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Melbourne – Hverfi

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“Relaxed, young and vibrant. There are more bars and clubs around here, especially Brunswick St”
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“Melbourne Central Shopping Centre brings together more than 300 retailers over five levels and is home to a range of Australian and international fashion.”
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“St Kilda is the best place to be on a nice day, from shopping, Luna Park and Beach. Many drinking and eating spots to stop and watch the world go by.”
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“ Close to the action yet tranquil as you stroll along the beautiful promenade to DFO South Wharf, MCEC, Harbour Town, Melbourne Observation Star Wheel, local & Portarlington cruises, Marvel Stadium, popular restaurants & the free tram to the city.Walk to all the following attractions along the gorgeous promenade Most popular landmarks: Marvel Stadium-1.2 km Southern Cross Station-1.6 km Crown Casino Melbourne-1.9 km Block Arcade Melbourne-2.6 km Flinders Street Station-2.7 km Rod Laver Arena-3.7 km Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne-3.9 km Melbourne Cricket Ground-4.2 km AAMI Park-4.2 km Flemington Racecourse-4.5 km Restaurants & Markets * Pizze Societe Cafe/Bar-0.5 km The Urban Hub Supermarket-0.5 km Corniche Restaurant Restaurant-0.8 km Mad Duck Cafe Cafe/Bar-0.8 km Conservatory at Crown Restaurant-1.9 km Dinner by Heston Blumenthal Restaurant-1.9 km South Melbourne Market Market-2.5 km *All distances are measured in straight lines. Actual travel distances may vary.”
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“beautiful township a short cycle ride away, visit the beach and the shops for some interesting local crafts. great cafes as well”
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“The main street in Carlton is Lygon street. Its a predominantly Italian area with lots of Italian style restaurants and cafes. It is in close proximity to the University of Melbourne so if you are visiting Carlton, its probably worth stopping by Melbourne Uni for a visit. ”
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“They say you can see the shiny baubles and shop lights of South Yarra from space. Once a hotbed of mini skirts, fake tans and binge drinking, South Yarra’s now known as a stylish riverside suburb full up on art galleries, cocktail lounges and sought-after real estate. Do If you’re planning a hit-and-run retail day, this is your zone of choice, with Prahran just to your south and Richmond a short tram or train ride north. Chapel Street is the main drag and it’s littered with vintage treasures, local designers and big wig international designers. Drink After hours, we recommend hitting Two Wrongs, a “fine diving” bar that mixes knockout cocktails and clever snacks with devil-may-care, somewhat ludicrous décor, then wandering over to Ramblr (or sibling venue Leonard’s House of Love) for a solid feed. Stay Stay #ontrend and book a stay at The Olsen, which boasts a huge collection of work by veteran Australian artist John Olsen (stepping into the lobby feels more like entering an art gallery than a boutique hotel). If you do one thing… Go for a walk around The Tan. Almost four kilometres of primo jogging real estate, the Tan is encircled by the beautiful surrounds of the Royal Botanic Gardens. ”
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“Excellent coffee, live music, cool bars, unique restaurants, Brunswick has it all!”
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“Endless food options - from your pub steak and chips, fusion, or authentic cuisine food is a plenty here. Parking is a challenge, so prepare to park a little away and walk - not far and plenty to see to check out your options anyway. Otherwise, catch the train.”
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“The next suburb over, a short tram ride away, great food markets and parks (Albert Park Lake) in the neighborhood”
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“Port Melbourne is only a short tram ride away. Wander along Southbank Promenade to Clarendon St, where the bridge is at the end of the casino, and jump on the 109 tram heading away from the city. Alternatively, you can board the 109 from anywhere in Collins St in the city. You can easily spend a day here, looking at the huge cruise liners that arrive at Station Pier, wander past this to the historic Princes Pier and the modern foreshore walk, or choose one of many cafes and restaurants here or in Bay St for lunch or dinner. Walk along the walking trails or hire a push bike and follow the beach in the other direction towards St Kilda, and admire the variety of old and new foreshore buildings as you go.”
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“Lots of cafes, bars and restaurants. Also home to Prahran Market, great for foodies and fresh produce & flowers”
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“At the St Kilda end of Chapel street you'll find Windsor, a small suburb with all the hot spots to eat, drink and shop! ”
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“This is my neighborhood so I obviously love it. Here you'll find the best variety of local coffee shops, wine bars, pubs, antique stores and brunch spots. Walk over to Smith Street and Gertrude Street, a short 5 minute stroll away and you will find all this and more!”
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“The brightest jewel of the west is arguably Footscray: a melting pot (or wok pan) of cultures spanning from Vietnam to Ethiopia. The migrant communities that have come to call Footscray home have in turn given back to the suburb with touches of their home countries, which means you can scoop up a goat curry with fresh injera, slip up pho and hunt down the best cannoli in town all in the same street. Eat Footscray’s main market is the Footscray Market and it’s here you’ll find exotic fruits, cheap butchers, fresh seafood and specialty stores selling Chinese sauces and Mexican condiments. Don’t leave before you pull up a stool at the mini eateries selling Vietnamese street food like banh mi. The brunch options around the ‘Scray rival those of the inner north (give Rudimentaryand Footscray Milking Station a go); you can get your pizza and beer on at Back Alley Sally’s; and then, of course, there’s the local legends at 8bit, a video game-themed diner dishing up shakes, loaded fries and some of the best burgers in Melbourne. Do Hot on the heels of the suburb’s foodie reputation is its growing arts scene, thanks in most part to the Footscray Community Arts Centre (FCAC), a central hub for cultural expression, contemporary arts and community involvement.  Stay Spend the night at the Plough Hotel, a multitasking space that’s part restaurant, part bar and part hotel with 11 boutique rooms that provide a minimalist yet comfortable space for guests to retreat to. If you do one thing… You’ve gotta try the Ethiopian. Footscray’s east African community is the reason why Ethiopian cuisine has flourished alongside Vietnamese businesses on the main strip. Cafe Lalibela’s homestyle fare of curries served on the pancake-like injera is perfect for communal dining. ”
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