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How to spend three perfect days in Sydney?

How to spend three perfect days in Sydney?

Staying in Sydney for just three days is hard. The three days will seem very little time to explore the bliss of the exquisite beauty and tantalizing cuisine of Sydney. Your stay in Sydney will be full of adventure in the city and relaxation in the beaches; a complete package. You will not want to come back at all. That’s a promise!

If you want to get the full taste of Sydney in just three days, you must get acquainted with the city, walk by the scenic coasts and pristine beaches, and especially take a trip to the mountains. Without bathing your taste buds in the local craft beer, you cannot claim to have been to Sydney.

Day 1

Spend the first day with the city. You must explore the cultural and historical heritage of this spectacular city. The incredible sight of the Sydney Harbor Bridge is a major attraction for tourists as it entices everyone in its exquisite beauty.

You can also climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge if you are looking for an extra thrill. This is an amazing vantage point if you want a view of the spectacular sights of Sydney. If you want to go for a less daring option, you can also take the stairs.

Get a glimpse of the Sydney Opera House from the boat. The architecture will leave you impressed and you won’t be able to tear your gaze away in awe.

When you are tired after the long day, treat yourself with the scrumptious food that Sydney has to offer.

Day 2

On the second day of your trip, get ready to fall in love with the spectacular beaches of Sydney. Sydney is famous for its beaches all over the world. Take a dip in the Bondi Beach which is a special favorite of all the tourists. Your visit to Sydney will be incomplete without the scenic Bondi. You can even choose the Tamarama for a quick swim.

The botanic gardens of Sydney look much more beautiful than they are in the pictures. You can sit in one of the lawns and enjoy a picnic under the sun.

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Before the evening ends, make sure to taste the spectacular craft beer.

Day 3

If you have gotten your fill of the city (which you most probably haven’t), it’s time to explore some natural beauty. The Blue Mountains of Sydney are a sight to behold. When you get a glimpse of the waterfalls, a blanket of tranquility will cover you like the water cascades over the rocks. The tinkle and roar of the water waves crashing into one another will leave you mesmerized. You also take different hiking paths through the Blue Mountains.

The popular Hunter Valley wine region is a must-see when you go to Sydney.

A stroll across the Pyrmont Bridge will engulf you in its tranquil feelings. The Darling Harbor district is a vibrant area with a multitude of attractions for tourists. After the walk across the Darling Harbor, you will pass by the Market Street and then the historic Hyde Park. Famous for its natural beauty and skyscrapers towering around it, this park entices tourists towards itself.

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