Sydney, Australia’s biggest city, is a place brimming with life and excitement. It is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world because of its attractions. If it’s your first time traveling here, make sure to prepare a good itinerary.
To give you an idea, here are the top 10 sites that – at least for us – truly represents the beauty of this city.
National Maritime Museum
Have you ever wondered how the first settlers arrived in Australia? Do you know how a small community grew into the great country that it is today? The National Maritime Museum will educate you about our ocean history with its featured artefacts, exhibitions, and guided tours. It rests on the interior of Sydney Harbour.
Sydney Tower Eye
Formerly known as the Centrepoint Tower, this tower provides an enchanting 360-degree view of Sydney. It will also give you an idea on what and where everything is located. It can help you plan your means of transportation from your Sydney accommodation to your next destination.
Queen Victoria Building
If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience, visiting the Queen Victoria is a must. Its stained-glass windows, grand staircase, and intricate tiling is just a taste of the wonderful things this place has to offer. It houses a wide variety of shopping choices that are guaranteed to match your needs.
Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
You’ll probably want to book your Sydney accommodation nearby if you plan to visit t the aquarium. One day is just not enough to fully enjoy the five unique habitat exhibitions of the bodies of water found in Sydney. Learn more about the marine life and their habits in order to understand their behaviour.
People who are interested in architecture will definitely fall in love with Government House. It is one of the most well-preserved colonial-style structures in the country. It served as a home to 27 governors ever since it was built in 1846.
This stunning beach boasts clear water and great sand. It is located near the largest population centre in Australia. You can easily go to this place from your accommodation Sydney via mass transit. Since it is easily accessible, the beach sometimes gets a bit too crowded.
This is a great place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city for a while. It is a 90-minute drive from your Sydney accommodation, particularly if you’re coming from CBD. The long travel is worth it, for the picturesque view of the blue-haze horizon with Australian bushes and wildlife.
This is one of the best spots in the greater Sydney area. It consists of eleven show caves, underground rivers, and spectacular rock formations. Its cave system is one of the most ancient and finest in the world. The 2.5-hour drive and trek to get there is well rewarded.
Sydney Botanic Gardens
The Sydney Botanic Gardens is also known as the Royal Botanic Gardens. If you want to enjoy nature but can’t stand long drives, then this is the perfect spot for you. It is near the Sydney CBD. Feel relaxed in 30 hectares of well-maintained greenery where wildlife such as birds also resides.
Sydney Opera House
One of the landmarks that makes the Sydney Harbour so popular is the Sydney Opera House. This structure has a unique architectural design and engineering which make it Australia’s most popular man-made icon. It hosts more than 1,500 performances and approximately 1.2 million people every year.
Maximise your trip with a great accommodation in Sydney
In order to enjoy all of these sites, you must find a Sydney accommodation with a strategic location. Savoy Hotel is located at Double Bay, Sydney. We can be reached by bus, taxi, or harbour ferry and are just 4.5 km from the city centre. Call us today so we can arrange your Sydney accommodation and give you some of our recommendations.