Sydney travel. Best of Sydney.
Sydney is the largest city in the country. Today, Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and also Australia’s the most important cultural, business and transportation center.
The best way to observe the panorama of Sydney is from the water. For this reason, sea walks are arranged here very often. You can admire the amazing views from the Harbour Bridge as well. There are other remarkable observation platforms, such as the West Head Look out, where Sydney is viewed for many miles.
First of all, you will keep an eye on an unusual structure familiar to everyone – the Sydney Opera House. Even if you’re not a fan of opera, we advise you to visit it. The tourist path leads to the Botanical Garden from the building of the theater. Here you can walk and enjoy the views of the harbor.
The main local attractions, restaurants, cafes, cultural facilities are located in the Darling Harbor. In the central area you can meet business Sydney. The history of the city and the country starts in Rocks. Once it has been a ruinous place with a criminal population that has represented the first immigrants. Today, Rocks is one of the coziest places in Sydney, which is called “old city”.
If you want to relax on a beach, go to Manly Beach. The best way to get to this place is by boat. There is a beautiful promenade with many souvenir shops. Bondi Beach is the most popular in Australia. Here you will find golden sand and high waves for surfers.
When is the best time to travel to Sydney, Australia?
Winter in Australia begins in June. During this period there are many sunny days, a little windy, but water is rather cold. However, it is a great time to explore the natural beauty of Sydney. Spring comes to Sydney in September. The amount of precipitation is minimal, the temperature is comfortable, and the beaches start to be filled with people. November is the peak of the tourist season.
The summer, which comes in December, is moderately hot. The water is well warmed up, so the beaches are filled to capacity. Autumn in Sydney lasts from March to May – this is a period of frequent short rains.