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  • You would see many buildings of Sydney riding this train, and it is a fantastic experience
  • Consider getting the 'Self Guided Walking Tour' if you are wanting to visit the bridge, as you could hear their message in mp3 format, as well as giving some history

    • by Susanna
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      Sydney would be classified as the city with the most population in Australia. Capital city of New South Wales, Sydney is along the coast and the number of places to visit is going to be hard to choose. So, would that be a place for a holiday? If you love seeing the Opera house, the Harbour Bridge, if you don’t mind a lot of people, and if you scenery, YES!

      Sydney has a vast amount of tall buildings in the city, as well as places known as the Kings Cross, Darling Harbour, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House and many more.

      It is a place full


      of wonderful sights and places which would be enjoyable to visit. The one thing which I remember about Sydney is taking the underground trains.

      It is especially for a ride, not taking passengers to a specific destination. You would see many buildings of Sydney riding this train, and it is a fantastic experience.

      This is something that you do not see in some parts of Australia. Places to consider visiting: Sydney Opera House A beautiful, white roofed area, which is located right on Bennelong Point.

      This is the place for many tourists to visit. The Sydney Opera House is also known to be one of the greatest places to ...


      • visit in the world.

        However, it is not a theme park, so do not expect it to be entertainment. This place is better for those who appreciate artwork, performances and scenery.

        There are many different functions run in the Opera House throughout the year. Sydney Harbour Bridge A very wonderful and famous bridge, which is a sight that almost every visitor to Sydney would want to see.

        This is one of the places I have been to in Sydney, it really is a spectacular sight. The bridge was built in 1932, which is quite a lot of years ago.

        Consider getting the ‘Self Guided Walking Tour’ if you are

        wanting to visit the bridge, as you could hear their message in mp3 format, as well as giving some history. This tour would with directions to where to go, and would be perfect for those who do not know where they are going.

        I do believe that Sydney is more land, buildings, scenery, historic landmarks and places you may like to consider taking photos and videos. It may not be the right place to take young kids as they may get bored easily.

        If you appreciate sightings, it is the place to go. When I visited, I was quite young, so these sightings did not appeal to me as much as it would now.




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