Launceston is located in the northern part of Tasmania, Australia. It is a small international city located at the mouth of the river. It is one of the few cities in the world surrounded by canyons. It is the third oldest city in Australia, with a large number of historical buildings and landscapes. It is famous for its excellent local products and food. The quaint streets are full of exquisite English-style old buildings, strolling through them, it is as if you are in medieval Europe, England.
Tasmania’s second largest city, but it’s really small and small. The main block is just two streets. It is quiet during the day and night. You can cruise by boat. The scenery on both sides of the strait is quiet and beautiful. There are large supermarkets where you can easily buy food, and there are many green spaces in the city. Twenty minutes by taxi to the airport is almost there. There are many flights to Sydney and Melbourne.
I think it is worth going here. The buildings on the main street are of different styles and they are so beautiful. The city is not big, with a few square streets, you can just walk around. I like the post office, the brick-red building with a bell tower. In the setting sun, it was brilliant. At 8 o'clock, I was walking down the street, and suddenly there was a melodious and vigorous bell ringing. It felt very special, as if I had passed through the old days. It is estimated that there will be a bell ringing every hour. It is a special city~