The Must-Visit Spots in the Sydney CBD

Posted in Accommodation @ Jun 13th 2017 1:48pm - By Administrator
Sydney Opera House

There’s simply lots to do here in Sydney, and a few days is never quite enough explore everything that’s on offer. But during your stay in Sydney at our Sydney CBD affordable accommodation, here are some of the must-visit places and attractions near our hotel that should not be ignored!

No to-do list in Sydney is complete without Sydney Tower Eye. This unmissable building sits central in the CBD, and offers the best 360 view of the capital from above. The Sydney Eye Tower is almost as tall as the Eiffel Tower, and once you reach the top you will be able to see the many famous landmarks, beautiful cityscape, sunset, and night lights as well as grab something to eat at the top-floor restaurants.

Discover a historical part of Sydney at The Rocks, a popular tourist destination that merges modern-day and historical architecture for a unique experience. Found near the world-famous Sydney Opera House, The Rocks is known for its cobbled streets, cottages, alleyways, markets, shops, pubs, and cafes. Head to The Rocks on the weekend and catch The Rocks Markets, or be there on Fridays from 9am to 3pm and get to try a wide selection of fresh food and treats at The Rocks Foodie Market.

Of course, every tourist and newcomer in Sydney must see the Sydney Opera House. This multi-venue performing arts centre is a site to see from the other side of the harbour, but is also the foremost spot to catch some of the most unmissable shows and live entertainment in Sydney - not to be ignored by first-timers in the capital!

All of these famous Sydney landmarks can be found within moments from Posh Hotel! Book your stay in the capital today at https://poshhotel.etourism.net.au
 

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