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Welcome To Melbourne - One Of The World’s Most Liveable Cities

"Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It's already tomorrow in Australia."
― Charles M. Schulz

Melbourne is Australia’s cultural capital and second largest city which is located at the head of Port Philip Bay. It has astounding architecture, extensive shopping, wonderful museums, galleries, theatres, large parks and gardens which are definitely worth visiting. Find the best flight offers to all Australia's cities with ​Mobissimo Travel Search​ Engine.

But what really makes this city different from many others - it’s the vibrant energy that helps you feel joyful, high-spirited and full of pep.  

Numerous restaurants, fashion boutiques, café-filled laneways, cool bars, village-like inner suburbs will give you the feeling of freshness, creativity and dynamism. You will never get bored with Melbourne’s paysage as each suburb and each street has it’s own special character. Sometimes the best way to discover a new city is to leave the tourist trail. Of course the big attractions can be a great fun, but very often it’s the more subtle “insider” experience that makes you deeply understand how the city lives the day-to-day routine life and thus makes you become part of it for some time. Don’t miss the great opportunity to discover Melbourne getting lost in its suburbs and small streets. ​Find cheap flights to Melbourne.

If you have a big passion for Arts, Melbourne is definitely the right destination for you. Every year the city celebrates the International Arts Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Melbourne Fringe Festival, which are thronged by tourists from all over the world. 

The other reason to visit Melbourne includes attending major sportig events. It’s easy to go sports mad in Australia, which hosts events for cricket fans, footy fiends, rugby lovers, rev-heads and marathon runners. You will surely love exploring Melbourne surrounding regions such as Grampians National Park ( a great destination for camping, climbing, scenic drives, bushwalks and nature study) and The Great Ocean Road (one of the world's most scenic coastal drives). 

And of course don’t miss one of Australia’s most popular attractions on Phillip Island (only 139.5 km from Melbourne). At sunset you’ll be amazed by little penguins returning ashore after a day’s fishing. This event is called penguin parade and tourists from all over the world come here to enjoy the procession of these cute creatures.    

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