Sydney in a Day in Sydney
Call it a day! When time's pressing, a great option is to stick to Sydney's city centre where you'll see the main attractions and you can complete a fulfilling and enriching tour!
You may start at the Sydney's Opera House, a World famous venue; then you may walk trough East Circular Quay to the train/ferry terminal at Circular Quay. If you head north towards the Rocks District, you'll be arriving at the Museum of Contemporary Art, then fully enjoy your time at the Rocks and pay a visit to the Sydney Visitor Centre on Argyle Street at the Rocks. In this district you can have a real walk through history!
Then you may well choose to walk back to Circular Quay and stop at the lovely Royal Botanic Gardens. After lunch there are some very nice shops to browse on Elizabeth, Pitt or George Streets. Then, for a panoramicx and breathtaking view of the city you may reach the Sydney Tower at 100, Market street.
After dwelling there to enjoy the sight of Sydney from above,you may drop by Chinatown and have a nice wander there. When the evening time comes, at the Sydney Entertainment Centre you may catch a performance or a movie at George Street. There are plenty of very nice coffee shops and restaurants to break your tour with relaxing moments, and the taxi, bus and train services are extremely good if you'd rather not walk!