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Sydney – An Island for your soul harbour!

‘The Emerald City’, as the Australians call it, resides as the capital of New South Wales. Sydney is the largest city in the Australian continent.
The name ‘Sydney’ comes from that fact that it is a wide island, south of the water.

Mostly, people converse in English but there are a few places where you will get to hear several Asian dialects.

To get a look at the best beaches in the world, visit the initial capital city of Australia – Sydney!

What is the best time to visit?

Sydney gets warm summers from the months of November to February where the temperature can go up to a maximum of 80 degrees. It witnesses mild winters from the month of June till August.

Don’t forget your sunscreen and over sized hats if you’re planning to visit in summer or a simple jacket and sweatshirt if the winter of Sydney calls out to you!

Which ones should be the topmost priority places on your itinerary?

All of us have seen the ‘Sydney Opera House’ at the cinema and seeing it in real will make your arm hair jump up! So, that’s a must!

East to the opera house are the green ‘Royal Botanical Gardens’ where your picnic excursions can take place.

Visit the Darling Harbour docks and play with the aquarium fishes. Get the best nightlife at ‘The rocks’ near the ‘Sydney Harbour Bridge’, another marvellous architecture! Another place that never sleeps is the red-light district, famous by the name ‘King’s Cross’.

City center is the main business district full of museums you can visit for free.

Also, visit the cosmopolitan community once, known as ‘Double Bay’ for plenty of shopping and eating. For exclusive shopping, go to the William street. While coming back, stroll through the Queen Victoria Building for the best road view of the city.

Apart from that, Bondi Beach is really popular but crowded most of the time.

Where to eat the best Australian Cuisine?

Uber cute cafes surround the Surry hills where you can indulge in coffee brunches along with pies and peas.

Café Sydney near the Opera house and Harbour bridge will give you a bird’s eye view of the Opera house and will offer you modern Australian cuisine with cocktails on the outdoor terrace. Add it to your itinerary if you haven’t already!

If you want to indulge in non-vegetarian cuisine, go to the ‘Australian Heritage hotel’ for the taste warming Kangaroo, emu and even crocodile pizzas!

Where to stay and how to travel cheaply in the Harbour capital?

For looking at the Opera house at dusk and dawn, stay at locations called ‘The Rocks’ or ‘Circular quay’. For a pool hotel or vacation rental, book a room in Central Sydney.

Also, for luxurious stays, explore ‘Surry hills’ for more expensive options.

To travel easy and affordable, get an ‘Opal Card’ that will get you on all the trains, buses, ferries and light rails.

The real secret is going around the city on foot and taking in the Sydney aura one step at a time!