Melbourne is the capital of Australia’s Victoria state. The coastal city boasts a dynamic cultural scene, beautiful natural landscapes and historical attractions. Check out these spots on your visit to Melbourne.
Located within Yarra Park, the colossal sports stadium hosts a variety of sporting and entertainment events. The stadium is also home to the National Sports Museum, which will reopen in February 2020 following renovations.
This contemporary art museum is Australia’s oldest, largest and most-visited art museum. Founded in 1861, the museum boasts a large collection of Australian and international art. Open daily, general admission is free.
Now a museum, the Old Melbourne Gaol was a prison, 1842–1924. It housed some of Australia’s most notorious criminals. The prison was briefly used as a detention barracks during World War II. The museum is open daily. Admission costs $28.
The picturesque gardens were founded in 1846. Spanning almost 90 acres, the gardens are home to 8,500 different species of plants. There is another location in Cranbourne that comprises the entire royal garden. Open daily, admission is free.
The popular open-air market has been in operation since 1878. It is set on about 17 acres. Today, the market boasts a variety of food stalls, specialty shops and restaurants. There are foodie and educational tours available, too.
With COVID-19 bringing out some uncertainty, more people are booking travel insurance for their upcoming trips. The travel insurance market is projected to reach $99 billion by 2030. With travel insurance on the rise, two questions are raised: How can travel retailers cash in on this demand to make auxiliary money? How do vacationers decide if they need travel insurance and what policy is right for them?
Immerse yourself in the incredible history, culture, cuisine and undeniable beauty of the Old World on a Celebrity European cruise vacation. Whether you’re traveling in the beautiful Mediterranean or visiting the iconic cities of Northern Europe, there are plenty of ways to embrace the best of everything in the region.
You may be good at using up all your vacation days, but how good are you at actually staying completely unplugged from work during those vacation days? According to a new study from Longwoods International, more American travelers and workers are drawing a clear line between work and play, leaving the office fully behind while on vacation.
There’s plenty of reasons to head to the picturesque and historic city of Bath, England, in all seasons, but winter sees it transform into an inviting and joyful scene of festivals, markets and lights. Looking for more reasons to visit Bath this winter? Look no further:
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Variety Cruises calls itself the cruise company for non-cruisers. The small-ship cruise line caters to travelers in numbers of just a few dozen at a time, taking them on voyages to luxurious destinations such as Tahiti, West Africa, Egypt and Israel.