If you plan to visit Australia soon, spending a holiday in Sydney is a must. Sydney is the largest and oldest city in Aussie located on the southeastern coast.
We don’t have to mention that is also one of the most charming and beautiful cities in the state. Are you planning to visit this slice of heaven in near future?
However, you have no idea which is the main attractions? We will suggest you where to go and what to see if you want to spend a hell of a Sydney holiday!
The stunning Sydney Harbor Bridge
The Sydney Harbor Bridge provides a dramatic breathtaking view of the city, the Opera House. It’s a steel through arch bridge that connects the North Shore and the Sydney central business district. Due to the arch-based design, the bridge is known as ‘The Coathanger’. It’s also one of the most photographed places in Sydney everyone admires.
The famous Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is a must visit attraction in Sydney. Opened in 1973, the building is one of the 20th century’s most prominent and extraordinary buildings. It’s a multi-venue center for performing arts and Sydney’s biggest pride.
Ticket-free Royal Botanic Garden
Located in the heart of Sydney, the Royal Botanic Garden is a large botanical garden opened in 1816. It’s the oldest Australian institution and a major attraction for tourists. The Royal Botanic Garden is open every day and there’s no entrance fee. You may enter and enjoy the beauty of the most important botanical world institution without paying for a ticket.
The head-spinning Sydney Tower Eye
Visiting the Sydney Tower will provide an unforgettable experience because it’s the tallest structure in the city. It’s also the second tallest observation structure in the Southern Hemisphere. The tower is 1,014 feet above the Sydney central business district and known by the name “Sydney Tower Eye”. Visiting the place and enjoying the panorama of the city will leave you speechless.
The warm and pleasant Chinese Garden of Friendship
Unusual but attractive, the Chinese Garden of Friendship is one of the most popular attractions in Sydney. Designed after the Ming Dynasty – the classic private gardens, this place will bring you closer to the Chinese culture and heritage.
The extravagant Museum of Contemporary Art
If you’re into art, the Museum of Contemporary Art dedicated to exhibiting and representing contemporary art is perfect for you.
Housed in the art-deco style former Maritime Service Board Building, the museum contains over 4,000 art pieces and will leave you amazed. Open in 1991, the museum is definitely worth the visit.
Have a cocktail or a coffee in one of the best cocktail or coffee bars in the world
You will be surprised how Sydneysiders love their cocktails and their coffee. You can find many cafes where you can drink a fresh coffee or order an instant coffee. However, you can also drink a cocktail in some of the best bars in the world after visiting the attractions we suggested. We promise you will live an amazing experience that will make you come back to Sydney again.