Travel & City Guide

Business Class to Sydney

Cheap Business Class Flights to Sydney

Read on before you book your cheap business class flights to Sydney. We have compiled some helpful information to prepare you for a visit to this vibrant and dynamic destination.

An introduction to Sydney

Sydney, Australia, has earned a reputation of being an unforgettable world-class city. Once a penal colony, Sydney is now considered one of the most desirable places in the world to live. Although not the country’s capital, Sydney is a thriving center for both business and the arts. It boasts a bustling, cosmopolitan scene that rivals even New York and London. This sun-soaked, beach-strewn metropolis has much to offer in the way of cuisine, culture, food, sport, and experiences. There is truly something for everyone here.

While in Sydney

Let’s take a look at some of the highlights this great city has to offer.

What to see and do in Sydney

Many of Sydney’s attractions can be found in and around the sparkling Sydney Harbor. Some of the top visitor attractions are as follows:

  1. Sydney Harbor Bridge
  2. Sydney Opera House
  3. Taronga Zoo
  4. Bondi Beach
  5. Darling Harbour
  6. Sydney Tower
  7. The Rocks
  8. Royal Botanic Gardens
  9. Centennial Parklands
  10. Art Gallery of New South Wales

If you plan on visiting the most popular tourist spots, it may be a wise investment to purchase a Sydney Attraction Combo Pass, available from or at the Sydney Aquarium. The pass grants you access to up to five places – SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney, Sydney Tower Eye, Manly SEA LIFE Sanctuary or Madame Tussauds Sydney.

Another good option to see several sites in one day is the Sydney and Bondi Explorer Hop On-Hop Off Buses. They operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offer 24 or 48 hour passes. Buses stop at all of the Sydney Harbor attractions and Bondi Beach. They also offer guided commentary in seven different languages.

Food and Drink in Sydney

While barbecue remains the quintessential Australian food experience, expect to find a variety of other options – from casual to fine dining – while in Sydney. Seafood is an integral part of the cuisine; Australia is one giant island, after all. Some specialties include rock oysters, Barramundi (a freshwater fish), and Moreton Bay bugs (a shellfish). Another food staple is “bush tucker,’ or Australia’s endemic flora and fauna. It is usually lean and quite delicious. Additionally, kangaroo meat has been growing in popularity in the past two decades. Steak and prawns are still the most prominently featured items on the menu. For your dining experience, expect to come across both self-service eateries and restaurants with table service. Bistros, cafés, family-style restaurants and pub lunches offer good food at reasonable prices. Most restaurants and hotels are licensed to serve alcohol. Some restaurants allow guests to bring their own alcohol and are called ‘BYO’ restaurants

As for drinks, Australia’s wine industry has blossomed in recent years. Some of the more popular wineries include Coonawarra, Clare Valley, and Barossa Valley. Beer is not hard to find in Australia and is served in either a ‘schooner’ of 425mL or a ‘middy’ of 285mL. You can probably find a classic pint in most bars, though. Coffee is a bit of a national obsession, so you will certainly be able to get a very good cup throughout the city. Incidentally, many wineries, breweries, and distilleries are open for public visits and tastings.

Tipping is not common nor is it expected in Australia. Additionally, no service charge will be added to your bill. In fine dining restaurants, though, a 10% gratuity is expected.

Shopping in Sydney

Items of note to purchase in Sydney include local wines; wool, clothing, leather and sheepskin products; precious or semi-precious stones, such as opals and black pearls; and modern art sculpture and paintings. Indigenous artworks and artifacts are prolific. To ensure you are purchasing an authentic item, the best places to buy are outlets supported or owned by Aboriginal communities. Opening hours for most stores in the cities are Mon-Fri 0900-1730, Sat 0900-1700. Corner stores, restaurants and snack bars are open until well into the night.

Culture and Nightlife in Sydney

For culture, Sydney offers a wide variety of very good theater and performance art as well as orchestras, opera companies, and live music. As for after hours, Sydney’s nightlife is wide and varying. Cafes, bars, and clubs can be found throughout eh city. Kings Cross, The Rocks, and King Street are the epicenters of the action, though. Nightlife and cultural listings appear in Metro, the Friday edition entertainment section of the Sydney Morning Herald and in Time Out

When to book your cheap business class flight to Sydney

As Australia is in the southern hemisphere, the seasons are opposite to those in Europe and North America. Winters are cool, but not intolerable. Summers can get very hot, but that is usually the best time to hit the beach. Major events during the summer, such as the Sydney Festival and Mardi Gras, tend to draw big crowds of international visitors. Consequently, prices for airfare and accommodation tend to be lower in the winter. The highest prices are usually found between December and March. Sydney is a long way from North America and Europe. Flight time from New York is 21 hours, from Los Angeles is 13 hours, from Toronto is 22 hours, and from London is 23 hours.

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