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PERTH HOTEL AND TRAVEL - PERTH AUSTRALIA

Perth Hotel and TravelPerth Travel Guide - Perth is located in the southwest corner of the smallest continent in the world, is the capital of the largest state in Australia. Western Australia is bigger than several other countries together. Perth citizens are ‘lonely people’ as Perth is known as the most isolated capital city in the world due to its distance away from its own country capital cities and foreign cities. With 90% of the state population live in Perth, this further make the rest of its 10% populated more isolated and ‘lonely’. The Perth travel guide by Expedia is a very useful tool you can use to plan your trip to Perth, Australia.

Though Perth is not as glamorous as Sydney nor does it have Melbourne’s liveable city make-up, it does have its own charm. The historical presence in the city can still be felt as many of its earliest buildings are still around. One typical example is the Old Mill at South Perth. It is one of the city’s most recognisable and oldest landmarks. The other living example is Fremantle, which is regarded as the best-preserved 19th century port in the world. A visit to Perth must be accompanied by a visit to Fremantle or else your trip to Perth is incomplete.

Perth AustraliaThe other charm of Perth is it can also laid claim to be the sunniest state capital in Australia thanks to its warm and dry climate. This is justified by Kings Park, which is one of its main tourist attractions that are located next to the city. And thanks to its climate again, it allow the perfect condition to produce almost all grape wine varieties. The Matilda Bay Brewery is one of the Perth major breweries and it also produces unique Western Australia beers. Head for Northbridge, its nightlife precinct, for one of these unique beers.

Thus visiting the City of Perth can make you drunk deeply in history. Both wine and Perth’s past are rich in history. Yet Perth is not a sleepy and laid back city but a young and vibrant city with a cosmopolitan ambience. That’s the charm of Perth!

 

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