Melbourne, like other cities, is known for its city tours among the locals as well as the outsiders, maybe the tourists or the visitors, both. Melbourne has it’s own charm when it comes to the fantastic visiting places with friendly people, unique wildlife, spectacular sceneries, lush green parks, mountain ranges, and much more. It was named Melbourne by Queen Victoria as an honor for the 2nd Viscount Melbourne, the British Prime Minister, and the young Queen’s political mentor in 1837.
The city is prominent for its cultural diversity, numerous dining options to fit in all budgets, several laneways, and beautiful street arts. It is regularly voted as the world’s most lively city and is often known as the coffee capital of the world. The Coffee here is known for its exclusive craft and brew and leaves far behind what one could have at Rome or Vienna to not to blame people for becoming coffee snubbers. The Palais Theatre, botanical gardens, planetarium, Hellenic Museum, The Melbourne Cricket Ground bills, Chapel Street, Bridge Road in Richmond, Fitzroy, Highpoint and Chadstone, The Queen Victoria Markets, The Immigration Museum, The Crown Casino Complex, the Ian Potter Museum of Art are among a few of the attractions often visited by people.