History, art, architecture, wild life –Sydney has it all. Being the first place of settlement in Australia, there are heritage buildings like the Elizabeth Bay house, Town Hall and State Library.
Then, there are the beaches, Sydney harbour and Sydney Opera House. Though less known, there are several museums like the Powehouse museum, Australian National Maritime Museum and the Justice of Police museum.
For art connoisseurs, Sydney has the Museum of Contemporary Art at Circular Quay and the Art Gallery of New South Wales. These apart, there are parks, gardens, Sydney Aquarium and Torongo Zoo.
Sydney is also a shopper's paradise with places like Market city, Thomas Street, large factory outlets in Haymarket and weekend markets at Balmain, Bondi Beach, Paddington and the Rocks.
Sydney also has a wide range of fine-dining options. A whole bunch of award-winning restaurants line up the streets of Sydney serving high quality European and Asian food. Sydney's cuisine is unlike traditional Australian cuisine and cheaper too. Some of the delicacies are pavlova, soldier biscuits, steak and kidney pie.
Hi has anyone been to Sydney? How is the place and i am planning to visit in the month of November. How will it be over there at that point of time? And i am planning of spending on spending 8 days over there is it sufficient?
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