Travel to Melbourne
Flight to Melbourne
Melbourne, located on the distant continent of Australia, is separated from Russia by many kilometers – about fourteen and a half thousand. Therefore, the only way to travel to this remote Sunny city is to fly to Melbourne. Since the distance is very long, the flight will last about a day. However, thanks to the high security of modern Airliners, the flight to Melbourne will be comfortable, despite the transfer. And thanks to the LineTicket reservation, purchase or booking of tickets to Melbourne has become practically instantaneous.
Airlines flying to Melbourne:
China Southern Airlines
KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines
Melbourne – a summary
Melbourne, which is considered the cultural capital of Australia, is located in the South-East of the mainland. The city is located on the coast of Port Phillip Bay, along the Yarra river.
Since Australia is located in the southern hemisphere, the winter and summer periods are the opposite of ours, that is, the warmest time of the year is from the beginning of November to the very end of April, and the coolest — from may to October. In General, the temperature during the year is very warm, but its nature is very variable, which is why the city is often called "four seasons a day". In General, the most severe weather events, such as hurricanes or droughts, are not uncommon in the city.
Attractions In Melbourne
The main attraction of this Australian city is the house of j. Cook, originally standing on his English estate and moved here about a hundred years ago.
The Parliament house of the state of Victoria, located in the city, is rightfully ranked among the best examples of British colonial architecture.
The city's railway station, Flinders street station, is not only of purely practical significance, but is also an architectural monument. The station was built a hundred and ten years ago, and by 1970 almost fell into disrepair. After being restored in the 80s, the station became a favorite meeting place for melburnians.
Not far from the station is the large Federation square, where a large number of cultural attractions of Melbourne — museums, galleries, theaters, as well as all the best shops in the city. St. Peter's CathedralPatrika is the largest temple in Australia, as well as the largest religious structure built in the 19th century. The largest Anglican Cathedral in Melbourne is St. St. Paul's is famous for its magnificent organ.
The main attraction of the business center of Melbourne is the Rialto towers, a complex of two buildings. In the South tower there is a great viewing platform, which offers the best view of Melbourne.
What you must see from the sights of Melbourne:
Go to the island reserve a hundred kilometers from the city, where you can see the penguins in their natural environment. Here you can also "chat" with wombats and kangaroos.
Have dinner at the restaurant located in the tram that runs through the city center.
Visit the old town where once lived brave gold diggers – Sovereign hill.
Take a look at the unique prison-Museum, where you can see the real chest of the executioner.
Try the famous local tea, which has a special taste given by tapioca balls.
Melbourne's transport system
The tram network is the largest in the world.
Bus network – 300 routes.
Airports of the city