Sydney – A Happening Holiday Destination To Be Explored In Vacations

Popularly known as the Harbor City, Sydney is the largest and oldest city in Australia. Cosmopolitan in nature, it is known for it’s history, culture, design, art, fashion, cuisine, and natural scenic beauty that attracts a large number of tourists every year.
It is one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. Famous for its architectural grandeur, live examples of it are Sydney Town Hall and Queen Victoria Building.

Reaching Sydney
Sydney can be reached by air from all parts of the world. It is also well connected with a goo network of trains. Country Link is the long distance rail service connected to various cities of Sydney. Indian Pacific and City Rail are other rail services to name a few. Bus services network is also available from New South Wales.
Places To Explore

1. Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach

One of the world’s best known beaches, Bondi Beach is a perfect summer getaway with golden sands, deep-blue Ocean and perfect waves which is the favourite destination for surfers. It is 20 mins by bus from Sydney’s city centre. There are many surf schools here. The beach is also known for its popular café culture having a number of cafes and bars.

2. Sydney Harbor Bridge
Sydney Harbor Bridge

An arch bridge of steel across Sydney Harbor stretches from the Sydney central business district to the North Shore. The bridge is also referred to as "The Coathanger". Opened on March 19th 1932 by Premier Jack Lang the construction of the bridge went on for 6 years. Made of steel the bridge comprises of 6 million hand driven rivets.

3. The Rocks
It is an urban locality in New South Wales, Austalia which is a historical and a tourist site. Located on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour it lies north-west to Sydney central business district. It is also nicknamed as - "Sydney's outdoors museum". Rocks is the oldest preserved colonial district that has undergone an amazing transformation in recent times. Several cafes and restaurants and interesting tourist shops and stalls can be seen at different corners of the city alongside the old historical buildings. 


There are many budget hotels, boutique hotels, 5 star luxury hotels and self contained apartments in Sydney. There is plenty of old-style, comfortable guesthouses, farm stays and budget self-contained accommodation. If the purpose of your travel is business you can put up your luggage in a hotel around the neighboring areas of the airport in Southern Sydney, Macquarie Park in the North West and at Parramatta.

With so much to explore in Sydney from cultural riches, elegant restaurants, verdant parks, and sandy beaches it is one of the most happening destinations that can be visited by you.

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