Queen Victoria Market, popularly known as ‘Queen Vic’ amongst localities is one of the major Landmark places in Melbourne and a must-visit place on any tourist's list. It is one of the oldest 19th century markets surviving in CBD which is foodie’s mecca. It is significant place for localities and visitors alike for its variety of fruits, vegetables, seafood, meat, poultry, gourmet and deli food offerings it has in store for you. If you are good at bargaining then this is a place for you. This market also has diverse range of Clothes, jewellery, accessories, and hand-made arts and crafts items at affordable price.

Queen Victoria Market colorful surroundings

Queen Victoria Market colorful surroundings

Fruits stalls at market

Fruits stalls at market

Apparently one of the largest open-air markets in Southern Hemisphere spread over two city blocks and covering some seven hectares of place this market houses around 600 retail shops with wide variety of fresh food and other products. On Sundays this markets wears a Carnival look with variety of Stalls and street entertainers making all possible efforts to entice its visitors. This place always wears a lively look and bustles with people. You will see various Stall holders competing amongst each other to woo their customers which make this place even more interesting, no doubt why millions of tourist throngs this place every year due to its rich old-world charm.

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Published On: Friday, April 25th, 2014