Sydney and Melbourne

Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Experience Australia!

No trip down under is complete without visiting both Sydney and Melbourne. Admire Sydney’s famous Opera House and the stunning Harbour Bridge, relax on the sunny sands of Bondi Beach or stroll around the Royal Botanic Gardens. Continue your trip to Melbourne and discover a melting pot of cultures with a wide range of shops and exciting nightlife. With its Victorian architecture and modern Science Works Museum, the city has plenty to offer its visitors.

Activities per city

Melbourne Melbourne

Melbourne

Enjoy the relaxed vibe of the green city of Melbourne with its architecturally vibrant mix of Victorian homes, renaissance buildings and skyscrapers. The lively Federation Square features a wide array of shops, restaurants and bars. Visit the National Gallery of Victoria and explore the Queen Victoria Market, the largest open-air market in Australia. To discover the city’s natural splendour, rent a boat in Albert Park, where you’ll see dozens of species of birds, or head to St. Kilda Beach to admire the adorable blue penguins. Another spectacular activity is driving on the Great Ocean Road, which will lead you to the best surf spots around. Melbourne is a relaxing destination for your world trip.

Sydney Sydney

Sydney

The relaxing vibe of Sydney. A surfers’ paradise with unique flora and fauna. A city with amazing museums and other icons such as the port, Harbour Bridge and the renowned Opera House; a bold, futuristic building symbolising a fleet of sailing yachts. There is also plenty to do outside the city. Just an hour’s drive away you’ll find the Blue Mountains, an area blessed with stunning nature and picturesque towns. South of Sydney is Botany Bay, the first colony of Australia where Thomas Cook landed. It also offers great natural beauty and interesting museums. Sydney is a perfect enhancement to your world trip.

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