After our Gold Coast trip, we headed for SYDNEY, one of the costliest cities in the world. While the flight prepared for landing, I enjoyed beautiful views of the Sydney harbour that hosts the famous Opera house and the Harbour Bridge.
Our Stay: We stayed at Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central located in the CBD area, the most well connected and lively part of the city.
To move around: It is highly recommended to get an Opal Card which has the minimum cost of AUD10 for adult cards, AUD5 for child cards and can be used for metro, bus and ferry. Please do remember this card is non-refundable and you won't get any unutilized balance back. If you love driving, car hire is another economical and convenient option. UBER cars are easily available as well.
Queen Victoria Building, The Strand Arcade, Pitt street, Hyde Park, Sydney Tower, St. Mary's Cathedral
On our first day we headed towards the George Street, where our first attraction was "Queen Victoria Building" which is also called 'Queen Vic Building' .It is a building which is converted into shopping center with beautiful architecture where you can visit "Mecca Maxima" if you are a cosmetic lover.
Address: 455 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Opening Hours: Monday 9AM–6PM; Tuesday 9AM–6PM; Wednesday 9AM–6PM; Thursday 9AM–9PM; Friday 9AM–6PM; Saturday 10AM–4PM; Sunday 11AM–4PM