Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is sometimes called the world's most isolated metropolis. Indeed, from the west, the city is washed by the waters of the Indian Ocean, and in the east, it is separated from other large cities with thousands of kilometers of deserts and semi-deserts. But upon closer inspection, the “isolated” Perth looks like a blooming oasis. The city is very comfortable, and for many years occupies high places in the ratings of the most convenient cities for living in the world. This metropolis is amazingly clean, well-maintained, friendly and green. The number of large parks in the city alone exceeds a dozen. Still, as many park zones surround it in a semicircle, and small gardens and squares in Perth cannot be counted. Original modern buildings, interesting examples of colonial architecture, well-maintained beaches, excellent shops, restaurants, cafes and clubs, wonderful nature — all this makes the city surprisingly attractive.
Before the trip, you should calculate the approximate budget that you will require for the travel: