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Sydney Travel

Sydney is Australia’s biggest, oldest and most exciting city – and one of the large seaports of the world. It is also the nation’s most popular vacationer destination.

Founded just over 200 years ago as a British penal settlement, Sydney has grown swiftly to become a glamorous global city boasting the best the world has to offer. The city now embraces a rich multicultural community that totals almost four million people.

Sydney, the capital of the Australian State of New South Wales, is a safe, fresh, friendly destination with a warm, sunny climate that makes a visit perfect in any season. In fact, at least 240 days of sunshine a year means your visit will be as bright as the sparkling, ever-visible harbour.
Sydney is relaxed for travelers to visit several time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year.

Destination of Sydney:

Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world’s biggest (but not longest as thats the New River Gorge in the USA) steel arch bridge, and, in its beautiful harbour location, has become a renowned international symbol of Australia. Its total length including approach spans is 1149 metres and its arch span is 503 metres. The top of the arch is 134 metres above sea level and the clearance for shipping under the deck is a spacious 49 metres. The total steelwork weighs 52,800 tonnes, including 39,000 tonnes in the arch. The 49 metre wide deck makes Sydney Harbour Bridge the widest Longspan Bridge in the world.

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.

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.

To Places Visit of Sydney

Places of interest to go see and visit. Central Sydney CBD (Central Business District) Inner West Sydney, South Western Sydney, Western Sydney, Airport & Southern Sydney, The Hills to Hawkesbury Valley, Northern Suburbs & Beaches, Macarthur Region, Sydney City, Eastern Suburbs Sydney.

Hotels of  Sydney

Pacific International Apartments:
Located in the heart of downtown Sydney, these apartments offer tourists the chance to experience Sydney as a local, with easy access to shops and restaurants.

The Sebel Pier One Sydney: This hotel is a delightful change from the norm. As the first hotel to be built on and over the water, The Sebel Pier One Sydney offers some of the most stunning harbour views of any hotels in Sydney.

Park Lodge Hotel: The Park Lodge Hotel is one of the more charming Sydney accommodation options. Moderately priced, this hotel is near Sydney’s city center.

Meriton World Tower: The Meriton World Tower is located downtown in Sydney’s business district.

Shangri-La Hotel Sydney: Many Sydney hotels are to be found downtown, but the Shangri-La is located just between the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Prices at the Shangri-La are some of the highest among Sydney hotels

Holiday Inn Airport: Sydney Australia, or just find your comfortable Sydney accommodation near the airport before or after your flight. Rates are moderate, and conditions are clean and comfortable.

ROZELLE: Newly refurbished, fully-furnished and equipped one bedroom apartment in Rozelle in older building. Available short term – Available short term for a minimum of two weeks from $650 per week

Whether your target is finding economical hotels in Sydney Australia or a room in the lap of luxury, you’ll have plenty of options. No matter where you choose to make your stay in Sydney hotels, there are many choices offering everything from booming city life to views of Sydney’s beautiful harbor to quiet escapes on the edge of it all.

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