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Sydney is the oldest and one of the most glamorous cities in Australia's East Coast. This bustling city has no shortage of incredible tourist attractions like pristine beaches, public gardens, bustling harbours, lively streets, and restaurants - all thriving along with its ancient and rich culture. 

The city of Sydney has a subtropical climate with warm and humid summers, cold winters with uniform rainfall throughout the year. Late spring and the whole of summer have a temperature usually over 35°C (95°F). Traditionally the summer season with 20°C~ 25°C temperature in Sydney is from December to February, which is also the peak season for tourists in the city, during which they enjoy events like VIVID Sydney and Mardi Gras. Christmas Eve to the 2nd of January is the most popular time of the year with many hotels in the city tripling their usual prices. Autumn begins in March and brings in the gentle coastal breeze, and streets covered in maple leaves. Days start becoming longer and more pleasant in April. But, this is also the wettest month of the year. The temperature during this time hovers around 11°C~24°C. May-end usually marks the start of winter with 8°C~11°C temperature. Winter in Sydney is an off-season. End of June, most of July and all of August is a great time to book cheap hotels and get a bargain on travel packages. Spring fills the air in September, October, and November. 

Airports in Sydney

Sydney has five public airports. Among them, the Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD), an International & Domestic airport, serves Australia’s largest city. Flying into Sydney will be convenient and an experience. First-time travelers will be thrilled to see the iconic skylines. Getting to Sydney from Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD)  is easy with the help of cabs, train with the Airport Link, buses, and so on.

Transportation in Sydney

Travelling around Sydney can be a very interesting and thrilling experience. When you have found some of the best cheap hotels in Sydney, but are unable to just walk to your chosen destination, the best option for you would be the public bus services, taxis. To access public transport in the city, you need to purchase an Opal card. It is cheap and extremely convenient. You will be able to use functional public transport all year round. These public transport options also have special facilities for people with mobility disabilities. Another exciting, quick, and easy way to travel from Sydney Hotels would be either trains or ferries. These trains and ferries are convenient and connect with the nearest travel hotspots of the city.

How to Get to Sydney

Sydney is nestled on the eastern coast of Australia. The Airport is an international airport located in the suburbs of Mascot and is 8km south of the Sydney city center.  Most of the budget airlines offer direct or connecting flights to this airport, depending on the route. In terms of schedule, you can easily find multiple direct flights to Sydney daily, with different flight options to choose from. The actual schedule varies depending on your origin flight. Ranging from non-stop direct flights to the ones with layovers, there are several options. Typically, the cheapest months to visit Sydney would be between June to August. 

Getting to the city center Sydney International Airport is pretty convenient. You can use the airport taxi services, buses or subway trains. 

Hotels in Sydney

The hotels in Sydney that are located in popular neighborhoods like City Center, Central Business District (CBD), Darling Harbour, and near Eastern Beaches will cost you around 150 AUD to 300 AUD per night on average. This is an average estimated cost for a hotel that is located in a perfect neighborhood and offers excellent services and convenience. If you are aiming to get any Sydney Hotel deals or cheap hotels in Sydney you need to visit places like Chinatown, Surry Hills, or Kings Cross. In these places, you will find hotel deals between 30 to 80 AUD. A decent 3-star Sydney hotel will cost you anywhere between 75 to 150 USD. To book Sydney Hotels of 4-star category, you need to spend around 150 and 200 AUD. As you go beyond these Sydney Hotel deals, you can find the most luxurious and high-end, 5-star hotels which will cost you at least 400 AUD or even more. These are just the estimated costs. But, if you choose a busy or most popular season that is crowded with tourists, these rates will vary. The hotels in CBD, Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, and the Eastern suburbs are fully booked during the peak time.

Top Tourist Attractions in Sydney

 There are many amazing and exciting Sydney attractions for you to choose from. But, these three should be on top of anyone’s list! 

  • The Opera House: This place is beautifully illuminated at night and must not be missed. 
  • Darling Harbour: This glistening harbour with a popular market complex adjacent to the city center, is a beauty. With glimmering river views, plenty of restaurants and a variety of entertainment to choose from, you can simply take an organized tour in this magnificent district or just stroll around. 
  • Bondi Beach: This is one of the most famous beaches in Australia. 

Top Places to dine and shop in Sydney

While visiting the bustling city of Sydney, don't miss out on its amazing and delicious seafood. Visit these top three places for amazing food.

  • Sydney Fish Market: It is a great place that serves an exceptional quality of seafood. It houses some of the best sushi bars and Chinese seafood restaurants.
  • Circular Quay: Another famous place, known for its exquisite gourmet food options, and offers stunning views of Sydney Harbour and its crystal-blue waters.  
  • Ship Inn: Known for some of the best deals in food and drinks. 


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