Flights from Sydney

Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport is a public-use international airport situated in the suburb of Mascot, 8 km south of the city center of Sydney in Australia. It is the only major airport serving the city. Also known as Kingsford Smith Airport, or simply Sydney Airport, it is the longest continuously operated commercial airport and oldest commercial international airport in the world. Sydney Airport serves as a primary hub for Qantas, also a hub for other airlines like Jetstar Airways, Regional Express Airlines, Virgin Australia, and Tigerair Australia.

Where to go

Taronga Zoo - Taronga Zoo, located on the shores of Sydney Harbour in the Mosman suburb, is the city zoo of Sydney. Opened on 7 October 1916, the 21-hectare Taronga Zoo is divided into eight zoogeographic regions. It also includes an information center, a cafe, and a zoo shop. Taronga Zoo houses over 4,000 animals representing 340 species.

Queen Victoria Building - The Queen Victoria Building is a Romanesque Revival building, built between 1893 and 1898 in the central business district of Sydney. The building was originally designed by Scottish architect George McRae (1858-1923) as a marketplace, eventually used for a variety of other purposes. It became a marketplace again in the late twentieth century after it was restored. An interesting feature of the Queen Victoria Building is its two mechanical clocks seen from the adjacent railed walkways. Both clocks have dioramas and moving figures that depict moments in history, particularly scenes of English royalty accompanied by Jeremiah Clarke's trumpet voluntary (the Royal Clock) and scenes from Australian history from Aboriginal and European perspectives (the Great Australian Clock).

Luna Park Sydney - Luna Park Sydney, formerly Luna Park Milsons Point and also known as Sydney's Luna Park, is an amusement park located at Milsons Point, on the northern shore of Sydney Harbour. The park contains 14 rides for children and adults, and some of its buildings are listed on the Register of the National Estate and the NSW State Heritage Register. In addition, Luna Park Sydney is also used as a filming location for several films and television shows.

One of the nearest and easiest international locations to get to from Sydney is Auckland in New Zealand. Start off by exploring the city center, and make sure to visit the Ferry Building, Sky Tower, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand Maritime Museum, and Queen Street. Visit the Auckland Museum and Institute (War Memorial Museum), Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World, the Museum of Transport and Technology, and Mount Eden.

South Korea's capital Seoul has plenty of commercial attractions that will surely appeal to many tourists. To start off, it is home to one of the most impressive recreation complexes in the world, containing the world's largest indoor theme park as well as an outdoor amusement park, shopping malls, and other useful and entertaining facilities. Shopaholics will also rejoice in Seoul's many shopping districts, including Dongdaemun, Itaewon, Hongdae, Garosugil, and Apgujeong.

How to get out

Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport currently serves 46 domestic and 43 international destinations directly. The airlines providing the most connections are Air New Zealand, Emirates, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, QantasLink, Regional Express AIrlines, Tigerair Australia, Virgin Australia, and Virgin Australia Regional Airlines.

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