Sydney: Australia’s Sin City or just the Place to Chill Out and Enjoy Life?

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Australia Sydney Bridge Opera HouseSidney is the largest and the oldest in Australia with its astonishing surf beaches, legendary harbor, lazy bays, street cafes. When you look at the map of Sidney, you can see it is quite complex. Well, it’s not only complex on the map. The most diverse city in Australia, multicultural and so physical, seen as the Sin City by the rest of Australia, Sidney is the place where you can feel and taste “carpe diem” way of life to the fullest. So vibrant and exciting, attractive to tourists, but tempting for neighbors, yes, Sidney can make people from other cities quite jealous. For good reasons.

Of course, nightlife is not only what you can enjoy when in Sydney. If you are an adventure seeking type, bridge climb is an activity you shouldn’t miss. This is the way to get the most spectacular view of the Sydney. Also, if you travel with family, you can enjoy a day on one of the beautiful beaches or you can go to Taronga Zoo. Your kids would love it, but you will be entertained, too. An iconic landmark of Sydney is without any doubts, Sydney Opera House. In fact, it is the site most people think about when someone mentions Sydney. Well, even if you do not like opera itself, you should take a tour around the site and enjoy a meal there.

Harbor-side suburb on the Sydney’s north shore, Cremorne Point is the nice place to stay when visiting Sidney. Only 6 km north of the central business district of the city, Cremorne Point has many good accommodation offers. For example, Cremorne Point Manor is a boutique hotel recommended by many tourists because of the nice location and an excellent service.

When it is the best time to visit Sydney? Don’t worry, visit Sydney whenever you like, because it is the city with more than 340 sunny day per year. But, if you live in the northern hemisphere, keep in mind that winter months here are from June to August, and that summer season is from December to February.





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