Exploring the Markets in Melbourne

Melbourne is an even better venue folks who loves food. The state is renowned for the bountiful foods which are presented in various ways. There you can access the different outlets of foods from restaurants, food chain, café and food stalls. Yet most if the locals prefer to cook its own dish uniquely and well presented from the freshness ingredients. Among the markets locations are cited below:

The Queen Victoria Market 

The QVM or Queen Victoria market is the most well known place flocked by Melbournians. This is located at the corner of Victoria streets. It’s an open market so anyone can go over and pick the best products from clothes, drinks, foods, accessories and more. A seven hectare space would offer almost everything that you need, whatever cultural cuisine you wanted to cook and promote. You might as well love to buy stuffs at “night market” hours, every Wednesday at this season. Moreover, it’s now a wi-fi zone, free of access. If you are a tourist, have some time to go to the market.

Rose Street Artists Market 

While the QVM offers more of the made imported and local items, the rose street showcases the artistic masterpiece of dealers on arts and crafts. This is full of amazing souvenir items that are perfectly great for tourist as well. Located at 60 Rose Street, Fitzroy.

Prahran Market 

The Prahan talks all about food, cuisines and specialty. This is famous for the best Melbourne delis and been running as the oldest market in the country. This is located at 163-185 Commercial Rd, South Yarra. Book online for your delivery in case you find a tight schedule of visiting them.