Melbourne is situated in the southern Australian state of Victoria, on the shores of Port Phillip Bay, and is often ranked as one of the world’s most livable cities.
The city’s main square, Federation Square effortlessly blends edgy, modern design with elegant architecture and is overlooked by the grandeur of St. Paul’s Cathedral. ‘Fed Square’ is also home to Melbourne Visitor Center and the Australian Center of the Moving Image.
Great artworks and an impressive stained-glass ceiling can be seen at the National Gallery of Victoria, while the Bathing Boxes of Brighton Beach comprise one of the country’s most photographed landmarks.
Melbourne is a city that takes food seriously, as the fresh produce at Queen Victoria Market shows. The international cuisines brought to Australia by generations of migrants are showcased on famous food strips like Lygon Street and Acland Street.
Visitors can get the best view of Melbourne from the 88th floor of the Eureka Tower. The city panoramas from the observation deck are pure gold.
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