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T+L's Guide to Sydney, Australia

The stylish harbor city of Sydney has it all: a thriving contemporary art scene, game-changing restaurants, and one-of-a-kind shops.

Traveling to Australia? Keep it short.

Australians are an aggressively casual people. Their insistence on a defiantly relaxed, “no worries” worldview has turned them into chronic abbreviators and nicknamers. This happens...

Sydney’s Next Great Neighborhood

Hidden in the downtown of Sydney, Australia, the once rough-around-the-edges district of Surrey Hills has emerged as a top culinary, shopping, and arts destination.

World's Best Cities

Travel + Leisure readers pick the world’s best cities, casting their votes for this year’s most dynamic, vacation-worthy places.

World’s Best Trip: Sydney

How to take a World’s Best trip to Sydney.

Sydney’s Original Italian Café

Watch the world go by at Sydney’s original Italian café.

Sydney's Olympic Game Plan | 2000

Residents clearly remember the moment in 1993 when IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch declared that the host city of the 2000 Olympic Games was "Sidd-ay."...

Ask T+L

'04 Olympics...Lille, France...Sydney for vegetarians

Ask T+L: Thanksgiving Hotels, Art in Sydney, Affordable Road Trips

Can you recommend some top U.S. city hotels that serve an exceptional Thanksgiving dinner? —T.M., DALLAS, TEX.

Great Cities, Affordable Hotels

Europe DUBLIN $146 Ireland's best-kept secret, Number 31 (31 Leeson Close, Lower Leeson St.; 353-1/676-5011; www.number31.ie; breakfast included) is part gracious Georgian mansion, part modernized...
HOTELS

Medusa

Compact, designy, and set in an up-and-coming area right next to the gritty Kings Cross (read: red-light) district, Medusa attracts a young, arty crowd that’s too cool for chain hotels. The 18... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Le Petit Crème

This super-popular French café gets as packed as a Kings Cross brothel when the ships are in (as the old Sydney saying goes), especially during the breakfast rush. The reason: probably the best... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Come As You Are

This Paddington neighborhood shop is part of Edwards Imports, a company that works with international fashion brands to bring the latest trends to Sydney. The glass-fronted location has displays of... more ›


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