Melbourne : séjournez au cœur de la ville
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Melbourne Star at it's peak height of 120 metres - the equivalent of a 40 storey building, will provide uninterrupted 360-degree panoramic views of Melbourne, Port Phillip Bay and the surrounding area up to 40 kilometres away.
Melbourne Star Wheel is only 15 min from Europa Melbourne, simply catch the 220 Metro bus around the corner in Latrobe Street heading towards Spencer Street & get off at Waterfront City on Footscray Road which is then a short walk to Star wheel.
Luna Park Melbourne
Overlooking the famous Port Phillip Bay, this historic park has been a destination for Melbourne tourists for the past century.
Luna Park offers a range of attractions for all ages from mini roller coasters such as the Silly Serpent, to nail biting thrill rides such as the Pharaoh’s Curse and Power Surge. A day at Luna Park cannot be missed when visiting Melbourne.
Located in St Kilda it's easy to get to Luna Park from Europa Melbourne (37 min), simply catch Tram no. 96 on the corner of Queen & Bourke Streets stopping right outside Luna Park.
A visit to Melbourne Museum is a rich and surprising insight into the life of Victoria. The Museum offers intriguing permanent collections and brings to life brilliant temporary exhibitions from near and far. You'll see natural environment, cultures and history through different perspectives. The Museum is open daily from 10am to 5pm & tickets are available on entry.
The Museum is a short Bus ride away (12 min), simply turn left into Lonsdale Street from Queen Street & catch Bus no.250 or 251 on the corner of Lonsdale & Hardware Streets towards Elizabeth Street. Get off Rathdowne Street where a short walk to Museum.
Etihad Stadium generates a colosseum like effect for patrons and participants; when officially opened the state-of-the-art stadium also introduced a new level of comfort and facilities for Melbourne sports fans.
Take a “Behind the Scenes” tour of Etihad Stadium. Visit the AFL players’ change rooms, the players/coaches’ briefing room, the coaches’ box, experience the feel of walking up the AFL umpires’ tunnel and much more. Visit the Media Centre where the coaches go ‘head-to-head’ at the conclusion of an AFL match with the media. At the same time inspect the room, which also doubles as the AFL Tribunal.
We're only 8 min away, simply hop onto Tram no.20 around the corner on Latrobe Street & arriving at D1-Etihad Stadium.
Please visit Etihad website for tour ticketing information on www.etihadstadium.com.au/tours/
Over 250 species from around the world can be found in the beautifully landscaped settings of Melbourne Zoo.
Stroll through lush Asian and African rainforests, Australian bushland and even underwater! Walk where tigers roam and monkeys swing from tree to tree. See eye-to-eye with Orang-utans in their special elevated exhibit, explore the Trail of Elephants, then head down the bush track to see unique Australian wildlife including koalas, kangaroos, wombats and emus. Submerge yourself in their underwater world to see Victoria's iconic Little Penguins and Australian Fur Seals.
There is something new to see and do each season at Melbourne Zoo. The new Lion Gorge experience will have you come face-to-face with the magnificent African Lion bachelor group. In the experience you will also see the new African Wild Dog pack settling into their new home, as well as be amazed by the critically endangered Philippines Crocodile
Only 22 min from Europa, simply walk down Latrobe street heading to William Street where there at Flagstaff Station catch Tram no. 55 to towards Coburg getting off at stop no. 25 where a 2 min walk to Melbourne Zoo.
Home to major cultural attractions, world-class events, tourism experiences and an exceptional array of restaurants, bars and specialty stores, this modern piazza has become the heart and soul of Melbourne.
To get there, simply walk down Latrobe Street towards Elizabeth Street, where there you can take a number of Trams like no.19, 57 or 59 which take you straight to Flinders Street Station next to Federation Square.
Royal Botanical Gardens
The Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria is one of the world's leading botanic gardens and a centre of excellence for horticulture, science and education. You can visit or travel through the landscapes of Australia with an experienced guide while taking in the sights, sounds and smells of this unique continent.
Please see website, www.rbg.vic.gov.au for information of current attractions including tours.
Being in the heart of the city, there are many routes to tourist destinations from Europa. A simple way to travel to Botanic Gardens would be to walk along Latrobe Street (around the corner) heading down to Elizabeth Street & catching Tram no.8 travelling along Lygon Street towards Toorak. Gett off stop no. 21-Dallas Brooks Dr/Domain Rd (Melbourne City) where by a short walk down Domain Rd & turning right onto Birkwood Avenue & left onto Tan Track where a minute walk from there.