Adelaide's well-planned boulevards, colonial stone architecture and generous parklands, which cover almost half the city, make it a pleasant, picturesque place to discover. Adelaide's elegant restaurants and fashionable wine bars spill onto the streets, creating a balmy Mediterranean-style atmosphere.
The North Terrace is Adelaide's cultural boulevard and it's here you'll find museums, libraries, galleries and the most beautiful buildings.
Adelaide Central Market is a ‘must-see' highlight and the hub of the city's food and wine obsession, likewise the National Wine Centre aims to help visitors better understand the region's most famous export.
Adelaide has some of Australia's best city beaches and just beyond its outskirts are the beautiful farmlands and villages of the Adelaide Hills and world-class wineries of the Barossa Valley.
Glenelg is Adelaide's favourite beach destination, around a 20-minute tram ride from the city centre, and always a buzz with people enjoying the sea, foreshore parks and summer entertainment.