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Guide To Best Places In Sydney

The ARK Infrastructure Nov 13, 2019
The most populous city in Australia, Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales. The most beautiful harbor in the world is Sydney's harbor. It is also famous for its landmarks like Opera House and Sydney Harbor Bridge.

Sydney Harbor Bridge

The most iconic and important landmark of Sydney, The Sydney Harbor Bridge is a steel through arch type bridge. Tourists attraction now a days is the south-east pylon. You have to climb to the top of the pylon of about 200 steps to get a mesmerizing view. 
Sydney Olympic Park also known as Olympic Park is the largest  sports and entertainment complex.  There are more than 500 events that are held every year, let it be of sports or of any art events. 

Sydney Olympic Park

Sydney Opera House

One of the first structure of Australia to be made using tower crane, Sydney Opera House. The opera house is the worlds famous 20th-century buildings and even most famous performing arts venues. The structure is built in a way that it looks like white sail-shaped shells.
The Rocks
The Rocks is a best place tourists for open-air shopping, street food and handmade fashions. You get to view of harbor by sitting in some of the upscale restaurants here, it also has Sydney's old pubs.

Port Jackson

All the most beautiful harbors of Sydney are at this port.

Paddington Markets

Paddington Markets is one of the most stocked market where you get to see amazing and creative designer boutique, jewelry and accessories, designer wear, clothing's for children and many more useful yet artistic things. There are international food courts where you can sit and enjoy all the fuss going on in the market.
Manly Beach is very famous for surfing and is even world famous landmark of Australia.

Manly Beach

Darling Harbor

There is number of things to see and enjoy like the Sydney Harbour Cruise, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Madame Tussauds Sydney, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Wild Life Sydney Zoo and many more things that can add up to your stay.
Bridge Climb Sydney

Beach In Royal National Park