Welcome to Sydneythe Harbour City

This destination on the other side of the world attracts large numbers of determined tourists every year. Determined why? Because it takes at least 20 hours to fly to Australia.

Nevertheless, you’ll hardly be disappointed with the trip. Today, we’re putting down our suitcases in Sydney.

A must-haveto visit

Known to all and probably Sydney’s most famous landmark, come and contemplate the famous Sydney Opera House. The Opera House is located in a particularly lively district, the Harbourfront.

You’ll find plenty of restaurants, bars and beautiful viewpoints. From this corner of town, you’ll also have a beautiful view of the Harbor Bridge. For the more courageous, it’s possible to climb it.

A littlegreenery

We continue our visit with the Sydney Botanic Gardens.

In fact, it’s right next to the Opera House. It’s the perfect place to relax and contemplate exotic animals in the wild!

Takethe boat

If you love views, then we really recommend a boat trip around the bay.

From the shore, you’ll have a breathtaking view of the Opera House, the Bridge and the Skyline. Another way to appreciate Australia’s megalopolis.

Going for a walkthrough the neighborhoods

Back on the mainland, Sydney is made up of numerous neighborhoods with their own identities .

The Rocks comes to mind . This is the city’s oldest district, with its pretty cobbled streets. In another style, the Newton district is really nice. Ideal for strolling around and browsing thrift shops.

The monumentsnot to be missed

Let’s take a look at Sydney’s other landmarks. First of all, the Sydney Tower is really cool at sunset. It offers a 360° view of the city.

Also, check out Sydney’s St. Mary’s Cathedral. It’s the city’s largest cathedral. You’ll find it close to the Botanical Gardens and Hyde Park. (Yes, the same name as London 😉 ).

Taking the timeon the beach

Finally, let’s talk about the beaches surrounding Sydney.

Let’s start with the best-known: Bondi beach. This is the beach where you want to stroll, take surfing lessons and work on your tan. Particularly popular with tourists and locals alike, it’s not to be missed.
From here, you can set off on a hike that will take you to Bronte beach. It’s a particularly pleasant walk. Take a dip in the ocean pool and enjoy the view.

But if you come to Sydney, you’ll soon realize that when it comes to beaches, you’re spoilt for choice. We also recommend you visit Manly beach. It lies opposite Bondi beach, to the north-east of the city. It’s a bit like Bondi Beach. Small cafés and restaurants, surfers and fine sand. The perfect combo to make you feel like you’re on vacation.

Visit theBlues Mountains

Finally, let’s end this article on a wilder note. If you have the time and the opportunity, then go and discover Blues Mountains National Park. The park is open all year round. There are restaurants and refuges if you want to spend several days there.

It’s the perfect place for nature lovers. Hiking, biking, canyoning, abseiling. You’re bound to find an activity to suit your taste.

Take time to appreciate the park’s 30 points of interest. You’ll find maps and more explanations inside the park.

This article from the other side of the world ends here. There’s a lot to discover, so get out there, and don’t forget to update your booklet! 😉

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