• Stop 16 - Kay St / Nicholson St

    Start at the Rose St. Artist's Market. Rummage around stalls packed with homewares, accessories, jewellery and more, to find artistic and design gems unique to Melbourne. Feeling a bit peckish? The Fitzroy Mills Market is right next door, boasting the best in artisan food, drink and products, grown and crafted by local producers.

    Wander over to Brunswick Street, a great spot for shopping, eating and people watching. Take in the spectacular view of the city from the many rooftop bars in the area, such as Naked Upstairs, the Provincial Hotel or Upside Rooftop and Bar.

    Alternatively, wander up Lygon Street, to sample the best of Melbourne's Italian precinct. Head to the Carlton Wine Room for a vino and sit-down snack, or try newcomers Agostino and Johnny's Green Room on for size.

    Once you've wined and dined, hop back on the 96 tram to continue your journey south, towards the city.

  • Stop 11 - Melbourne Museum / Nicholson Street

    Stop outside the Royal Exhibition Building, one of Melbourne's best-known heritage structures. Close by are the Carlton Gardens, a popular spot among locals for walks, picnics, or simply laing the hours away.

    Wine bars are a plenty in this part of town. Stop into the Marion for a moment's pause and continue on to Cutler and Co, for drinks and small bar snacks.

    Wander along Gertrude Street, another of Melbourne's thriving foodie and nightlife destinations. Pick from a range of bars and pubs, such as The Everleigh, Tamura Sake Bar, Evie's Disco Diner and the Builder's Arms Hotel.

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