Soak in the beauty of Sydney
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About Sydney Tourism
The city of Sydney, Australia is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is full of fun activities for the millions of visiting tourists. Whatever be the activity that one is interested in, they can indulge in it on the Sydney trip. Walking on the wild side with a visit to the National Park, taking a trip to the museum, seeing the sites, or even lying at the beachside or swimming in the water, there is no restriction to what people can do there. Those who love sightseeing, locating iconic landmarks and explore the city will have their share of fun as well. There is something for everyone in Sydney tourism.
Tourist Attractions in Sydney:
On an excursion to Sydney, one can have the time of their life while enjoying sightseeing of major attractions and indulging in some unusual adventure activities. Visit splendid beaches like Bondi, Manly and Balmoral to partake in watersports like snorkelling and scuba diving and feel some adrenaline rush. Encompassing a bounty of offerings for an explorer and adventurer, Sydney boasts many attractions, including Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour and more that leave tourists spellbound.
1. Sydney Opera House:
The Opera House is one of the sights that everyone can relate to Australia, even if they do not visit Sydney. It is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, with five different spaces for dance, songs, concerts, opera and theatre. One can experience the area best by taking a guided tour.
2. Sydney Harbour Bridge:
Affectionately called 'coat hanger' due to its shape, the Sydney Harbour Bridge takes most people by surprise, as it is deceptively large. One can experience exploring it best by taking a walk along its length by climbing up the stairs to the footpath on the Eastern Side. The Western Side has a bike path for those wanting to choose a different method.
3. Bondi Beach:
Bondi Beach is significant for being the closest beach to the ocean from the city of Sydney. The waves are good for people who want to experience a rough swimming experience in warmish water temperature. The beach is also the perfect place to learn surfing and also practice, with two sandbars on either side.
4. Darling Harbour:
With the bars and the restaurants in Cockle Bay, King Street Wharf, and Barangaroo South, and the Pyrmont of the Western side with casinos and motorways, there is something special about the harbour which makes everyone feels like they belong there.
5. The Rocks:
The Rocks are one of the more historic sites of Sydney, with lanes hidden in the shadows of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. This area is rife with tourists due to the nearness and views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and there are old pubs, restaurants and the famous weekend market here.
Popular Foods in Sydney:
Don’t forget to satiate the big foodie inside you on a tour to Sydney. Head to some famous restaurants and splurge on popular foods in Sydney that you can’t miss out on! Do munch on the Cheese Wheel at Buffalo Dining Club, Brewnut at Brewtown Newtown, the Charcoal Chicken at Frangos, the Hummus at Thievery, the Steak Tartare at Hubert and more.
Top Beaches in Sydney:
Either you are a surfer and snorkeler, Sydney boasts sheer number of amazing beaches to cater interests of every tourists. Choose to stroll around or indulge in water sports at some famous beaches, like: Collins Flat Beach, Milk Beach, Bondi Beach, Shelly Beach, Manly Beach, Palm Beach, and more, and add some memories to your lifetime.
Top Nightlife Spots in Sydney:
Get to enjoy an exhilarating nightlife in Sydney while indulging in rhythms and cranking up the volume at famous nightlife spots such as: The Victoria Room, Lansdowne Hotel, Candy’s Apartment, Hemmesphere, Slip Inn and many more. Do visit to these nightlife spots to cherish the lively atmosphere of Sydney and have a gala time like never before!
Top Markets in Sydney:
Let the shopaholic in you have an exciting time while strolling around the lively markets of Sydney, including the Glebe Market, which is known for its quirky homewares and artwork sales. Other than that, Queen Victoria Building, Strand Arcade and Paddy’s Market can be visited for the vintage-style items. Finally, the most exciting of the lot is the Friday Food Fair and the following Weekend Market at the Rocks. You will find a variety of commodities like clothes, jewellery, accessories, art, paintings, electronics, handmade things, photographs, ceramics and many others at these markets. There are also quite a few malls to do retail shopping from on your Sydney travel.
So, get on this tour hassle-free as the best thing about Sydney is its brilliant public transport that makes local tours so easy. While from Sydney airport, one can get to the centre of the town in no time.
How to Reach Sydney
Read about the best & quickest routes to save time & money, as suggested by our travelers
Boarding a flight is the only and the best way to reach Sydney for India. With its busiest international airport, called Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport, one can enjoy a hassle-free journey to this exotic destination, as the airport is well-connected with the major cities of other countries. One can opt for Air India airline which operates the only direct flight covering the distance between the two countries in around 12 hours 25 minutes. Besides that, there are other connecting flights flown by carriers like Jet Airways, Qantas, Malaysia Airlines and Thai Airways which take around 15 to 25 hours of time to cover the distance. It is recommended to book a flight in advance in order to find cheap flights from Delhi to Sydney.
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FAQ's of Sydney
Read on to find out why our customers love us!
English is the official language of Australia and is spoken and understood by a majority of the population.
One can board trains, trams, buses and also hire taxis for commutation.
Australian Dollars (AUD), are accepted in Sydney.
Sydney has over 70 beaches and harbour coves for tourists to enjoy at.
Yes, there are many Indian restaurants in Sydney, offering delicious fare.
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