Welcome to one of the most distant places in the world
So, so, so far away, that in its beginnings it was conceived as a penal colony for 300 prisoners and 30 free settlers. For years, its inhabitants were exclusively convicts, whalers, and seal hunters. The best of each house, come on.
Little remains of that small colony founded in the early nineteenth century by Colonel David Collins beyond its history and a valuable historical heritage. At the dawn of the second decade of the XNUMXst century, Hobart prides itself on being a privileged enclave (for many, one of the most beautiful places in the world) able to combine the best of a modern city with the best of the wildest nature: beach, forests, mountains and nature reserves surround it, configuring an impressive landscape in which, in addition, one lives very well: it is the cheapest city in Australia, which makes it an even more interesting destination.
Like any city in the world, Hobart has its pros and cons, although as in any city in Australia the good wins by a landslide. Read on and let's discover Hobart together!