Take your English course in the Melbourne, a modern city combining the laid-back Australian way of live with a multicultural atmosphere.
With its colonial houses from the Victorian era and cuisine influenced by immigrants from Asia, Greece and Italy, as soon as you arrive in Melbourne you will notice that this is a city that mixes cultural influences from all corners of the world. One of the best places to experience Melbourne’s melting pot of cultures is at the Queen Victoria Market. This is the largest open-air market in the southern hemisphere with 600 traders selling delicacies from far-flung corners of the globe, as well as being the focal point of many of the city’s cultural events.
Melbourne is made up of a variety of inner-city neighborhoods that are filled with trendy bars, cafes, restaurants and festivals. Visit Fitzroy, Collingwood or Brunswick after hours to get a taste of the city’s famous live music scene, best enjoyed in one of the city’s historic pubs. If you fancy travelling outside of the city, there are prize-winning vineyards, ancient rainforests and a rugged coastline waiting to be discovered within the region.