Sydney is the jumping-off point and the largest city in Australia. People love to go to Sydney for the beaches, but the culture, good vibes, and the restaurants make you in love with this city. Sydney is an amiable city, but it can be a little confusing too because of four different types of public transports and the one-way streets there.
There is no shortage of airlines between Sydney to London. October to March, the weather is most pleasant in Sydney, and it is the busiest tourism period. Airfares are high for traveling during these months, but the amount you pay from London to Sydney really worth it. To survive and thrive in Sydney, here are some tips to follow whether you visit Sydney for a few days or the rest of your life.
Sydney, a walk-able city:
Sydney is basically flat with very well-marked streets. That is why much of the city center and trendy suburban surroundings are comfortable to explore on foot. Even crossing Sydney’s Harbour Bridge by walk is a fantastic experience. To discover the fringes of Sydney, you can enjoy inner city bush-walks and coastal paths.
Get an Opal:
Opal card is an integrated payment method for a public transport system that you can use in buses, Light rails, ferries, and trains. It has daily and weekly charges, and you can also load it inline.
Protect yourself from the Sun:
Even in winters, Sun may shine through and leave you red in the face with embarrassment and a not-so-healthy tan for forgetting your sunscreen. To save your skin and avoid sun tan SPF 30+ is beneficial. And don’t forget to keep your fluids up.
Sydney Opera House:
Do you wish to snap a selfie in front of the Sydney Opera House??? But why only in front of it? The best experience of the venue is on the inside. The Opera House in the heart of theatre, major rock shows, and classical music in Sydney. With over 2,000 events a year every Sunday night, the Sydney Opera House is illuminated with the Badu Gili projection, which shows the work of First Nations artists from across Australia and the Torres Strait Islands.
Care for smoke-free zones:
R remember that smoking is not allowed anywhere food is served, close to playgrounds, on public transport or at bus and train stations, at sporting grounds, public recreation areas, and close to any building entrance. And the famous shopping spot, Pitt Street Mall, is now completely smoke-free.
Taxi and changeover time:
Around 3 pm and then at 3 am taxis in Sydney do a shift change over, and it can be challenging to try to get a cab during the hour of the changeover. ‘’Uber’’ and ‘’Go Catch’’ are also available in Sydney.
Sydney is the place of early risers, and many things shut early there, including bars and shops too. It will take a little to adjust there in Sydney, but once you have done it will be a fantastic place to visit and enjoy.