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  • Sydney Opera House

    Sydney's most famous landmark. An absolute must – visit a performance here, take the tour or enjoy the architecture from outside.

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge

    One of Sydney's best-known sights whose imposing arch can't be overlooked. This majestic architectural gem is a must.

  • Circular Quay

    This vibrant place witnessed the first landing of the British in Australia. Nowadays it's a lively area.

  • Royal Botanic Gardens

    A magical garden revered by both the locals and the tourists. Do not miss this marvellous gem while in Sydney.

  • Queen Victoria Market

    A historical landmark and shopping Mecca at the same time. The splendid 19th-century building holds everything from clothes to food.

  • Bondi Beach

    Sydney's most popular beach. Soak in the sun, enjoy the crystal clean sea and meet both locals and tourists! A must-visit.

  • Federation Square

    This cultural complex draws millions of visitors every year. It holds outstanding museums, cultural venues and headquarters.

  • Museum of Sydney

    Well-presented and captivating history of Sydney can be found here. The interactive tour begins on the outside and never gets boring.

  • Eureka Skydeck 88

    Your typical observation deck features a blast: glass cube that slides out of the building! An unforgettable experience.

  • St Paul’s Cathedral

    This stunning Gothic revival building is a real gem. Note the stone heads on the spires and the unusual stained glass windows.

  • The Domain

    The vast park is used as a venue for many events and hides many intriguing sights, such as the speakers' corner.

  • Cadman's Cottage

    The oldest house in all of Sydney with almost 200 years of history offers unique opportunity to experience the beginnings of colonies in Australia.

  • Martin Place

    This busy boulevard combines historical architecture, luxurious stores and business. Worth the visit if you're nearby.

  • Block Arcade

    Historically the very first shopping arcade in the city. It retains its glitz and beauty – at least go for window shopping here.

  • Flinders Street Station

    This beautiful historical building is the main transportation hub of Melbourne and popular meeting spot. Landmark of the city.

  • Queen Victoria Building

    This amazing historical mall still works as a shopping centre and provides a unique experience with its elegant atmosphere.

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