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  • Sydney Opera House

    Sydney's most famous landmark. An absolute must – visit a performance here, take the tour or enjoy the architecture from outside.

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge

    One of Sydney's best-known sights whose imposing arch can't be overlooked. This majestic architectural gem is a must.

  • Circular Quay

    This vibrant place witnessed the first landing of the British in Australia. Nowadays it's a lively area.

  • Queen Victoria Market

    A historical landmark and shopping Mecca at the same time. The splendid 19th century building holds everything from clothes to food.

  • Royal Botanic Gardens

    A magical garden revered by both the locals and the tourists. Do not miss this marvellous gem while in Sydney.

  • Darling Harbour

    You can find all kinds of entertainment in this vibrant part of the city. Dive in and enjoy the fun.

  • Bondi Beach

    Sydney's most popular beach. Soak in the sun, enjoy the crystal clean sea and meet both locals and tourists! A must-visit.

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout

    Devoted to Sydney's landmark. Learn about the bridge's history as you slowly ascend and are rewarded with a stunning view of it.

  • Queen Victoria Building

    This amazing historical mall still works as a shopping centre and provides a unique experience with its elegant atmosphere.

  • Federation Square

    This cultural complex draws millions of visitors every year. It holds outstanding museums, cultural venues and headquarters.

  • Sydney Tower Eye

    The tallest building in the city. Climb up to the top and see Sydney spread out underneath you.

  • Chinatown, Sydney

    One of Sydney's most lively districts. Fabulous bistros and restaurants and many sights can be found here.

  • The Rocks Market

    A great stop for arts, designer fashion and original artwork. Get a unique souvenir for yourself or as a gift.

  • Eureka Skydeck 88

    Your typical observation deck features a blast: glass cube that slides out of the building! An unforgettable experience.

  • Hyde Park, Sydney

    Sydney's most popular park. Stroll through, watch the people, see the monuments hidden here and have fun.

  • Government House

    A 19th century gem that is often overlooked. Still in use, but you can visit it on weekends and learn about the building.

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