Magnificent Melbourne Morning City Tours
Spend an unforgettable half-day in the alluring city of Melbourne. You'll see the famous Captain Cook’s cottage, stroll through botanical gardens and admire the rich architecture of the city.
In particular, you can choose among 3 different tour options:
Magnificent Melbourne "classic" tour
This tour will take you to discover the secrets of of the city like a local. You'll visit Captain Cook's Cottage, Queen Victoria Market, Fitzroy Gardens and Albert Park, home to the Australian Grand Prix. Then you can stroll the Royal Botanic Gardens, see the Royal Exhibition Buildings and Federation Square. You'll also have the chance to visit the Shrine of Remembrance and see the Southbank waterfront precinct. Admire some of the city's architecture including St. Paul's Cathedral and the Princess and Regent theatres. Towards the end, you'll cross the Bolte Bridge for great city views on this fun half day adventure! Total duration: around 3.5 hours.
Magnificent Melbourne tour with Yarra River Cruise
Once your city sights tour (the Magnificent Melbourne "classic" tour) is completed, hop on board with Melbourne River Cruises and take in the sights of Melbourne from the Yarra River. Cruise on the river to discover a great deal about the rich maritime history as you meander past the 19th Century sailing ship ‘Polly Woodside’, Melbourne’s docklands and wharfs. You’ll also see the enormous Crown Casino, the Melbourne Aquarium and some great city views from a new perspective. Total duration: around 4 hours and 45 minutes.
Magnificent Melbourne tour with Eureka Skydeck
When you finish with our Magnificent Melbourne "classic" tour, in less than 40 seconds you will arrive at Level 88 of the Eureka Tower. Experience the awe-inspiring 360 degree floor-to-ceiling views of Melbourne at the Eureka Skydeck. Nothing you have ever experienced will prepare you for the awe-inspiring view of Melbourne from the Southern Hemisphere’s highest viewing platform. Total duration: around 3.5 hours (plus time spent in the Eureka Tower).