The first time I was in Sydney (all the method back in 2007), I invested the majority of my days sitting in the botanical gardens, reading a book and looking at the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. For so long I had actually found out about how terrific and stunning Sydney was, and there I was experiencing it! Throughout the years, I have actually been to the city a handful of times, exploring it more and more and getting a local taste through all my terrific pals there.
After investing 2 weeks there last month, I wished to share my preferred things to see and do in this laid-back, warm, sunny, and gregarious city:
Check out The Rocks– The Rocks is the oldest part of Sydney. With it narrow lanes, fine colonial buildings, sandstone churches, and Australia’s oldest bars, this neighborhood is where Sydney started when the British very first landed. It was practically taken apart in the 1970s for modern-day high increases, but, luckily, resident action got it maintained rather. The Rocks’ weekend markets, art museums, street home entertainment, delicious (and sometimes overpriced) restaurants, and lovely views of the harbor, Opera Home, and bridge make this is among the coolest locations of the city. I enjoy directing to the Sydney Observatory Hill Park for a great view of the city, wandering the harbor boardwalk, and hitting the bars in the evening.