Friday, 13 May 2016

Tour of the Week: Adelaide City Tour $49


Adelaide boasts a rich cultural history and a stunning backdrop. Bringing together an eclectic mishmash of local restaurants, a lively bar scene, several stand-out art institutions, and a collection of great beaches to boot, it is the ideal place to while away a morning during your time in Australia.

With our Adelaide City Tours, you can get to know everything about this beautiful place, marvel at impressive buildings, and stroll through colourful gardens. If that wasn’t enough, Adelaide is also a hub for wine making, so you can sample some of the delicious local flavours.

Learn About Adelaide’s Heritage

Adelaide has a fascinating history that is imbued in its buildings and local landscape. During the morning, we’ll take you through the picturesque streets, pointing out well-known landmarks and letting you in on some of the city’s more interesting stories. There’s plenty to see around town, and we’ll take you to Victoria Square, which plays out a classic Adelaide scene.

Here, you can kick back and relax, soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of the square and indulge in some people watching.



Foodie Delights


Afterwards, we’ll head to Gouger Street, which is known as Adelaide’s restaurant hot spot. There are tonnes of eateries to check out, as well as the city’s very own Chinatown.

Natural Scenery


Though it is a large, lively city, Adelaide is also home to some beautiful natural scenery. We’ll take you to a selection of parkland that stretches out across the city, including lush botanical gardens boasting exotic flora, and bushland home to some of the city’s most fascinating wildlife.

Ogle the Architecture

Adelaide has some of the most stunning architecture in Australia, and we’ll expose you to some of the most impressive buildings on this tour. We’ll take you to see Parliament House,
the magnificent State Library, Trinity Church, and St. Peter’s Cathedral. As we walk, you’ll also have the chance to enjoy the opulent stately homes that line the streets of the city.

Haigh’s Chocolates

After a morning spent walking, we’ll stop off at Haigh’s Chocolates, where you can grab a complimentary tea or coffee and refuel. There’s a great selection of chocolates to tuck into here, too, and we’ll take a tour of the factory so you can learn more about how it is made.

To finish, we’ll explore the Terraces, the banks of the River Torrens, and marvel at the exceptional views from Colonel Light’s Lookout – the perfect way to end a wonderful day.



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