Australia Sydney - Travel Advice

Australia Sydney Tour - Travel Advice

Sidney-is the biggest city in Australia, with a population in its metropolitan area is the capital of New South Wales and was the settlement of the first British colony in Australia

Sydney weather - has a humid subtropical climate with mild summers and cold winters with low precipitation. The climate is moderated by proximity to the sea, and extreme temperatures are recorded in the inner western suburbs. The hottest month is January.

Where to stay? 
The Glebe - The neighborhood where most travelers prefer to stay is the Glebe, which has a continuous activity for 24 hours. Here the fun and nightlife go hand in hand. By all accounts, exchange houses and souvenir shops are interspersed with the most varied restaurants menus. However, there are hundreds of cafes, pubs, nightclubs and sex shops that attention of passers misleading, but always is well guided by the signposts.

A recommended route to move around the city is the slow ferries that sail across the bay, from Miltons Point, located in the North Bay. It has one of the best views of Sydney Harbour Bridge in the foreground, and the Opera in the background. After crossing the bridge is recommended to walk and climb the south tower, from where the view over the city is spectacular.

However I was able to visit many places in the city. For once, I left the museum side, for Sydney, unlike Melbourne, is not a city where culture is emphasized. I think we can easily realize the cost of living in a city, just by looking at the rates of transport! Sydney is a very expensive city, almost equal to Paris. Speaking of Paris, a few small pieces reminded me of the City of Light! I found Sydney dirtier than other cities of Australia. However, it should qualify, we are far from Paris, it's still very light! But when you're used to the clean, sanitized view, it is difficult!

Sydney Trains-Commuter trains also reminded me of Paris. While most are very nice and relatively new, others are old and rather dirty. But by no means is the atmosphere the same. I was surprised to see how everyone made sure that no one travels up! In addition, the atmosphere on the train to work out is downright cheerful, I like being in a parallel world, where people were laughing and having a good time together in transportation.

To cross the street in Sydney is quite a hassle! Those who have already gone in Australia are well aware of what I mean. In general, the pedestrian has priority about 8 seconds to cross! I remember the first street I've been through in Australia, I wondered if it was really serious! It is therefore necessary to run to cross at times, failing to remain planted 5 more minutes.

Sydney Shopping - If you like shopping, Sydney is a paradise on Earth! George Street is the busiest shopping street, where we find the luxury department stores such as Gucci, Prada or Louis Vuitton! Not far from the town hall are the Queen Victoria Building, built in the nineteenth century, and whose interior consists of shopping arcades. It is to me the most beautiful shopping area I've seen in Australia. You want to spend time, stores are refined and individuals. I was luckier to be there for Christmas time to see the famous giant Christmas tree set with Swarovski crystals, beautiful! Moreover, by the way, I think the month of December is a great time to visit Australia this summer, the Australians are on holiday and are free for you to visit their environment, the spirit of Christmas in Australia is a must see! The downside is that hotels are soaring!

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