Located on 4.8 hectares opposite the Victorian Arts Centre and National Gallery of Victoria, bounded by St Kilda Road, Alexandra Avenue and Linlithgow Avenue. ”
14local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“One of the world's oldest remaining exhibition pavilions of the 19th century, the Exhibition Building was then the site of Australia's first Federal Parliament. Now it's a gorgeous location for expos and wedding photos.”
6local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“The Shrine of Remembrance is a memorial dedicated to all Australians who served in war. While you're there it's a short walk to the Royal Botanical Gardens Melbourne. ”
1local recommendations
“Melbourne's oldest and biggest cemetery at 43 hectares, dating from 1853. Incredible place with many colourful and significant Melbourne residents from the past. Only 15 mins walk away.”
2local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Edificio de exhibiciones, mercadillos, ferias, moda. Hay fechas establecidas de eventos en su página web ”
1local recommendations