Melbourne, a decidedly chic metropolitan city, is known as a haven for shoppers. So many are the choices, Melbourne is divided into shopping districts. Melbourne 's principal shopping areas are found in Melbourne 's inner city area and suburbs. A sampling of what Melbourne offers, but definitely not comprehensive, is Bourke Street home to larger department stores and Collins Street offering high end merchandise. Melbourne's Central Business District offers unique apparel and handmade items by local artisans, as well as quaint bookstores.
Melbourne 's ethnic neighborhoods are its Chinatown area, known for its great cuisine, on Little Bourke Street and Melbourne's Greektown on Lonsdale Street known for its stores and restaurants. If you are looking for more ethnic food or just plain good food, Melbourne 's Southgate offers everything from Mexican food to hot dogs and baked potatoes. Southbank is home to designer labels and jewelry while Toorak Road is home to around 400 shops.
Gaining access to all of Melbourne 's great shopping deals is simplified by one of its Melbourne Shopping Spree Tours where you can purchase designer labels in a warehouses and factories. Any number of items is located in the warehouses, and factories of Melbourne , like apparel, designer handbags, and house wares. Transportation to the area is also a simplified way of avoiding the headaches of shopping in a popular location.
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