Australia is one sizzling hot holiday destinations in the world today. Apart from having the world's most spectacular range of beaches, Australia is home to Sydney city which is trending for tourist attractions. If you want to experience a beautiful destination, rich culture and friendly people, Sydney is the place to take your vacation. While there do not pass by without visiting the famous Sydney Opera House.
The Sydney Opera House is a cultural centre that is famous for its spectacular architecture. The building is an ensemble of white tile sails that are perched on a platform of pink granite. It was declared as one of UNESCO's World heritage Site.
The Opera House is home to a large Opera theatre, concert hall, drama theatre and intimate play House. You can witness the most-iconic building in Sydney. You are also given a guided tour of the whole place including backstage studios as well as other technical areas. You cannot leave the Opera House without experiencing the most-delicious French cuisine at the Guillaume restaurant. You can also treat yourself to a couple of drinks while taking in the harbour view at the outdoor Opera bar.
The Opera House is open throughout the year with different performances. Your time of visit will depend on the show that you choose. Different shows are priced differently. Children that are less than two years can be allowed to go in without charges; however, they do not get a seat hence they must sit on their guardian's lap.
Performances in Sydney Opera House are prompted to start on the time on the ticket. Once you get your tickets, save some time for travelling, parking, ticket collection, cloaking and other activities so that you do not miss the show. You are expected to cloak any item larger than a standard A4 paper for safe keeping.
There are many highlights for you to experience in the Opera House hence you can easily find yourself spoilt for choice. You can take a tour of the whole Opera House that will last you an hour. You can experience spectacular behind the scenes action from some of the world's greatest performance art centres. Enjoy a culinary extravaganza by tasting a plate from the award winning chefs at the Opera kitchen. You can finish your tour by taking in the spectacular views of the harbour as you have delicious bites at the Guillaume restaurant.
The good thing is that the Opera House is located in the city. You can get there by road, rail or ferry. It is only a five to seven minute walk from the Circular Quay. You can catch a train or ferry to Circular Quay and then walk to the Opera House. Complimentary shuttles can pick the elderly and less mobile clients from Circular Quay by neat Stand E and drop them off. However, they are not available on Sunday evenings. It also picks people after the performances for return trips. If you want convenient travel in a large group, your best option is to use a minibus or coach hire.
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