Sydney is sure to be one of the most priority in every traveler's bucket list. The city which never sleeps and shows you to live, love and dream. If you are lucky enough to be in Sydney for a considerable time, don't rush to the tourist attractions on Day 1 to tick off your checklist, rather take your time to sink in the real feeling of this city - stroll in the busy George Street and other streets, taste a cup of hot chocolate in of the cafes, take a train to one the suburbs, listen to buskers at street corners, enjoy a 'grab and go' lunch, watch people at Central station in busy evening, enjoy drink at on the cafes in the Rocks and at the end get yourself lost in Sydney. Sydney is one of the cities where you enjoy both the charm of a busy and commercial town in the CBD and bare country life in the outskirts. Public Transport in Sydney is well connected through buses and trains and beware of taking taxis (taxi charges go by seconds) The feel of random people greeting, savory food outlets, a blend of different nationalities and much more make your stay enigmatic and pleasant.