Things to see and do - Sydney
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With its ultra-famous opera house Sydney is a symbol of the entire country, a city between land and sea where seaside pleasures blend with urban activities, where the pulse is creative and relaxed, and every neighbourhood features its own special identity. A cosmopolitan town that fires the imagination.
77 York Street AUS - Sydney NSW 2000
Close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, The Grace Hotel offers luxury rooms, and a rooftop fitness centre with an indoor swimming pool and a sauna. The Grace is set in a historic building that has been lovingly restored in Sydney ..
97 Pitt Street AUS - Sydney NSW 2000
27 O'Connell Street AUS - Sydney NSW 2000
Prix Prices from : 198 AUD
Boasting a swimming pool and free WiFi, the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel in Sydney CBD (Central Business District), is just 15 minutes' walk from Circular Quay, where you can visit the Sydney Opera House and the Museum of Contemporary Art, or view the Sy..
Leisure activities Sydney
Prices from : 85 €
Go behind-the-scenes at Sydney Taronga Zoo for an interactive and close up encounter with Autralian wildlife. Feed a wallaby and take photos with a koala during this intimate small group tour which has a maximum of only eight participants. Led by an ..
Prices from : 111 €
See it all on the most comprehensive day tour from Sydney, including the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves. You'll be enthralled by the magnificent Three Sisters, the breathtaking canyon views, and enjoy visiting inside one of the magnificent limeston..
If you'd like bird's-eye views with your meal out in Sydney, dine at the Sydney Tower Restaurant. Boasting panoramic views from Sydney Harbour Bridge all the way to the Blue Mountains, the all-you-can-eat buffet lunch or dinner is ideal for families ..