Surf, sea, sun, that shimmering Opera House, and a whole load of fun – that's what's on the menu to travelers who jet off across the width of the Pacific to Sydney. It's the largest metropolis in Australia and a downright hubbub of shopping and nightlife (check out The Rocks and Darling Harbour), backpacker beer bars and surf shacks (look to Bondi and Manly), and cuisine (soy-sizzling Chinatown is a must!). Cheap flights to Sydney from USA could also open up swathes of New South Wales. That's a stunning land, rising to the hazy Blue Mountains and crashing down to the Central Coast through rainforest-filled valleys.
Sydney Harbour is the anchor of the whole city. It's a must-visit, hosting the likes of Sydney Opera House and the Harbor Bridge.
Dawn patrols on the breaks and evenings of glugging beer with backpackers – that's the itinerary down on Bondi Beach.
Adventure ready? Make for the Blue Mountains. They're a reserve of eucalyptus woods, gushing waterfalls, and sheer-cut peaks.
Right now, February/2020 and March/2020 are the lowest-price times in the year to travel to Sydney. June/2020 is the most expensive time of year to fly to Sydney.
Qantas Airways, Virgin Australia, Delta, Jetstar, United, American Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines fly non-stop between the United States of America and Sydney.
Air New Zealand is the cheapest airline to fly from the United States of America to Sydney.
The best airline to fly to Sydney from the United States of America is Qatar Airways. For non-stop flights then Qantas Airways is the best. Jetstar is the best low-cost airline.