Founded in the year 1836, Adelaide is the capital of South Australia state and the fifth most populous cities of the country. Since the mid-nineteenth century, it has been known as the 'City of Churches'. Residents of this city proudly call themselves 'Adelaideans'. While getting around in the city, you would come across its colonial elegance made apparent by beautiful green spaces, central markets, libraries, and museums.
Food in Adelaide
Your Adelaide holiday packages would give you the chance to explore the diverse offerings of food in the city. The duck pasta served in Andre's Cucina and Polenta Bar would be a treat to relish at a reasonable price. Considering the immense popularity of this cosy Italian restaurant, you would have to book your table in advance. Concubine, located at Gouger Street, offers a classy ambience and a great Asian fine dining experience for its patrons. You can choose prawn wontons from the menu, as it is one of the best delicacies of this restaurant.
Tourist attractions in Adelaide
A popular attraction in the city is the Adelaide Botanic Garden, where you can explore a variety of plants, a Mediterranean garden and a wetland. Located close to it is the Adelaide Zoo, which has an impressive variety of animals and an interactive visitor centre. The South Australian Museum also makes for an interesting visit owing to its collections relating to the Aboriginal heritage. It also houses artefacts from the South Pacific islands and Egyptian antiquities. You can spend some relaxed moments on the powdery sands of Aldinga Beach.
Fun things to do in Adelaide
If you wish to get your adrenaline pumping, try rock climbing at the Morialta Falls Conservation Park. You can also scale down the cliffs at Morialta during your holidays to Adelaide with abseiling. Located at a distance of about 15 kilometres from the CBD is Belair National Park, where you can get to enjoy cycling on the mountain-bike trails. You can have an exciting shopping experience at Westfield Marion, the largest shopping complex in Adelaide.
Nightlife in Adelaide
When the sun goes down in Adelaide, the city's tourists and many of its enthusiastic residents throng the bars and nightclubs to have a thrilling nightlife. One of the most happening party districts is Hindley Street, where you can head to Red Square Bar and Lounge. The local party goers fondly call it 'Reds'. It features a red carpet entrance that leads you to an electrifying environment characterised by dual dance arenas and DJs who spin some fabulous numbers.
Stay in Adelaide
Adelaide has different types of accommodations for varying budgets. You can enjoy luxurious stays in the city's five-star hotels that are well-equipped with all the modern facilities. You can enjoy cheap holidays to Adelaide by choosing to stay in the more economical beach lodges. Getting to your desired location in the city is made easy with the help of an efficient transport system that involves buses, trains, trams, and taxis.
Festivals in Adelaide
Besides Christmas and New Year's Eve, there are several festivals and events that are celebrated every year in Adelaide. Among them is the largest art event in the city called Adelaide Fringe. The Adelaide Fashion Festival brings style and glamour to South Australia every year and is recognised by the industry insiders. An arts festival for schools and families, the Come Out Festival was started in the year 1974 and is the largest of its kind in the world.
Best time to visit Adelaide
The months of February and March and the spring months from September to November are the best times to visit Adelaide. Around this time of the year, the weather is extremely pleasant and favourable for outdoor activities. The holidays to Adelaide all inclusive packages of Lowest2 offer include the finest accommodations and locations at the best prices.
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