A picture perfect harbor, mild temperatures with abundant sunshine and easy access to beautiful surf beaches like Bondi are enough to put Sydney on top of any traveler's bucket list. But Australia’s largest city also attracts visitors with its optimistic mood, cultural riches, a creative food and wine scene. Sydney is a bunch of charming neighborhoods at the same time, each with a distinct character. Central Business District hosts contemporary architectural wonders like Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge (which is the world's first suspended bridge), as well as some of the city's best hotels. Old neighborhoods like The Rocks and Surry Hills, where immigrant workers first settled around the wharf, have been going under an awe-inspiring transformation with the arrival of new small cafes, boutiques and creative businesses. Those who would like to have nice daily excursions out in the nature could explore the Blue Mountains starting 50 kilometers west of the capital or visit around 150 premium wine producers in Hunter Valley.

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