Sydney comprises several large metropolitan areas and is very spread out, its suburbs connected by a wide network of trains and buses. Sydney is a clean and beautiful city with many attractions. Famous landmarks include the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, both situated on Circular Quay. Circular Quay is a perpetual hub of activity and where the city's ferry terminal is located, connecting the central business district (CBD) to the beaches of Manly and the affluent bays of the inner and outer harbors. In terms of beaches, the affluent northern suburbs compete with the busier eastern suburbs of Sydney where the famous Bondi Beach can be found. Shops, cafes and bars line the beachfront on Bondi's Campbell Parade and it's a busy area day and night all year round.
New Zealand's 'City of Sails' is the country's most cosmopolitan city. Home to 48 dormant volcanoes, thriving multicultural quarters, futuristic skyscrapers and pockets of vibrant Victorian architecture, Auckland's multi-faceted nature makes it the perfect beginning or end to any New Zealand holiday.
Auckland is an extremely livable city with a picturesque harbor, glittering skyline, lush parklands and a temperate climate. The city has several museums of note, including a Maritime Museum and War Memorial, plus all the cultural pursuits you'd expect of an international city, from shopping to the theatre. After seeing the sites from the ground up, the bravest head to Sky Tower, the tallest structure in the southern hemisphere, and sign up for the Sky Jump bungee experience.