An afternoon guided tour inside Sydney Opera House followed by a walking tour of the historical Rocks area.
Reference : PMW
Language available : Spanish ; Italian
Meet your guide at Wharf 6 - Circular Quay, before proceeding to the Sydney Opera House, one of the world’s most iconic buildings, which overlooks Sydney’s world-renowned harbour.
This is a building synonymous with Australia’s coming of age.
Learn of its controversial history, its avant-garde architecture and its contribution to Sydney’s rich performing arts scene.
The tour continues with a walk through the hidden laneways of the historic ‘Rocks’ area, Sydney’s birthplace.
You will hear the fascinating stories of convict life in the bustling and often dangerous sea port that was early Sydney.
The stately, elegant buildings of the Regency, Victorian and Edwardian eras that define so much of Sydney’s architectural heritage dominate the landscape.
Hear the fascinating stories about this early convict settlement and its transformation into a thriving and often dangerous seaport.
You may like to finish the tour in one of the Rocks’ many old-fashioned pubs which were an important part of the area’s history and today remain favourites among locals.
• The Italian tour includes a Sydney Opera House tour in English accompanied by your Italian-speaking guide