Things To Do In Sydney - Travel Advice

Places To Visit In Sydney - Travel Advice

The beaches in Sydney are very famous. Sydney has more than 50 beaches and influences the culture of the city. The most famous and popular beaches are Bondi and Manly.

New South Wales Art Gallery is the most important art museum in New South Wales -Sydney, and one of the most famous cultural institutions of Australia.

The Bay Bridge -was an engineering milestone when it opened in 1932 and today remains the longest bridge in the world. One of the extraordinary views is from the Royal Botanic Gardens, taking us on a delightful walk to Macquaries Point. Walking from The Rocks, Circular Quay went through a meeting point for ferries, buses and trains.

Sydney Opera House - located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, It was designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon in 1957 and inaugurated on October 20, 1973, attended by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. Unquestionably, this is the most recognizable icons of the city of Sydney. His famous figure which mainly comprise of different roofs, was inspired by palm fronds, as told by the architect who designed it, Jorn Utzon.

Harbour Bridge - and when is not yet out of the fascination produced by the silhouette of the Opera, another awesome icon comes from the western Sydney. Has long been the longest arch bridge in the world. Today one of the towers has a viewpoint where you can enjoy an excellent panoramic view of the city.

Circular Quay (Circular Quay) - Circular Quay is built around Sydney Cove (Sydney Cove) and many consider the most important point of the city.

Cairns - From Cairns you can hire all kinds of excursions, usually a day for diving, kayaking, riding a quad ... etc. Undoubtedly the most popular and interesting diving is because the Barrier Reef is spectacular and unique in the world. You can also do a course with the card you get the diver (PADI). Hundreds of people a year go to Cairns to dive.

Although it seems a contradiction, Cains has no own beach which is easily accessible by walking from the city, so that the city has built in the center play area with fountains, pools, ponds, a walk and lawn the enjoyment of tourists and locals, called Esplanade. If you go to a real beach, I recommend you ask in the center, will tell you the buses that take you to the nearest.

Aquarium - Do not miss, if you come to Sydney to visit the aquarium! Inside, everything is reversed. The aquarium is designed so that visitors have the impression of being closer to the fish. The paths are constructed out of the aquariums in tunnels, so you can watch the fish below and above our heads, and 360 degrees! This is by far the finest and largest aquarium I've seen, but I found none to compete!

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