Top Four Attractions in Sydney
If you’ve got a little extra cash in your back pocket this summer you might want to take the trip of a lifetime and jet off to Sydney, but what should you do once you get there? Here are Bravofly’s top four attractions you just can’t miss when you fly to Australia’s most infamous city.
Capital of the Australian state of New South Wales, and probably the land down under’s most famous city (be honest, how many thought it was the capital of the entire country), Sydney is a treasure trove of cultural gems, mouth-water inducing cuisine houses and off the wall clubs that’ll please even the most choosey of critics. No matter who you are, you’ll find something to do in this tourist’s playground.
Essentially you’re spoilt for choice. Considering that it is literally on the other side of the world, you’ve spent a lot of time and money to get there and you want to take full advantage of the Sydney experience, but honestly there’s so much going on you have no clue where to even start.
Your Top Four Sydney Attractions
Let Bravofly lend a helping hand. Not only can you find the most cost effective flights, hotels, tours etc. of the city through the services of the Bravofly, you can use our considerable experience of the city to find out where you want to go.
In Bravofly’s opinion, these top four need to be on your list:
1) Sydney Opera House (pictured): By far the best attraction in Sydney is its iconic Opera House. Built in a post-modern style, it’s one of the most extensive and diverse arts centres in the world. Specifically, the opera house has over 1,600 performances a year in genres such as ballet, dance, theatre, music, comedy etc.
2) Bondi Beach: Australia and Sydney in particular is famous for its laid-back, beach based surf culture and nothing lets you into this classic Australian way of life like a trip to Bondi Beach. Known for its café society, go to the beach and either get active with surfing lessons or sit back, chill and take in Australia’s awesome natural beauty.
3) Royal Botanic Gardens: The Australian continent is home to unique plant life – you can’t witness it anywhere else in the world and that is why a trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens is a must. The largest of three public parks in the city, go and check out its infamous glass pyramid and bear witness to the life of some truly extraordinary plants.
4) Sydney Harbour Bridge: Dubbed the original ‘highest lookout point’ in Sydney, the views from the bridge of the city below and the sea beyond are breathtaking and not to be missed. Go on a clear, sunny day and you’ll be able to see all the way to the majestic Blue Mountains.