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Travel guide to adelaide

The capital city of South Australia is sophisticated, erudite and is better known for its “Heritage Architecture”. The economic cost of living in this livable city along with clean and fresh air, amicable locals, wide and beautiful roads and parks outlines the portrait of Adelaide. This place must be savored leisurely and you can enjoy this place, only when you are aware of the places.

Geography of Adelaide

Adelaide is situated between the rugged south coast of Australia and the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges. The fifth largest city of Australia, Adelaide is centrally positioned among the wine regions namely, the Barossa, the Clare and McLaren Vale. This is complimented by breath-taking wilderness and one of the most popular regions is Kangaroo Island. The coastal city of Adelaide is rightly proud of its prosperous heritage.
Once identified as the City of Churches, Adelaide’s isolation, squashed size and exceptional history is now combined with numerous pubs and hip bars tucked away in inner lanes. Based on its amazing weather, ingenious restaurants, and pulsating creative scene, Adelaide is creating a name for itself as a party City and has some of the best nightlife in the country.
Regardless of these big-city tourist fascinations, parklands surround the city and extensive thoroughfares seem pleasingly uncrowded. The countryside is a stone’s throw away and within a short 20 minute drive you’ll be whisked away from the hustle and bustle of the City. Located approximately one-third of the way from Sydney to Perth, this city of 1.2 million people is ideally positioned to avoid the rest of the world

Things to do in Adelaide

  • 1Discover Adelaide’s stunning beaches
  • 2Meander along the River Torrens Linear Trail
  • 3Visit the picturesque Adelaide Hills
  • 4Get up close to native Australian wildlife
  • 5Cruise the majestic Murray River
  • 6Visit the Adelaide Zoo or Monarto Open Range Zoo

Explore the charms of Adelaide

  • 1North Terrace
  • 2Adelaide Botanic Garden
  • 3Art Gallery of South Australia
  • 4South Australian Museum
  • 5State Library of South Australia
  • 6Adelaide Central Market
  • 7Glenelg beach
  • 8Adelaide Zoo
  • 9Cleland Wildlife Park

Appreciate the most adventurous Events of Adelaide

Among all the Australian cities arts festival including Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, none of them can compare to the stature or sheer enthusiasm of the Adelaide Festival. Its held in March annually and crafted on the city’s natural advantages. Thousands of skills land here from all over Australia, Europe and North America to perform during the Fringe. This city is a major destination for events in “Mad March,” where it presents a multitude of events like

  • 1The Adelaide Fringe
  • 2Wom Adelaide music festival
  • 3Cellar Door Wine festival
  • 4Adelaide festival
  • 5Tour Down Under
  • 6Clipsal 500 motor event.

Adelaide: the Culture city of Australia

The fortunes and riches of Adelaide are founded on mining and agriculture. The city has some of the best Museums, galleries, and gardens in Australia, whilst art lovers are spoilt for choice the music scene is also vibrant with opera, symphony, and a booming live music sight. Outstanding private mansions and majestic public buildings grasp a significant habitat amongst modern high-rises.

Fine wine and food in Adelaide

Diverse flavors pervade Adelaide's restaurants, where you can take a day sightseeing Adelaide's southern metropolitan coastline and stunning McLaren Vale wine yards. Here you can appreciate wine tastings from some of the most prevalent cellar doors and local produce that this region boasts

Shopping in Adelaide

Adelaide is bursting with shopping experiences. Some of the finest shopping zones include Rundle Mall and the East End in Adelaide, The Parade in Norwood, King William Road in Hyde Park, Harbour Town in West Beach, Burnside Village, Jetty Road in Glenelg or Magill Road, Norwood for antiques. Adelaide has it all.

Best time to visit Adelaide

The blend of climates in Adelaide means the best time to visit will depend on your mood and the festivals on parade. Though Adelaide is an all-year-round destination, the most celebrated months are in between January and March when it hosts various sporting events and festivals. The weather is close to perfect, with hot days and clear, star-lit nights.

Transportation

You can pickup an Adelaide Metro visitor pass which allows you unlimited travel on the city’s buses, trams and trains for three days and also gives you entrance to Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale. The pass costs $25 and comprises of a visitor’s pass pack with maps and a travel guide. You can recharge the pass with more credit after three days.

The blend of climates in Adelaide means the best time to visit will depend on your mood and the festivals on parade. Though Adelaide is an all-year-round destination, the most celebrated months are in between January and March when it hosts various sporting events and festivals. The weather is close to perfect, with hot days and clear, star-lit nights.

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