If you’re looking for a Sydney city tour with a difference, a food tour can be an ideal option. Like most large cities, Sydney has diverse neighborhoods, along with unknown eating places where only the locals know about. Some food tours focus on a specific cuisine, such as Chinese, Indian or Middle Eastern while others take you around the eating spots of a particular area, such as the Rocks or King’s Cross. Many of the best food tours take place on foot, and will take between two or three hours. There’s nearly always a tasting or sample meal included somewhere, and your guide is knowledgeable about the city’s history and culture, as well as its food secrets. If you’ve already seen the major sights of Sydney, and want to experience something different, food tours are a great way to spend a couple of hours.