To Sydney with Air France

Sydney: a splendid summer holiday

Sydney is an ideal destination for holidays in the sun. The world often perceives this exciting, friendly city as a vibrant, happy place. It is in fact Australia's oldest and largest city, also referred to as Harbour City. Defined by its stunning location on the ocean coast with miles of sandy beaches, Sydney is beautiful, cosmopolitan and a paradise for surfers, swimmers and nature lovers all in one destination. Air France flies to Sydney International Airport from the UK, check flights and discover more reasons to stay in Sydney.

Sydney: things to do during your stay

Who could visit Sydney and resist getting a closer view of the Sydney Opera House, the iconic landmark and heart of the city's art and cultural life? This unique building, located by the harbour, is recognized all over the world as a picturesque symbol of the land "down under". Join a guided tour, watch a performance or simply enjoy a drink at the Opera bar, this attraction will you make you feel that you have truly arrived in Australia.
Feel the artistic pulse of Sydney with a walking tour, the "Sydney Sculpture Walk", not only will you have the opportunity to explore the city but view works of art by local and International artists installed across the city centre.
Museums also have an important place in Sydney, view contemporary art; learn more about Australia's history. You will find the major museums in the centre.
For moments away from the busy city streets and sightseeing, you can enjoy a cliff top coastal walk from Bondi to Coogee Beach. Spectacular and regenerating with great views of rock pools, bays, cliffs and beaches to the east of Sydney, with beautiful places to swim, rest, picnic or dine at a waterfront café or restaurant. The two-hour walk is accessible for all in general good health and the public facilities available on Sydney beaches provide comfort and convenience. It is a walking tour not to be missed.
Once you have visited the "Royal Botanical Gardens" by the harbour, you may want to discover the wild bush for a sense of adventure and view of Australia's natural heritage. View the natural blue haze that inspired the naming of the Blue Mountains with a day's excursion to the beautiful site. The Blue Mountains are now on UNESCO's World Heritage list, guided bushwalks, festivals in the nearby villages and towns. This trip is worthy of making for exploring the region and taking part in cultural events.
A visit to the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park will also put you on the trail of Aboriginal History with findings such as engravings on rocks and Aboriginal sites. This is yet another beautiful coastal region with creeks, hidden coves: beaches with overlooking forest land. From whale watching boat tours, the Centennial Parklands to Cockatoo islands, visitors have no time to lose with fascinating places to visit in Sydney.

Visit the Sydney Tourist guide website for more about places to stay, eat and visit during your trip to Sydney.
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