Sydney: 3 Days Travel Itinerary & Guide [PDF]

By June 14, 2015 No Comments
Sydney Travel Guide 3 Days

Sydney, also known as “the harbour city”, offers glorious beaches, a laid-back lifestyle, exquisite dinning and exciting nightlife.  The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on this planet.The best times to visit Sydney are in late spring and early fall.

We have designed an hour-by-hour detailed travel itinerary for 3 days, so that you can enjoy Sydney at its best. This travel itinerary will give you all the answers to the questions:

– In which hotel to stay? What is the best value for money hotel in Sydney, that will help you be in the epicenter of all activities?

– What to see everyday

– Where to eat. What to try from the local cuisine.

– A detailed hour-by-hour perfect plan, with suggested activities and all maps and information included.

Still wondering whether you should visit Sydney? Watch below a National Geographic documentary to get a glimpse:

 

We have put a lot of effort in this travel itinerary to make you feel like having your best friend in Sydney, showing you around to the best that the town can give you.

Get this travel itinerary now, save time and money from organizing your trip but most importantly, enjoy this experience to its fullest!

You can also get a sample preview below:

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Sydney Harbour

Sydney Opera

Sydney Opera by Night

Shelly Beach

Zagreb Guide

Shimla and Manali Tour

If you are heading to Sydney and would just need to see a couple of ideas on what you could experience, have a look at our blogpost on 10 Top Things to Do in Sydney in 3 days.  

Finally, don’t miss the opportunity to get the best possible 3 day travel itinerary to Sydney from Guidora experts. Get the PDF Guide now:

About Guidora Team

Guidora team is a bunch of experienced travellers who have been in the most amazing places on Earth..Practically everywhere, except for the North Pole and Antarctica (yet)! They always travel solo, with their friends and without organized groups, so the travel itineraries they design are full of useful tips on where to stay, what to do, how much it costs and how to make the most of your experience in a new place. The guides they design have only a single, perfect-made itinerary that will show you exactly what to do each hour of the day, so that you don't get lost in looking for information on the web for hours. It's like having your best friend with you, guiding you to the best things in every place and showing you around!

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