Sydney – a cosmopolitan city surrounded by world heritage sites, acclaimed wine regions, and iconic beaches. Sydney is the largest city in Australia and is known for its cosmopolitan, international population and vibrant cultural scenes. Culturally diverse, Sydney pays homage to its indigenous people through educational walks, cultural events, and museums.
... is a lively, upscale area – offers a wonderful range of shops and boutiques to explore with plenty of bars and cafes. Don’t miss the Paddington Markets on Saturday mornings. It is full of galleries, designer stores, and beautiful terrace houses.
... is the main area of the city dedicated to tourism and entertainment – adjacent to the city center of Sydney. It is a fantastic family-friendly destination offering amazing entertainment, fascinating museums, the Sydney Aquarium and delicious dining options.
... as the oldest neighborhood in the city, the cobblestone streets of the area host more than 100 heritage buildings and sites, including Sydney’s oldest house ‘Camden Cottage’ built-in 1816. On weekends, you can find organic food, hand-made souvenirs of local artists, and designer jewelry in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Things that you should to do at The Rocks include:
• The Discovery Museum
• Walk the streets and discover the mix of cosmopolitan and colonial Sydney
• Admire the views with a ‘Sydney Harbor Bridge Climb.’
• Star gaze at the Sydney Observatory
... the one-stop hub from shopping, relaxation, and fun. It is the central business district (CBD) and the main commercial center of Sydney. There are small hip bars, buzzing cafes, acclaimed restaurants, and marvelous attractions including wonderful galleries, dazzling shows, and intriguing museums. Oh, and plenty of shopping!
... is one of the most expensive and fashionable shopping districts. Double Bay is a ritzy harbor-side suburb – It is tagged as Sydney’s “Little Europe” offers elegant streets, restaurants, beauty salons, vibrant café society, fine-fashion boutiques, and upmarket real estate featuring grand residential homes.
... famous for its thriving creative scene, small-business community, and high-density population. It’s a village bursting with stylish restaurants, small bars, unique shopping experiences, and galleries. From catching classic films to taking part in legendary pub trivia, Surry Hills is the best suburb in Sydney. It is a creative hub for music, fashion, and design.
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