Food and Wine Small-Group Walking Tour
Cafe and Coffee Culture Walking Tour
Lanes and Arcades Walking Tour
of the Queen Victoria Market
Queen Victoria Market is bust inner-city market to the top end of
the Central Business District.
market has a huge range of stalls - selling clothing, souvenirs
and hand crafts - and a host of eateries where you can grab a coffee
or bite to eat.
of my favourite things to do at the market is people watch as you
see a wide cross-section of the city coming through the historic
site which is known locally as the Vic Market.
Melburnians go to the Vic Market for its huge range of fresh and
food halls are just fabulous - and the heritage shop fronts and
arcades are too - as well as being filled with wonderful things
hams, fish, seafood, cheeses, breads ... oh I could go on but I'm
getting hungry at the thought of the Provelon cheese we got there
and ate during our journey down the Great Ocean Road.
Queen Victoria Market is open five days a week - Tuesday and Thursday
is on the corner of Elizabeth and Victoria streets in the CBD and
you can enter it from Elizabeth St, Victoria St, Peel St or Therry
you have an hour or two to spare then you should make the effort
to see the food halls at least.