Sydney, known for its Opera and Harbour Bridge as national icons and for its surfing tradition, it is the largest city in Australia and it is in the southeast of the country.
This important city is one of the most multicultural centers worldwide and one of the most popular destinations for foreigners from all over the world who want to start a new life: to find work, to study English or to continue with their higher education.
In terms of quality and cost of living Sydney is an expensive city, and it has been considered one of the 10 best cities to live in thanks to its great quality of life.
If you love culture and leisure, the Sydney Festival, Film Festival and the Sydney Royal Easter Show are just some of the events that hosts this wonderful city that you cannot miss, plus the many theatres, galleries, gardens and museums like the City Recital Hall, the Australian Museum and the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
If you stay here you have to visit its picturesque neighbourhoods like Kings Cross, with a younger and university environment; Newtown, where you will find shops and ethnic restaurants to enjoy the cuisine of many parts of the world such as Thai; Paddington, with Victorian architecture and independent art galleries for romantics and Chinatown, that has become a cultural and commercial center.
If you are a nature lover and adventurer this city represents a perfect union between the urban and the natural, with more than 50 beaches where you can fully enjoy the surfing culture and customs of the area.
Its official language, like in rest of the country, is English. Our advice is that if you want to move to Sydney, and English is not one of your strengths, you should look for one of the many language schools.
To get around the best choices are the metro, bus, tram and monorail.
With a subtropical climate, summers are mild with warm temperatures and winters are cold but with no extreme temperatures.