Sydney is the largest city in Australia and the capital of South New Wales. This multicultural city is known for its beaches, parks, skyscrapers, and art galleries.
Places to visit and things to do
- Darling Harbour is one of the upscale localities of Sydney with a wide range of entertainment options for all. The Harbourside Shopping Centre and SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium are among the best attractions in Darling Harbour. While SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is one of the largest in the world with the 700 different species of aquatic life, the Harbourside Shopping Centre consists of many shops and restaurants facing the skyline of the city. Some of the best resorts in Sydney are around Darling Harbour, which are close to the iconic landmark, Sydney Opera House. These resorts offer relaxing spa massage therapies and travellers can also enjoy relaxing on the rooftop pools. There are several 3-star and 5-star hotels around Darling Harbour as well.
- Potts Point is one of the oldest localities in Sydney that was previously known as Woolloomooloo Hill. This neighbourhood has plenty of attractions nearby such as the Sydney Theatre Company and Royal Botanical Garden among others. The 3-star hotels around Potts Point are located near these attractions and are also close to the landmark, the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
- Affordable dine-outs such as the Harry’s Café de Wheels serve the traditional meat pie dish, which is the most popular food in Sydney. On the other hand, Masala Bowl and Maya Vegetarian are some of the best cheap Indian/veg-friendly restaurants in Sydney that serve mysore dosa, masala dosa, channa bhatura, and pav bhaji among others.
- The 3-star and budget hotels near Sydney airport offer shuttle services, free Wi-Fi access, and many other convenient facilities for travellers who want to save time.