The 5 Top Things to Do in Melbourne

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To help you with your itinerary, we've made a list of the top 5 things to do in Melbourne!

Whether you enjoy the finer things in life or are traveling the world, Melbourne caters to all types of travelers. There are many attractions, museums, gastronomy, nightlife, and outdoor activities in this city; it is impossible to get bored here. Instead, you can get confused with how many items to check on your wish list. This is not drama, man.

1. Learn About Melbourne’s Famous Arcades and Laneways

Melbourne is known for its underground street art; in fact, the city has 40 alleys and galleries practically dedicated to crafts. Take a tour of Melbourne's CBD to catch a glimpse of this art scene, or better yet, take a tour. They will guide you through Hosier Lane, ACDC Lane, and Hardware Lane among others to learn all about Melbourne's artistic personality.

2. Shop for souvenirs at the Queen Victoria Market

Queen Victoria Market is a major landmark in Melbourne. It was inaugurated in 1878 and became an important commercial and gastronomic center of the city. Known as "Queen Vic" or "Vic Market" by the locals, it is the place to go if you want to buy Australian fruits and vegetables, local and imported gourmet foods, or clothing and souvenirs. To learn more about the market stalls, take a food tour. It opens until 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays and until 4:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. In summer and winter, Queen Vic hosts Wednesday night markets, during which it transforms into a lively venue for street food, drinks, and live entertainment.

3. Stroll through the Royal Botanical Garden

The Royal Botanic Gardens offer a peaceful retreat away from the noise of the great city center. With nearly 50,000 plants, native and non-native, it covers 94 acres. You can take a walk on a trail called The Tan or throw down a blanket and get some fresh air. There are often events that take place in the gardens, such as heritage walks, wellness experiences, and movie screenings. You will find the Royal Botanical Gardens on the south side of the Yarra River.

4. Ride the roller coaster at Luna Park

An amusement park in St Kilda, Luna Park is home to the oldest and continuously operating wooden roller coaster in the world. While you're there, try flossing if you haven't already; It is the Australian version of cotton candy. And don't forget to take a photo in front of the colorful entrance with your mouth open. Luna Park is only open Friday through Sunday and costs AU $ 5 for a park entrance ticket. After entering, you must purchase a separate ticket for each trip.

5. Relax at Peninsula Hot Springs

Take a day trip around the Mornington Peninsula to visit the hot springs. It is an indoor and outdoor spa with thermal baths that reach up to 107 degrees F. For a social experience, visit Bath House, where you will share the naturally heated pools with others. There is a shuttle that will take you to and from Peninsula Hot Springs on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Otherwise, it's an hour and a half drive from Melbourne CBD.

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