TRAVELING THROUGH SOME ENGLISH -SPEAKING COUNTRIES
Down under in Sydney !
A multicultural city
With over four million people, Sydney is Australia's largest - and oldest - city. Friendly Sydneysiders from 180 nations speak 140 languages, making it one of the most multicultural cities in the world.
World-famous places of interest
Spread over a large area, Sydney has lots of well-known attractions: Sydney Harbour and Harbour Bridge, Darling Harbour, the Opera House (the city's pride), the Rocks, Circular Quay, the Royal Botanic Gardens, countless galleries and museums, wildlife reserves.
An outdoor life
Life in Sydney is spent outdoors, walking, sightseeing and relaxing in parks, cafés and restaurants overlooking glistening blue waters.
A bustling city
In daylight hours, the city buzzes with life and evenings are just as lively. There is always something you can do: walk over to Darling Harbour or the Opera House for festivals, concerts and cultural activities, or visit museums.
Beaches and parks
Most of Sydney's 37 beaches - ideal for swimming, sailing, scuba-diving, snorkelling or surfing- are within 30 minutes of the city center by public transport. And all around Sydney, super national parks covering more than 300 square kilometers are perfect for bush walking and trekking.
The world's "Best City"
Sydney gained worldwide attention by hosting the Olympic Games in Spetember 2000. It was voted "Best City" for three consecutive years by two leading international travel publications. Today, Sydney is the most popular tourist destination attracting four million visitors annually.
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