Living It Up in Sydney

Australia, Sydney Guide (B): Living It Up in Sydney

You can’t go to Australia without visiting Sydney, people say. As the biggest city in the country, there are countless opportunities and things to explore in and around the city. I spent five beautiful days there and I was never bored! Even though the size of the city is way too big for my liking, I really enjoyed my time there, seeing as Sydney is way more laid back than most other large cities. With a dramatic skyline in contrast to quiet green parks, entertainment on every street corner, beach parties and rooftop parties with fireworks and a very multi-ethnic population, Sydney is a dynamic city where just about anything is possible; whether you are looking for an active holiday with bridge climbing on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, hiking in the stunning Blue Mountains and urban hiking in the city, or prefer to simply relax in the parks, catch some waves at the many beaches and go for evening strolls in the Royal Botanic Garden. Sydney has something for everyone! My plan was to see as much as possible, but, contrary to what I usually do, I wanted to take things slowly and have time to relax and feel the city. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Living It Up in Sydney
Guide Location: Australia » Sydney
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Barangaroo Reserve   Bondi Beach   Coogee Beach   Darling Harbour   Sydney Opera House   Royal Botanic Gardens   Government House   Mrs Macquarie’s Point   Hyde Park   St. Mary’s Cathedral   Sydney Tower   Bondi Beach   Waverley Cemetery   Coogee Beach   Circular Quay   Chinatown   Pitt Street  
Author: Melissa Cherry Villumsen
Read it on author's website: http://iliveasidream.com/index.php/2015/12/19/living-it-up-in-sydney/

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