Some of Melbourne's major museums are the Melbourne Museum, the Immigration Museum, the National Sports Museum and the National Galley of Victoria. Then there are many others, and the most important are concentrated in the areas along the Yarra River, another major attraction of the city. In fact this is crossed by numerous boats that give way to tourists to photograph wonderful views, which one would never expect a metropolis to offer.
This city is also known for Street Arts: here the most influential artists gather, you cannot help but notice the many and colorful graffiti that characterize streets like Union Lane, Yarra Place, Duckboard Place and AC/DC lane which since 2004 was called Corporation Lane, a name that was changed on October 1st in the same year in honor of the famous, largest Australian rock band.
In addition to culture, Melbourne also offers a lot of fun for all tastes: from festivals, discos, pubs, gatherings in cultural associations, through famous locations located on the highest floors of skyscrapers.
A must see are the two cathedrals, Saint Patrick and Saint Paul, located in the city center (CBD-Central Business District).