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Sydney City
Introduction
At times elegant, at times almost American in its commercialism, at times other-worldly, unusually optimistic and always amazing, Sydney pulses with self-assurance as only one of the world's great cities can pulse. Nearly four million Sydney-siders inhabit Australia's unofficial capital and most international visitors first touch Australian soil here -- even if only to find themselves swept up in a cosmopolitan whirlwind of finance and culture.

Sydney refuses to be culturally contained, even on a more permanent basis. The city is currently home to an Asian population (Indian, Thai, Korean, Japanese and Chinese) who have not just influenced the fashion and cuisine but also set the standard in Sydney for what comes 'next.' The world's greatest perspiration-celebration couldn't have found a more appropriate home than multi-ethnic, athlete-worshipping, environmentally conscious Sydney.

Major Attraction of Sydney

Sydney Opera House
One of the most beautiful buildings in the world, the Opera House has become the icon for modern Sydney. As Australia's premier cultural centre for opera, ballet, theatre and music, the Opera House features four theatres and several fine restaurants. A cultural and architectural masterpiece, the foremost tourist attraction is home to some of the world's most celebrated performing arts companies. Like a fleet of sails full of wind, the Opera House defines all harbor views of Sydney.

Sydney Harbour Bridge
There can be few harbours in the world where you can take in world renowned sites like the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House with just one casual glance. Nature has been kind to the Harbour, and there are a number of attractive headlands scattered along its 20km length. Thankfully, knowing the voracious nature of Sydney's real estate market, the government has created the Sydney Harbour National Park to keep these bushland headlands free from development.

Sydney Town Hall :
One of Sydney's best loved icons, the Town Hall has stood for over a century as the city's major public and civic building. Built in French Renaissance style from local sandstone, the hall features a magnificent wood-lined Victorian concert hall and an 8000 pipe grand organ.The Town Hall clock is a popular landmark and the flight of marble steps leading up to the entrance is one of Sydney's favourite meeting places.

The other attractions of Sydney include pristine beaches such as world-class Bondi, Cable Beach and Whitehaven. Then, of course, there's the epic monolith of Uluru (Ayers Rock). Australia's stunningly diverse landscape that boasts everything from vast barren deserts, where kangaroo and emu bound through the arid surroundings to tropical rainforests, rugged mountains.

Harbour BridgeSurfers Paradise -- Bondi Beach and others
Surfing at Bondi Beach makes all the postcards, but Sydney has other beaches with equally appealing waves and smaller crowds. The locals are protective of Maroubra, south of Coogee, and to an extent the beaches north of the Harbour. Up north, Manly ranks with Bondi and Coogee as a popular city beach. Farther up the coast, Curl Curl, Dee Why, North Narrabeen, Newport Reef and Palm Beach are well worth the relative seclusion they offer.

Sydney's greatest attributes - Food
Food is one of Sydney's greatest attributes. The eclectic population and the people's love of the alternative have given rise to an astonishing range of great dining establishments. The warm climate and harbour side lifestyle provides the ideal environment for outdoor café culture .

Nightlife in Sydney :
Australia is blessed with a glorious abundance of fresh produce. Sydney's climate is conducive to entertainment and the gastronomic delights on offer are truly impressive. Darling Harbour, incorporating the recently developed Cockle Bay Wharf is a modern waterside selection of shops and restaurants with an emphasis on Australian seafood, wines and goodies. Prices vary greatly, so peruse a few menus first.


Suggested tour packages of Sydney

30 days in Australia
Code : ITTA-02, Duration : 30 Days
Places Covered : Sydney ,Blue Mountains, Port Macquarie, Byron Bay, Surfer's Paradise, Gold Coast, Hervey Bay, Fraser Island, Rockhampton, more...

Australian Safari
Code : ITTA-06, Duration : 14 Days
Places Covered : Sydney, Bullo River, Mary River Delta, Darwin, Far North Queensland, Sydney

Wine, Outback & Reef
Code : ITTA-30, Duration : 14 Days
Places Covered : Sydney, Clare Valley, Kangaroo Island, Cairns, Lizard


Hotels in Sydney
Central Railway Hotel 3* Central Railway Hotel 3*
Carlton Crest 4* Star City 5*


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