Sydney with a population of almost 4 million, and covering almost 1120 square kilometres (700 square miles), is a remarkably easy city to move around in. An excellent train, bus and ferry service covers all points of the greater metropolitan area. Roadways, although congested in peak hour times, are generally well planned and driving is not too harrowing an experience. Unless visitors to Sydney are specifically seeking out friends in outlying areas, most will have no real need to travel too far away from the central city area and the harbour. Most Sydney tourist attractions are either within the central business district, close to the CBD, or at points around the harbour. The exceptions are Bondi and Manly - surf beach suburbs situated south and north of Sydney Heads. Sydney is one of the most multicultural cities in the world and hosts many different festivals and some of Australia's largest social and cultural events. Sydney's iconic Opera House has five theatres capable of hosting a range of performance styles. It is the home of Opera Australia, the third busiest opera company in the world, and the Sydney Symphony. Markets in Sydney offer an extensive range of produce, new and second hand merchandise. There are both outdoor and covered markets in Sydney, Australia. Notable markets in the Sydney area include Opera House Market, Sydney Fish Market, Paddys Market and The Rocks Market. Sydney has an array of notable attractions located in the Sydney CBD, and surrounding areas. Some of these include: Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Luna Park Sydney, Sydney Chinatown, Darling Harbour, Australian Museum, Sydney Olympic Park, Taronga Zoo and many more. If you've only got a week or a few days in Sydney, your time would be best spent by taking a walk around the wider CBD area, visiting The Rocks or spending time on the harbour. The harbour is Sydney and on a warm day, with a clear blue sky, there is no better place on earth.