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Travel To Adelaide And Explore These 4 Best Destinations

It’s no wonder why people love to travel to Adelaide. With vineyard-dotted hills and heritage cities that offer an exceptional food scene. Adelaide is one of the best places to go to in Australia, especially if you’re looking for an adventure mixed with both nature, culture and good food. In this article, I am going to show you some of the best things (and places) in the city, that you might want to check out.

From botanical gardens to the river walks, to its pink-skied sunset. You’ll notice that Adelaide showcases a touch of renaissance, but that what makes the city so unique. Here are my top 4 best and cheapest things to do in Adelaide. Make sure to put these on your adventure list before you start your Australian adventure.

Explore The Art Gallery Of South Australia

Home to over 38,000 artworks dating from 1881, the Art Gallery of South Australia opens daily from 10 am to 5 pm. The fun part here is, it’s all free. You’ll be able to explore the area and see some of Australia’s outstanding artworks without spending a single cent.

Adelaide Art Gallery

The Art Gallery Of South Australia offers a variety of exhibitions, from permanent and seasonal. The gallery hosts a collection of art from Australia, North America, Asia and even Europe. These arts are composed of paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and even photographs.

Roam Around The Adelaide Central Market

It’s the perfect place if you’re looking for the freshest produce. The Adelaide Central Markets is known as the largest undercover markets in the Southern Hemisphere and has been around since 1869. You can purchase almost all sorts of things here, which is ideal if you’re going to restock some supplies.

Adelaide Central Market

You’ll find these markets in the central city. The market opens on Tuesdays through Saturdays from 7 am to 5 pm. Make sure to visit their cheese stops and the events held in the vicinity. The area hosts a variety of events, from fresh cooking class to vegan festivals. The place also caters a number of stalls that serves grubs and drinks. It’s one of the places to go to if you’re planning to travel to Adelaide.

Eat At The City’s Best Food Stops

Adelaide is a city with a thriving food scene. You’ll definitely find each cuisine in the city exciting, especially. Start by heading to the city’s best food destinations. Go to the East End and Leigh Street, where the best restaurants can be found. You’ll get to choose from high-end dining to cheap street eats.

A restaurant in Adelaide

Aside from the city’s shopping districts, you’ll find bars and restaurants on both East End and Leigh Street. I recommend going to the Golden Boy if you’re looking for a place filled with good food, drinks and music. You can also try the Lunch Central’s menu for a fresco dining experience.

The City’s Hills Wineries and Vineyards

Aside from its exciting food, Adelaide is also known for its celebrated wineries and vineyards. The city’s famous wine regions are home to over 60 wineries and cellar doors. Adelaide Hills also offer local produce for people who don’t have a taste for wine. They also offer cheeses, cured meats, organic greens and even olives.

A vineyard in Adelaide

One of the famous destinations found in Adelaide Hills is Mount Lofty. It’s famous for its summit hike, which is perfect for locals and tourists who wanted to spend their weekends walking across the green summit. It’s one of the reasons why most people travel to Adelaide.


And of course, who wouldn’t want to witness the pink-skied sunset of the city. Adelaide has sub-tropical weather which makes it hotter by the summer and cold by winter. There’s a huge possibility that you’ll be having a hot 40° on a summer that can go for a couple of days, and a chilly 16° in winter.

So there you have it, my 4 best things why you should travel to Adelaide.

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