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The elegant architecture of the shell-like Sydney Opera House dominates the city’s skyline and is just one of many reasons this city has become an Australian icon. With a perfect blend of glittering coastline, spectacular neon soaked sky scrapers, and a wealth of eclectic shops, Sydney is packed with things to see and do all year round. There's also the delicious cuisine, blending tangy Asian fusion with the abundant seafood on offer. Whatever you decide to do during your stay, the memories are certain to last.

Things to see

No visit to Sydney is complete without a trip to the elegant curves of the Sydney Opera House. The unique building is the beating heart of Sydney's cultural landscape, with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Australian Ballet calling the venue home. As a result, there's plenty of spellbinding performances to catch in the many venues hidden beneath the breathtaking, angular architecture. If you're visiting Sydney to catch the rays, then there's no better place to soak up the balmy sun than on the pure white sands of Bondi Beach. Being world famous, you can expect to find an exciting bustle of sun-worshippers, surfers, and families making the most of the temperate, crystal clear waters. You'll certainly be spoiled for choice when it comes to shopping too, and taking a stroll through the buzzing stalls of Chinatown's night market is a must, where you can grab some of the sensational fresh street food.

Hotels in Sydney

Hotels in Sydney coves the entire spectrum – you'll find everything from slightly out of town discount hotels, to sprawling luxury hotels in the heart of the city. With such huge variety, you can find the perfect location for your stay based on your vacation plans. There's a great selection of hotel apartments and backpackers lodges near the luxurious Bondi Beach for example, perfect if you're planning a beach break. Alternatively, you can opt for some inner city elegance, complete with restaurant, bar, and a hearty complimentary breakfast. You'll also be able to enjoy free wireless internet at most locations, too.

Where to stay

With so many sights and locations to choose from, almost anywhere in the city is a good choice. That said, if you want quick access to the shimmering coast and the soft sand of the beach, then Bondi or the North Bondi districts are a great choice. Culture vultures might prefer finding somewhere to stay around The Rocks, as there's not only sweeping views of the glittering bay, but also easy access to the stunning opera house. Liverpool Street is the ideal spot if you're planning on seeing a little of everything, as you'll be right in the center of the buzz, as well as close to the relaxing greenery of Hyde Park.

How to get to Sydney

Sydney is well served by national and international travel routes. Sydney Kingsford Smith International is the main airport in the area, and is a good choice for both domestic and international visitors. The harbor itself is also a popular and well-traveled cruise ship destination, and taking a ship offers some sweeping panoramas of the city as you approach the dock. The city itself has plenty of public transport options too, ranging from taxis, buses, and trains, to ferry services. Getting around is very easy as a result, and you can reach pretty much anywhere in the wider metropolitan area.

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