Famous Sydney Landmarks

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It is mandatory for every tourist when visiting a foreign or new city to see its famous landmarks. If you happen to be in Sydney then make sure you include the following famous Sydney landmarks in your itinerary. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, we encourage you to find the time to visit at least one of the many tourist attractions in Sydney, Australia. These places would make a perfect backdrop for your Instagram photos or you can even snap pictures of these places without you in it and just hang it on you living room wall, the scenic views and iconic buildings can already stand alone and would make the perfect subject for your photographs. With our without filter, these famous Sydney attractions are worth your time. Here they are.

• Sydney Opera House

Tourists should have their photo taken in this iconic building. It’s one of the most famous buildings in the world and is included as one of UNESCO’s Word Heritage Sites. You can’t miss it especially at night as it glitters and shines like a star along the harbor. The building has a unique architecture similar to billowing sails while some people believe that the shape takes after shells. The Sydney Opera House rests on a thin portion of land and is surrounded by water. You can walk around it to revel at its majestic façade or take a cruise on the harbor or dine in one of the throngs of restaurants within the area. You can also tour the Sydney Opera House as it has a cinema, a concert hall, theaters and exhibition rooms. You can avail of their guided tours every day between nine in the morning until five in the afternoon.

• Sydney Harbour Bridge

Another iconic structure worth visiting is the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The locals refer to it as the “Coathanger”. Before the famous Sydney Opera House was erected, the Sydney Harbour Bridge was the most important landmark in Sydney. Two massive piers on both ends reinforce this world-renowned bridge. The Sydney Harbour Bridge was built in the year 1932 and despite new erected buildings all over the world; this bridge remains to be the largest steel arch bridge worldwide. Along its course you’ll find eight lanes designed for road traffic and two railway lines. Tourists often join a guided climb via the BridgeClimb to get a panoramic, awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping view of the harbor and the city.

• Circular Quay

Another important landmark to witness is the Circular Quay. This is now the hub of the city’s central terminal ferry. Hundreds to thousands of everyday commuters flock the Circular Quay especially during rush hour. And do you know what makes this place uniquely entertaining? Aside from the smorgasbord of people you’ll find, in the area you’ll see a wide selection of cafes and there are also talented street performances who’ll add more entertainment to your day whether you’re a local or a visitor.

• Sydney Tower

The Sydney Tower hovers above the busy Sydney skyline with a height of 309 meters. It is considered as Sydney’s tallest infrastructure and is one of the city’s famed landmarks aside from the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. There are lifts that can take you up the tower’s observation deck where you can revel and savor the view of the entire city.

You’ll get the chance to witness all these and more when you travel to Sydney.

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