The Sydney Opera House is, without question, an icon of the city. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 2007 and was built in 1957 under the direction of architect Jon Utzon. It is a modernist work and consists of several
This is definitely one of the best beaches I've ever been to...and only a couple miles from downtown Sydney! All of those little black spots you see in the water are surfers trying for one fo the colossal waves. The sand is soft and
You can enjoy a fabulous view of the city across the bay from this beautiful zoo located in Syndey´s Harbor. I was coincidentally photographing the giraffe licking himself after eating and I was hoping I could catch a "kiss" between
Sydney is a city that lives side by side with the ocean, which has allowed it to have one of the largest aquariums in the world. Situated in the port area of Darling Harbour, near the Maritime Museum, it has over 11,000 species of
Circular Quay is in the Sydney harbor area, where you can catch ferries to different places and beaches in the city. It is a very touristy place, always full of travelers and different people walking around and you can see some of the
The Chinese Friendship Garden (Garden of Friendship) in Sydney is a must-see if you have the opportunity to travel to this city. It is located in Darling Harbour, Sydney city center, which is near the sea, shopping area and Chinatown.
A veritable amusement park in the center of Sydney, Darling Harbour extends around the Bay of Cockle and is home to many of the major attractions in Sydney. Originally, the port area was in decline, but Darling Harbour was the subject
When you are in the Opera House and see all that you have to walk by to get to the viewpoint, you think about it, but it's definitely one of the places you can not not go! If you are passionate about taking pictures, from here you
Catch a ferry to Watson Bay from Circular Quay in Sydney, and you'll get the opportunity to see an amazing sunset behind the city. The tall buildings in the CBD make for a stunning view with the sun setting in the background.
The Royal Botanic Gardens or The Queen Victoria Park is a place of natural beauty, where people come to learn about plants and animals. The surrounding green area of the park is a wonderful place for sport and entertainment. I
The Rocks is the area from which the sailors disembarked on the First Fleet on January 26, 1788 and the location of the first British settlement in Australia. Today it is the historic old quarter of metropolitan Sydney, located
In Sydney, being the city facing the sea that it is, it ends up being pretty easy finding fish and seafood at good prices. But, in the case of the oysters, the difference in the quality to price ratio to that of what you can find in
This Japanese restaurant offers one of the cheapest buffets in Sydney. There are over 40 dishes to choose from and it costs about 8 euros. For dinner, there are over 50 options for about 13 euros. You´ll find everything from oysters,
The Xic is the best Vietnamese restaurant in the heart of Sydney, recognized by many travel guides such as Lonely Planet or Sydney City Guide. It is sitauted in the downtown area, near Chinatown. Vietnamese food is like most Oriental
Toko is definitely the best sushi restaurants I've ever been to. I love Japanese food and have eaten at many restaurants specializing in sushi but I've never eaten sushi so exquisite as at Toko. Toko is situated in the district of
It is a famous traditional company that has lasted over 70 years offering the best of traditional Australian food, especially Pies (pastries filled with meat or chicken and a combination of different ingredients depending on your
This is one of the best Indian restaurants in Newtown, Sydney. Its value for money is one of the best in town as far as Indian restaurants are concerned. It specializes in Tandoori chicken (tandoori chicken), the fish curry, as well
Is it possible to enjoy the best Thai food outside the Thai border? Well, yes. Where? In Sydney - SPICE I AM. They have 2 restaurants but undoubtedly the most authentic is the one on 90-Wentworth Ave Surry Hills. It is impossible to
This cafe is well known for the high quality of food it serves, as well as the good music, and fashionable clientele. At the weekend, it's not easy to get a table for lunch, so don't arrive too late. Better yet, make a reservation.
This restaurant serves the best burgers in Sydney, according to the newspaper. In my opinion, they aren't the best, but the atmosphere is great, with delicious drinks and cosmopolitan dishes like ceviche. The entrance is a spectacle,
For an Italian abroad, finding good coffee is always a challenge! In my travels around Europe, I found Toby's, which has it all - not just good coffee, but also some very tempting desserts (excellent lemon cake), and savoury
This is a 5* hotel, overlooking Hyde Park, a tree-lined oasis in the center of Sydney. It is a great place to stay connected while overlooking Hyde Park, the Cathedral of St. Mary and Middle Harbour. The nearby monorail takes you to
It is a hostel from the YHA network of Hostelling International. The hostel is one of those places that catches your attention for the decor and is in the building adjacent to the train station. It has been converted into sleeping
It is part of the YHA Hostel Hostelling International network. Because I was left without a bed for not reserving on the Railway I had to stay two nights here. It is a gigantic hostel, one of the biggest in the world with over 500
This hotel has long been a landmark in the city of Sydney. It has been around since the year 1844, and despite being named a hotel, it is known as a pub. Every night the restaurant, nightclub, and bar are full of people drinking and
Not cheap - like all Four Seasons worldwide - but definitely a great place to stay. The hotel is located on top of the Circular Quay, overlooking all the landmarks of Sydney; the rooms have truly breathtaking views. The breakfasts are
The hotel is very good and has more stars than any other hotel in town, but the rooms are a little small, and the view outside is nothing special (despite being on the Circular Quay), the staff are not particularly friendly, and the
Hotel with great views of the bay and the opera, located in the Rocks district in the old part of Sydney. Great rooms, very comfortable beds and excellent views. Wifi throughout the hotel and a terrific breakfast full of fresh fruit.
On our trip through Australia, this hotel was a true landmark. We had had a horrible first night in our other accommodation, so we came here, and it was so much better. In addition to the cleaning of the public areas, which is always