The Sydney Opera House is one of the most famous buildings in the world, and it was declared in the year 2007 World Heritage by UNESCO. It was designed by Danish architect JornUtzon in 1957 and opened in 1973.
The Sydney Opera House has five theatres, five studies of four restaurants, six bars, trial, two main halls and several souvenir shops. This emblematic building is themain tourist place to visit and enjoy in Sydney. Its interesting design and architecture will be amazed by the contemplating. Sydney Harbor Bridge
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Formally opened on 19 March1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the most beautiful bridges in the world; and along with the Sydney Opera House offers a unique view of the Australian city. The bridge is located on SydneyBay and connects the financial district with the northern part of the city (mostly commercial and residential area).
Beaches Of Sydney
Among the most famous beaches of Sydney are: Bondi, Coogee andManly. Due to the warm climate of Sydney beaches attract tourists from all over the world during most of the year. Also, it should be noted that its beaches are clear and clean water which makes themeven more attractive. It is very common to see athletes practicing surfing, windsurfing, kayaking and volleyball Club of beach between other activities. Sydney
The Rocks, Sydney
It is the oldestneighborhood and is located in the heart of Sydney. In this particular neighborhood can be found renovated historic buildings, art galleries, cafes, pubs, restaurants and tourist shops. Also in TheRocks is the Museum of Contemporary Art (Museum of contemporary art in Sydney) with an important collection of Australian and international contemporary art.
The Rocks, Sydney
The mainZoo of Sydney is the Taronga Zoo that has a wide variety of animals from different parts of the world such as Africa, Asia, and obviously Australia. It is located in Mosman, 15 minutes from Circular...