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Top 5 Attractions in Sydney – Experiencing a Captivating City

The distinctive city of Sydney always captures the imagination of the visitor. In Sydney, you will find a number of entrancing attractions that will strike the interest of the visitor, like those described below.

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Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House

Undoubtedly one of Sydney's most recognizable and important landmarks, the unmistakable Sydney Opera House presents a striking sight for the visitor. The remarkable architecture of this hub for the performing arts may be regarded as an iconic symbol of the city. Many tourists who visit Sydney make it a point to view this one of a kind attraction that is one of the most distinctive buildings on the globe. You will see that the Opera House stands serenely on a portion of land which is bordered by water. This building was conceived by a Danish architect, Jorn Utzon and may be considered to be amongst the most lavish buildings to be constructed in modern times.

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Your tour of Sydney's sightseeing attractions would not be complete without visiting the remarkable Sydney Harbour Bridge, which is affectionately referred to by locals as the 'Coathanger'. This bridge dates to 1932 and is considered to be amongst the largest and most prominent bridges with a steel arch structure on the globe. This bridge enables people as well as goods to be transported daily so that it may be considered to be the city's lifeline. You will find that it is possible to walk or even cycle through this massive structure, but for a truly memorable experience, you will have the opportunity to join a BridgeClimb and ascend to the bridge's summit.

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The Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains

If you love nature and the outdoors make it a point to visit the entrancing Blue Mountains on your stay in Sydney. Those who choose to make the excursion to these mountains will be enthralled by their splendid combination of colours and contrasts that is sure to appeal to the discerning visitor. Here you will encounter typical Australian bushland and interesting wildlife framed by beautiful hazy blue horizons. If you take the opportunity to visit the Blue Mountains National Park you will also have the chance to view the unusual rock formation called the Three Sisters.

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Sydney Tower Eye

Sydney Tower Eye

The Sydney Tower Eye is another popular attraction in the city that attracts a steady stream of visitors. Take the opportunity to try out the Skywalk, a transparent walkway that overhangs the tower's edge and surrounds the structure at a height of 309 m above the ground. This tower's observation deck offers spectacular panoramic views over the city, making it a great facility at which to orient yourself on your first visit to Sydney. The sensational bird's eye views will provide your eyes with panoramic landscapes that are sure to capture your imagination. When it comes to a hotel in Sydney CBD an accommodation choice to consider from which this attraction would be within convenient reach would be Oaks Hyde Park Plaza.

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Walk to Coogee from Bondi

Walk to Coogee from Bondi

The popular Bondi beach which is situated about 7 km from the central business district of Sydney will be a splendid attraction for those who love beaches and enjoy taking the opportunity to spend quality leisure time amidst the sand and the seas. The attractive walkway that extends from Bondi to Coogee will take you along an attractive stretch of beaches that will appeal to the leisure seeker. This walking trail commences at the Bondi Icebergs pool and will take you past attractions like the Marks Park rock carvings made by Aboriginal artists. You will also find a number of attractive locations for taking a relaxing swim.