Walks in Sydney with a personal guide

Sydney's one of those places that doesn't accept the “I've been here before and looked at everything” tick. You can't see everything in the biggest city of Australia. After the sights that are part of a standard sightseeing tour, it's time for a fish market and graffiti in the Surry Hills area. Sydney also has great vintage shops, a ton of cosy restaurants and even its own red light district.

Sydney looks like a fun toy that the more you spin in your hands, the more you like it. Excursions with local English speaking guides will help you taste the capital of New South Wales – that's who exactly managed to find the approach to this city!

Sydney excursion programs include visits:

  • St Mary's Cathedral — a fine example of Australian Gothic architecture;
  • Hyde park barracks, survived from the colonial period;
  • famous Opera House — city calling card;
  • Harbour Bridge (one of the largest arched bridges in the world);
  • Royal Botanical Garden, which is loved by flying foxes;
  • Sydney Tower — the second tallest building in the southern hemisphere, etc.

Megapolis cleverly plays on contrasts: the neighborhood of Victorian buildings and glass high-risers looks interesting. However, Sydney doesn't seem to be ultra-modern – the city's skyscrapers show a well readable print of time. A personal guide will help you find the tallest building in Sydney and reveal other amazing secrets of the city on a sightseeing tour or thematic excursion in English.

Available tours in other cities: Healesville, Hobart, Broome, Perth, Airlie Beach, Darwin, Brisbane, Yulara, Katoomba, Fremantle, Adelaide, Adelaide River, Victor Harbor, Gold Coast, Port Douglas, Melbourne, Cairns

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