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The best time to travel to Sydney is the summer season from December to February. Not only it is warm and sunny at about 78-80 deg F, it is also the time when the city is soaked in the festivities of its most vibrant festivals (‘the Falls Music and Arts Festival,’ ‘Sydney Festival’ and the New Year’s Eve). If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative, you should visit this city during the winter season, i.e. between June and August. It would colder and drier at about 64-66 deg F, but it would allow you to attend the Sydney Film Festival plus lowest possible airfares and hotel rates.
The city is served by Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (also known as Mascot, Kingsford Smith and Sydney Airport). Apart from being the busiest airport in Australia, it is the longest continuously operated commercial airport and the oldest continually operating commercial airport in the world. This airport is a hub for Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Regional Express Airlines, Virgin Australia and Tigerair Australia. The airport connects Sydney to 46 domestic and 43 international destinations including Canberra, Brisbane, Hobart, Auckland, Beijing, London, Los Angeles and Hong Kong among many others. The airlines offering flying support here chiefly include Emirates, Etihad Airways, British Airways and Qatar Airways.
Places of interest in Sydney
Australia’s Harbour City, Sydney, is one of the world’s most liveable and beautiful cities. It is the largest and oldest cosmopolitan city in the country and it checks all boxes related to a superlative tourist experience- be it history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design or scenic beauty. The city is situated along Pacific Ocean and has more than a hundred beaches, each stapled with a stunning waterfront ambiance and vibrant lifestyle. It is one of the world’s top 20 most visited destinations, and its prominence has only gone north after hosting the 2000 Summer Olympics. People come to visit it for its stunning beauty and emblematic landmarks, the latter being topped by the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge (or the Coathanger) is steel arch bridge across Sydney Harbour. It is the world's second widest long-span bridge that is a subject of stunning fireworks in the Sydney New Year's Eve Celebrations every year. This iconic bridge was adorned with the Olympic Rings and was included in the Olympic torch's route during the 2000 Summer Olympics.
The Sydney Opera House
Inaugurated by Elizabeth II in 1973, the Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney. Its performing arts centres host more than 1500 performances annually. Its star attraction is the Sydney Opera House Grand Organ, which as the largest mechanical tracker action organ in the world with over 10000 pipes.
Sydney Tower is Sydney's tallest structure and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere. It is 309 metre tall and has a buffet, cafe and a restaurant. This tower is used to launch fireworks or is swathed in colourful lights during major celebrations like the New Year's Eve.