The world is a beautiful place to be and there is so much that is yet to be explored. Making up a vacation plan is not easy and neithermaking up a bucket list of cities you want to visit. Some of the cities are so well known that they automatically make there way into the list of every individual on the planet. One such city is ‘Sydney’, beautiful, mesmerizing and astonishing city located in the country and the continent of Australia.
If you are going to visit Australia, then Sydney is perhaps going to be the first city of interest; such is the awe of Sydney. There seldom is someone who has not heard of the city or dream of visiting the city.
Sydney is the state capital of south wales and one of the most prominent and important cities of Australia. It is also the most populous city of Oceania and Australia. The city is in existence since 1788 and since then it has grown to be one of the most important and well-known city on the globe. But the radiocarbon predicts that there have been inhabitants for over 30,000 years on this land.
Interact with the Animals at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo
Australia is well known for its wild life and Taronga Zoo it is a beautiful place to interact with them. It is the animal’s incredible waterside address. There are over 2,900 exotic and native species including gorillas, tigers, leopards, chimpanzees, giraffes, kangaroos and koalas and is a short ferry ride from Circular Quay. You can sleep over and book a night stay package.
Sydney Opera House
Now the Opera House does not need an introduction as it has formed the backdrop of some of the most amazing movies. The reason I am including this one in the list is that you cannot compare the sight of the Opera House with what you see probably in a newspaper or movie. It is undoubtedly the city’s busiest music, arts and performance venue.
Climb the Iconic Sydney Harbor Bridge
Originally opened in 1932, the Sydney Harbor Bridge is a great engineering feat generally nicknamed “the coat hanger”. It is the most visible and striking feature and landmark of Sydney. Yes, I am talking about the bridge that you see in all tourism related promotions as well. Visitors are free to walk or cycle across this vast structure that spans Sydney Harbor and there is bridge-climbing expenditure to take you to the top.