Best cities for men to live in: place 24

– Melbourne is a snapshot of modern urban area, and can fulfill any metropolitan fantasy.
– Melbourne is the sporting capital of Australia. Winning championships in almost every major national sporting league (AFL, rugby, soccer), with annually hosts world-class events: ex. Australian Open Grand Slam tennis tournament.
– The city hosts international fixtures such as the Melbourne International Film Festival and the International comedy festival.

– The National Gallery of Victoria shows works by Picasso, Rembrandt, Bernini, and Tiepolo regularly.
– From the sophistication of Greville Street’s fashion strip to the unmistakable character of the CBD’s boutiques, Melbourne is arguably one of the worlds very best, and is ranked as the world’s most livable city three times in the past decade by various publications.

– 2009 is a year that will see Melbourne expand rapidly. Melbourne is a business hub in its own right, home of five out of 10 of the country’s biggest companies.
– Melbourne recently overtook Sydney as the strongest local tourist economy.
– Continues to develop its superior transport and infrastructure system, with a brand new world-class stadium.

– Melbourne will host the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, as well as the Melbourne Cup racing carnival.
– is at the center of the Australian male shortage: There are over 70,000 extra females in the central urban district alone – not a bad predicament to be in, you’d have to say.
– Average cost of a pint of beer in a bar in this city is $6.00 / Top 29 avg. is $4.48