Experience the Glamour of Sydney

Sydney is the most populated city in Australia. It is the best known city Australia. The life here is awesome. The nightlife, parks, beaches, the cultural activities are just a tiny part of this enormous city. The main commercial center of Sydney is the Central Business District or shortly the CBD. The CBD extends for 3 km southward from Sydney Cove, the point where was the first European settlement. This center includes some parklands like: Hyde Park, The Domain, Royal Botanic Gardens and Farm Cove on the Sydney Harbor to the east all the way to the Darling Harbour and Western Distributor to the west. The CBD is the place where are located the most of the cultural institutions.

Sydney Opera House

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The Rocks

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At the end of CBD, you can find the famous and glamorous Opera House. This building is the thing that makes Australia known everywhere. Together with the Harbour Bridge, these two structures are the center of all big events. The unique and colorful fireworks fired in every bigger occasion from the Harbour Bridge is the best view one can see. The nightlife of Sydney and the best tourist locations are also settled here. The colorful lights and the cheerful people are present every single night.

Sydney Ferris Wheel

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Queen Victoria Building

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Sydney Tower

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Looking into the past: King Street: c.1900/2009

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Third most known thing in Sydney are the beaches and surfing. Because of the open ocean, the water bring weaves that are perfect for beginners in surfing, but when the ocean is wild then thats the perfect time for the professional surfers to show their abilities. The weather here is always hot (i would say fire hot) and the perfect time for staying on the beach or walking are early mornings or the dawns and the nights.

Archibald Fountain

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Sydney Circular Quay and CBD

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Darling Harbour

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Bondi Beach

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Skyview of Sydney

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