Sydney is the largest and most famous city in Australia. It is a large metropolis in the streets which you can meet people of different nationalities and cultures. Skyscrapers and business districts of Sydney side by side with ancient Mediterranean houses, and near residential areas of the city there are always beautiful parks. Every year Sydney attracts millions of tourists from different countries, some of them attracted by Australian culture, others can’t wait to visit the famous Sydney Opera house, third attract excellent beaches of Sydney, located on the Pacific ocean. In any case, this beautiful, bright and hospitable city will not leave indifferent – his visit is sure to leave a lot of interesting experiences.
For Sydney’s subtropical oceanic climate in the city all year round is warm and sometimes quite hot weather, precipitation falls mostly in the winter months. The warmest time of year in Sydney is between December to March, the coldest months are from June to August. The climate in the different regions of Sydney is a little different: on the coast weather is much more stable than in the Western part of the city, where there are often sharp changes in temperature. The average temperature in January, the hottest month of the year ranges from 24 to 28 degrees Celsius, the average July temperature is 12-15 degrees Celsius.