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As the capital of Australia, Canberra is a major hub for government and politics. The city also is known for its galleries and museums, as well as its restaurants and wineries. The scenic area (between the country’s loftiest mountains and the ocean) features parks, nature reserves and lakes. For your stay in Canberra, we recommend the following hotels:

Destination Highlights

Among Canberra’s popular attractions are the imposing Australian Parliament House, dozens of foreign embassies, the National Gallery, the National Museum, the Museum of Australian Democracy, the National Portrait Gallery and the National Botanic Gardens. Annual events include the National Folk Festival and the Canberra Writers Festival. Visitors marvel at the city’s impressive architecture and monuments, and enjoy a wide variety of shopping opportunities.To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel Hyatt Hotel Canberra – A Park Hyatt Hotel.

Travel Tips

It takes less than two hours to fly to Canberra from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne. There are also daily flights from Adelaide and Perth, as well as 14 international flights every week. Airlines providing service include Virgin Australia, Qantas, FlyPelican and Singapore Airlines. A more picturesque way to reach the capital is to rent a car, and drive three hours from Sydney or eight hours from Melbourne. Trains, Car Rental Services and buses also are available. Within Canberra, a visitor can get around on buses, or rent a car or bicycle. One factor to keep in mind is that the city’s gas prices are notoriously high.

If you want to stay near to Canberra International Airport you have many options, for example:

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As of November 2017, the average daily expense of traveling in Canberra was reportedly AU$159 ($129 U.S.). The typical cost of food was AU$28 ($21 U.S.), and a mid-range hotel room for two people rented for AU$250 ($189 U.S.). Canberra’s weather varies dramatically during the year. The summers are quite hot, with temperatures often exceeding 30 degrees Celsius. Because of the city’s relatively high altitude, the mercury can drop below zero in the winter. However, Canberra does not have as much humidity as some other Australian cities experience.

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