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Set up your cameras and head to the attractions of Sydney


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No other city in the world has a sky that looks like Sydney Harbor.

It is without a doubt one of Sydney's most famous landmarks and world famous. And, apart from being the home of the first Europeans, this is also the world's largest natural port.

From sea views to panoramic views from high altitudes, here are some viewing places where you can find more Sydney in your camera frame. If you visit this port city next time, visit at least one of them to enjoy.

Sydney Harbor Cruise: When it comes to spectacular views the harbor tour is always the most standout.

Choose a lunch trip to Sydney and enjoy the unparalleled views of the Opera House, Harbor Bridge, Fort Denison and many more than ever before! While there are plenty of cruise options, the luxury glass boat with stained-glass windows offers a 360 ° view of the harbor.

In addition to this you get to enjoy a freshly prepared dinner menu and a fully licensed bar to enhance your mood! It can't be bigger!

This lunch trip is also a photo lovers paradise so adjust your cameras all the time to get those Instagram photos of the city skyline!

Circular Quay: Often recognized as one of the most Instagrammed places in Sydney, Circular Quay is a must-visit, especially if you are looking to enjoy the beautiful views of the harbor and its surroundings.

This is a busy area where ambience is very pleasant, to say the least with street riders, a shiny front area, boats and canoes coming and going and lots of busy tourists going on the paved road.

The newly renovated Opera Bar right next door to the Opera House and the harbor offer you an exciting view of the Sydney Harbor Bridge. It is a great place to bask in the sun, have a drink, enjoy delicious food and enjoy the life around us, after all, there is a reason why it is called the "best beer garden in the world".

Sydney Harbor Bridge: It doesn't get much more Sydney than walking over the iconic Harbor Bridge.

This massive design is not only a symbol of the world but also serves as a city center. You can do some bridge climbing to enjoy some views of the city and the surrounding area but you can't bring a camera with you for safety reasons.

So it is very nice to walk down the aisle and cross the bridge on foot and get yourself some amazing pictures of Opera House and the city sky along the way.

Luna Park: Luna Park is one of Sydney's most popular destinations for tourists and locals alike.

Take a boat ride from Circular Quay to Milsons Point and find yourself in this amazing world of fun rides, games and snacks! Located in the port of Article Search, the famous Luna Park has a rich history attached to it and an amazing view of the city!

Jump the Ferris Wheel and you will see the city sky in a way you have never seen before from a few feet from the ground. From here you can view the bridge near the iconic lane.

Other Options: Ms. Macqauries Chair offers a unique view of the city sky and front of the harbor water. This bench cut into the shape of a bench is located on the peninsula and can be accessed at any time of the day although the view of the sunset here is spectacular.

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