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What are the best ways to get around and explore the city?

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    The University of Sydney

    The University of Sydney

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    Sean here, I'm just standing behind the quadrangle building on the campus and talking about the best ways to get around Sydney City. As you can see, there are plenty of cyclists that drive in and out of that campus each day. Personally, when I moved to Sydney, I sold my vehicle, and that was just because we had such a good public transport system. All you need to get is an open cut. There are also many places for buses, trains and ferries to get anywhere.

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    University of South Australia

    University of South Australia

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    Hi, this is Sarah from NASA. I'm here at this U.S. campus in L.A. City, the city is known as a 20 minute city, which means that it only takes 20 minutes to get to the beaches of the hills. The city center is serviced by free transit buses. So you can just hop on whenever you want. The city is also quite flat. So it's very easy if you don't have a car to get it out by foot off my bike.

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    University of New England

    University of New England

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    Armidale is a very accessible, small city, and my favorite way to see the sites around town is by bicycle. Cycling gives you a good slow pace to take in the sights. There's a bike path connecting the university and the city, which is safe, inconvenient when you are riding on the road. Drivers are courteous towards cyclists. There's not really too much traffic. It's hilly, but never too steep. And there are a lot of historic buildings and other sites to check out.

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