Here are 7 things to do when visiting Melbourne and surrounding suburbs.
Sink your teeth into a meat pie at the MCG.
This makes an unique and truely Melbourne experience, by catching a train from A or a tram from Collins St.
Walk along the Yarra River up to Melbourne Park Tennis Center and even listen to the music beside the Yarra River.
Also, don't forget to visit AAMI Park and watch the local football.
Melbourne is known the world over as the coffee capital of the world.
The lane ways around the Melbourne CBD has many little coffee shops like; Park Hyatt, St Ali or Seven Seeds that customers cue up for hours to enjoy their latte.
Melbourne's Queen Victoria Market is a well known tourist destination throughout Victoria and Australia and even internationally.
Eat your savories from the Deli section of the Queen Vic Market, or queue fro piping hot doughnuts.
Rug up warmly against the cold Melbourne nights but enjoy the famous night markets which on every Wednesday.
Summer in Melbourne also has a night market which runs from November to March each year.
Dandenong market, in Melbourne south east suburbs, has fast become known as the multicultural market destination.
Melbourne's suburbs, only a short 40 minute drive from the CBD and you can be tasting middle eastern food.
You can also take tours and visit the suburbs like Southbank, Spotswood, Altona.
Watch a show at one of Melbourne's favorite theaters, which also has a resident ghost of the name; "Federici" who haunts this theatre in Melbourne.
The ghost has been seen by many people who live in Melbourne, and many waterproofing contractors working on the repairs have seen.
Melbourne CBD has some tall and distinguished skyscrapers and offer magnificent views of Melbourne suburbs and metropolitan area.
Eureka Towers offer the very best views of Melbourne and surrounding suburbs, and must-do for tourists.
Eureka Towers is the tallest building in Melbourne CBD and located in Southbank, a very popular construction area of Melbourne.
Rialto Towers was one of the best construction and waterproofing contractors in Melbourne and needed to be the tallest building in Melbourne CBD and located in Southbank, a very popular construction area of Melbourne.
Melbourne is known as the "eating" capital of Australia and has many specialist restaurants and bakery.
They are so popular you will have to queue for this - though the wait is worth it.
Best idea is to book, before you go to a Melbourne restaurant.
The South Melbourne Market is different to the Queen Vic market, there is the famous dim sims, that are enormous.
The famous dims sims are freshly made daily and ready to go.
Also once you have found these, feel free to explore the Melbourne Market and discover all that it has to offer.