ADD TO LISTSydney is Australia's largest city, although it is not the capital. Sydney's climate is temperate year round.
Sydney is a major tourist destination for Australia, and is the country's air hub with connections to Asia, Europe and the Americas.
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Hmmm where to begin? Sydney is a fabulous city, not only because it's on the coast and has the Opera House as a trademark but simply because it is still at a stage where we can call it a metropolitan city but isn't yet so terribly congested. And that is truly the beauty of the city, with lots of green and recreational areas.
But now to some insider tips:
- Do the Harbour Bridge Climb (it's breathtaking)
-Visit the Rocks and eat out in Darling Harbour (the atmosphere is great and relaxed): Restaurant recommendations: Angus Steak House, Jordan's seafood restaurant
- Take the monorail to get around town: Oh at the QVB exit there's an enormous bookshop (if you're looking for a book, they most probably will have it): Kinokunya Bookshop
- Stop at Star City, the QVB (old shopping arcade)
- Visit Tarronga Zoo
- Head to Bondi Beach for a weekend on the beach!
Sydney... I find Sydney a great and exciting city with so much to offer. The harbour is one of my favourite places to hang out on the water or catch a ferry over to Manly. But a good way to see the harbour is the catch the city ferry that does a 2 hour tour of the harbour and little inlets and some interesting facts. A nice city to walk around ( the Botanical gardens and Opera house ) and always feel safe.
Try going around the city by bike. You can go with a group bike tour (complete with a rented bike, helmet and tour guide) or you can rent your own bike. Its safe, it affords you to see much more of the city, its environment friendly and its good for your health.
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