Melbourne, also known as The Queen City and the birthplace of Australian football and cricket, is the capital and second largest city in Australia and it is located in the southeast.
With low levels of poverty and unemployment, and high levels of quality education and health, among other factors, it has been considered for the fourth consecutive year by The Economist Intelligence Unit as the best city to live in the world.
And this great Australian city has it all, for the adventurous foreigners who want to start their adventure in it either for work or study.
Furthermore Melbourne is also internationally one of the most preferred by youngsters to know other cultures, finish college or higher education and as language study destinations.
For your stay in it, besides enjoying the beach atmosphere and its Street Art, you have many tourist and historical options such as: Cathedral of San Patricio, its Center for the Arts Victoria or Real Botanical Garden.
As in other Australian cities where the official language is English, it is advisable to find a good language school before moving here.
To get around it in your day to day the best options are: tram and bus.
With an oceanic climate, Melbourne is known for the sudden climate changes. Its winters are colder than other parts of the country, and In summers you can enjoy good warm temperatures, so you will enjoy its amazing beaches!