Sydney Flights Guide
Sydney wins hands down as the most perfect city in the world. This magnificent Australian metropolis has a picture perfect setting in its famous harbour and there are so many magnificent attractions nearby that escaping its busy, frenetic lifestyle is easy. Not that one wants to escape in a hurry, for Sydney has its share of magnificent sights, many of them very famous and familiar, like the white sails of its Opera House and the azure colour of its sea.
City life is full of excellent entertainment, dining and shopping opportunities, excellent museums not to mention a variety of exquisite white sand beaches. One of the most popular areas to explore is its picturesque harbour area, which is spanned by famous Harbour Bridge, one of the largest arched bridges in the world. The city itself is full of towering modern skyscrapers, and the shopping in this magnificent city is legendary.
Sprawling and dynamic, Sydney epitomises Australia’s good life. It’s a place where one can enjoy superb weather, exquisite beaches, relaxed cafes and restaurants and cutting edge street culture. Sport and fashion are big drawcards here, and the varied cultures who live in this huge city make it a fascinating melting pot of traditions.
Another of Sydney’s most famous sights is beautiful Bondi Beach, but there’s so much to see and do in the city itself, including exploring its many art galleries, little bars, shops and restaurants. The city is certainly the most cosmopolitan in Australia, buzzing with commercial activity, art and culture, and an absolute joy to explore, especially in the summer.
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Sydney Travel Facts
- Sydney connects to 19 United Kingdom airports.
- There are no airlines that fly directly to Sydney.
- The shortest flight to Sydney from the UK is 10555 miles.
- Cathay Pacific fly one stop between London Heathrow and Sydney via Hong Kong.
- Vietnam Airlines fly one stop between London Gatwick and Sydney via Ho Chi Minh City.
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Sydney Holidays Guide
Sydney is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Brits, whether stopping for a short while or having an extended stay. There is something to do for everyone in this vast city of 3 million people, from seeing fabulous sites such as the harbour bridge, going to a show at the opera house or for a swim at Bondi Beach. There is also a bustling nightlife to enjoy in Sydney. British Airways operates daily flights to Sydney from London Heathrow. The most direct route to Sydney is through Asia, where many people take the opportunity for a stopover in cities such as Hong Kong and Singapore.
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