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Adelaide

DESTINATION HIGHLIGHTS

Adelaide, Australia’s fifth-largest city, is the capital of the southern part of the country. Among the sites to see are mansions and elegant government buildings, as well as museums, galleries and gardens, according to Planetware.com. One of the city’s can’t-miss attractions is North Terrace. Parliament House may be the most impressive structure along the boulevard. For your stay in Adelaide, we recommend the following hotels:

Other interesting sites include the State Library of South Australia, South Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of South Australia, the University of Adelaide, the Migration Museum, Ayer’s Historic House and the Adelaide Botanic Garden. Trip Advisor suggests a one-day tour of four wineries in the Barossa Valley. At the nearby Kangaroo Island, tourists can see seals, wallabies, koalas and kangaroos.





TRAVEL TIPS

Among the companies offering regular flights from London to Adelaide are British Airways, Qantas, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and Qatar Airways. The trip takes about 21 hours, not including stops. Adelaide Airport is about a 20-minute drive from the city. At last report, a cab ride cost about $25. For $5, visitors can take a tram, train or bus within Adelaide. A three-day ticket sells for $25.

If you want to stay near to Adelaide Airport you have many options, for example:

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According to Lonely Planet, a bargain-hunting visitor can get by with less than $150 per day. Dormitory beds in hostels are available for just $25, while a two-bed motel room rents for between $120 and $180. Meals cost as little as $15, and the rate for renting a car for a day is $30 or more. Haggling is customary in markets and small shops.





Although Adelaide is a popular tourist location throughout the year, spring and fall feature the best weather. From March to May, and September to November, it is usually dry with high temperatures in the 60s and 70s. A good place to start is the Adelaide Visitor Information Centre, which provides maps and details about tour options. To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel Peppers Waymouth Hotel.

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