Tuesday, 26 April 2016

TOUR OF THE WEEK: City Sightseeing Tour with Melbourne River Cruise $83

Melbourne has long been a favourite city for Australians and tourists alike. It has everything you’d hope for in a city; a great dining destination, incredible shopping, fun activities for all ages, and eclectic neighborhoods to explore. Melbourne may be Australia’s favourite city, and with events like the Australian Open, Grand Prix, and the Melbourne Cup, we can see why the whole world has fallen in love with Melbourne too.

If you’ve been to Melbourne before or if it’s your first time, seeing the city by boat and coach is one of the best views and experiences you could ask for. Melbourne River Cruise offers a fantastic view of the city, as well as a look into the rich culture of the city.

On the City Sightseeing with Melbourne River Cruise, you will view the beautiful city skyline from the Yarra River, which flows through the middle of the town, as well as see the early
beginnings of the city at the blue stone wharves. Have a relaxing lunch on the boat as your cruise through the town and enjoy the views.

But the tour doesn’t stop with just a boat cruise. The coach bus tour is where you get to see more of what Melbourne has on offer. The long list of locations the bus visits highlights the best of Melbourne including: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Royal Botanic Gardens, King Domain Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance, St. Kilda, Etihad Stadium, and much more. This tour includes an interactive guide that tells the story and history of the city in the comfort of a coach. Stops to famous locations such as the Brighton Bathing Boxes and the Bolte Bridge
will provide great views as well as fantastic photo opportunities.

The tour stops for afternoon tea at local cafe after walking the lovely streets of fashionable St.Kilda and Fitzroy neighborhoods. Other main shopping spots the tour covers are Chapel St., Elwood, and Brighton. If you think the tour stops here, think again. This tour is meant to hit all of the big features of Melbourne, and it doesn’t disappoint. For Formula 1 fans, the tour stops of at Albert Park, home to the F1 Grand Prix races held every year in the city.

If you’re short on time, and want to see Melbourne from a different point-of-view, the Melbourne City Sightseeing Tour is a great option for you. If you’re looking for a great full-day of entertainment and history, book now.

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