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Sydney is the largest of Australian cities. It is also considered to be one of the most desired tourist destinations in the world. Its symbol – Opera House – is one of the most recognized tourist attractions in the world. Naturally, it is not the only attraction to see in this beautiful city.


Sydney is also famous for its beaches – Bondi, Woollahra, Cronulla, Coogee, Manly and many more. When it is sunny and hot, they all become crowded with people willing to take a sunbath or swim in Pacific Ocean. For the ones looking for a bit of shade there are many parks available. The most known is Hyde Park located in the middle of Sydney CBD at Elizabeth St. For tourists interested in getting closer to nature there is also wide choice of attractions – Taronga ZOO, Fetherdale National Park, Royal National Park, Kuring Gai National Park and many more.

People who would enjoy great views will be delighted to visit Sydney Tower or climb on the top of Harbour Bridge. About 40 km to the west Blue Mountains are located (with their famous Echo Point and Three Sisters) and they are full of beautiful places. Sport fans will also find something for themselves. There are many events organized on stadiums across the city. The most known is apparently ANZ Stadium located in the heart of Olympic Park where in 2000 Olympic Games were held. The park itself is full of many attractions – fountains, sidewalks, views and much more.

Tourists who like going out will enjoy variety of clubs and pubs in Sydney CBD. The most famous are located in Darling Harbour. They also belong to the most expensive ones.Sydney offers many tours for people who do not like staying in one place. There are three harbor cruises every day from Circular Quay, special sightseeing buses as well as ferries travelling between various locations. Good network of trains and buses allows easy transport between various places in the city. There is even monorail travelling from Darling Harbour above the streets of the Sydney CBD along with little trains travelling around Darling Harbour (from Sydney Aquarium to Chinese Gardens).