Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Things to do on your Adelaide Getaway


 Adelaide is a vibrant hub of culture and stunning scenery. Between the great selection of art galleries and the burgeoning bar scene, there is plenty to get stuck into during your Adelaide tours.

So, what can you do there?

Visit the Lane way Bars

Adelaide’s laneways are a popular part of the city, where tourists and locals head to drink and dine the day away. Old warehouses and traditional shops have been turned into an eclectic selection of bars and restaurants that serve up everything you could think of – from tapas and local Australian food, to Serbian cuisine and colourful cocktails.

Animal Spotting

Australia is a hub for animal lovers, and Adelaide’s Zoo is the perfect place to head to get up close and personal with native wildlife. It is home to almost 2000 animals, including favourites like kangaroos and koalas.

Get Arty

Adelaide is quickly becoming a huge arty hub thanks to its great collection of galleries. Along the North Terrace, one of the city’s most opulent boulevards, there are a number of institutions to check out. There’s the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum, and the Botanic Gardens, for those looking for an outdoor arty adventure.


Head for the Hills

There are numerous Adelaide City tours that take you just outside of the city to the surrounding Adelaide Hills. Here, you can soak up the peaceful atmosphere in a stunning setting, as well as sample some of the local food and check out a selection of winemakers that characterize the area.

Get Your Food On

Adelaide is a great destination for food lovers. If you’re looking to sample some local flavours, hotfoot it to Adelaide’s Central Market, which serves up an outstanding collection of fresh produce. Think fresh fruit, vegetables, organic meats, artisan cheeses, and a never-
ending supply of seafood. There are plenty of opportunities to sample the food on offer, or you can sit back and relax with a coffee and watch the bustle unfold around you.


Kick Back at the Beach

If you’re looking to relax, Adelaide’s beaches are the places to go. There is popular Glenelg, which boasts a vibrant backdrop, Henley and Grange, with old wooden piers and lively beachside cafes, as well as numerous others to enjoy.

However you choose to explore Adelaide, be prepared to get to know a colourful city that has lots to offer.

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