A Travel Guide to Sydney
Sydney, a city that has a potential to win any visitor merely at its looks and climate, has now counted amongst the world’s best travel city. Known for its unique attractions, historic buildings, harbor and beautiful weather, Sydney successfully bagged the title of the most beautiful cities on the planet.
Sydney is massive that is widely stretched nearly 80 km (50 mi)from top to bottom and about 70 km (43 mi) across. The harbor divides the city into two halves northern and southern. The major attractions of Sydney such as the unique Sydney Opera House, the Bondi Beach, the world Heritage Blue Mountains and lots more. Undoubtedly, the city offers most fabulous sights where one can obtain a beautiful blend of both natural forest and fast flowing Wentworth waterfalls.
Best Time to Go
One of the best things about Sydney is that no time is the wrong time to visit. As the city is in the Sothern Hemisphere, the seasons are reversed. While December to February marks the advent of summer and June to August winder. Spring starts in September and begins with festive mood and the flowers Manly Jazz Festival on Australian Labor Day. The city records the maximum temperature of 40 degrees in summer while winters are cool and comfy.
- Cocktails at the Icebergs Club and sub-baked crowds of Bondi Breach
- Sydney Opera House, that landmark building famous architectural history
- Verdant parks, glamorous and glittering beaches
- Taronga Zoo’s animal concerts that regularly join the chorus during the annual twilight at Taronga concert series
Shimmering Sydney Harbor: The world famous Sydeny Opera House, is jewel of the city that further add to its extravagant beauty. Built on the waterfront, the Opera House is accessible through Circular Quay via ferries, trains or even buses. Known for hosting more than 2000 operas, dances and marvelous performances throughout the year, makes the Opera House number one place to visit. Harbour Bridge, The Heart of Sydney, The Sydney Tower, Luna Park with huge Ferris Wheel and Darling Harbor continue to attract massive visitors every year. To add adventure to pleasure, the Bridge climb takes you along catwalks, ladders towards the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the discovery climb takes you within the heart of Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Sydney Harbour National Park signifies the separated areas of native bush land of the harbor and dotted within the walking tracks. If you are feeling bit tired then you can pave the way towards crowded Bondi Beach and dine on the selected range of restaurant and your culinary fancy.
With all the attractions above, gear up for a trip to Sydney and have a holiday of your dreams!