Sydney – the city you will fall in love with forever


Oct, 2017

Written by:

Anna Kislova

Sydney – the city you will fall in love with forever

Sydney – so unusually beautiful, diverse and sunny!


Our 10 reasons to go to Sydney.


This is the priceless pearl of Australia. Sydney harbor consists of islands – Fort Denison, Shark, Clark, Rodd, Goth and Kakadu. They can be viewed from the top of the Harbor Bridge Bridge or while the wave carries your surf or padlord along the 240 kilometers of coastline.


Many kilometres of coastlines give Sydney an undeniable advantage in the form of many beaches with calm waters, with bays that must necessarily be photographed, with stunning sea basins like Bondi Iceland, or simply a great place for surfing.


International cuisine has become Australia’s main food because of many years of immigration. In the center of the city you can find Chinatown, Tai-Town and Korean-Town, where you can taste some of the delicious dishes of Asia. Marrickville is eaten by Greeks, Vietnamese and Portuguese, and Turks and Lebanese are in Granville, Lakemba and Auburn. Italian hunger can be quenched in Leichhardt! And this is only the beginning of a delicious gastronomic adventure.

Paths and walks

Start with an easy 1.8 km Hermitage Foreshore Track, a relaxed walk along the Bradleys Head or from Bondi Park to Coogee Coastal Walk. Many travel companies offer guided walks along the coastal paths of Sydney, but better organize your own with a picnic and a good company!

The language

Australian English is so popular because of its unique intonation, casual style and creative slang. For example, in Sydney, never forget about your swimsuits and swimming trunks, which besides usually are translated as: bathers, swimmers, togs and cozzie.


For a small one-day adventure – jump on the ferry at the port of Manly.
This 15-minute trip will be remembered for a long time! And be sure to order fish & chips in one of the coastal cafes and enjoy an incredible view.

National parks

Sydney is surrounded by beautiful national parks. Visit the famous Blue Mountains to the west of the city, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park in the north or Royal National Park in the south. If your soul is eager for adventure, try rope descent, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking or horse riding!


Try to catch migrating humpback whales from Sydney lookout sites. The season is officially open from May to November, but the chances are increasing in the winter solstice in late June and early July.


In January, the city hosts the Sydney Festival: museums, galleries, parks, restaurants and other places open doors for those who want to enrich themselves culturally. Outside the program of the festival, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the State Theater and independent artists continue to actively develop this trend in culture.

The weather

The weather in Sydney is as delicious as the food, and the best time to travel to a city with 300 days of sunshine a year depends on you. For those who like figures: in the summer expect from 19° to 26°C, in the autumn -15° -22°C, in the winter 9° -17°C and in the spring 11° -23°C.

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