Melbourne: Places to Explore

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  • Brunswick

    Just 4 km (2 mi) north of the city center, Brunswick is Melbourne's multicultural heart. Here Middle Eastern spice shops sit next to avant-garde galleries, Egyptian supermarkets, Turkish tile shops, Japanese... Read more

  • Carlton

    To see the best of Carlton's Victorian-era architecture, walk along Drummond Street, with its rows of gracious terrace houses (notably Rosaville at No. 46, Medley Hall at No. 48, and Lothian Terrace at... Read more

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  • East Melbourne

    The harmonious streetscapes in this historic enclave of Victorian houses, which date from the boom following the gold rushes of the 1850s, make East Melbourne a great neighborhood for a stroll.... Read more

  • Fitzroy

    Melbourne's bohemian quarter is 2 km (1 mi) northeast of the city center. If you're looking for an Afghan camel bag or a secondhand paperback, or yearn for a café where you can sit over a plate of tapas... Read more

  • Richmond

    Home of Victoria Street—Melbourne's "little Vietnam"—and the lively discount shopping stretch of Bridge Road, Richmond is 2 km (1 mi) east of the city center (take Tram 48 from Flinders St.) If you're... Read more

  • South Yarra–Prahran

    One of the coolest spots to be on any given night is in South Yarra-Prahran. The area is chock-full of bars, eateries, and upscale boutiques.... Read more

  • St. Kilda

    It often seems that every Melburnian heads to St. Kilda on Saturday night. The dozens of alfresco restaurants overflow into the streets, and the cafés and bars buzz with young fashionistas. The holiday... Read more

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