Experience the Barossa Valley Wineries with wine tasting, visit the Adelaide Hills and experience the sense of Bavaria at the Hahndorf settlement
Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and it is regarded as the culture and commercial centre of the area. Founded in 1836, it was settled entirely by free settlers and was the first city to outlaw sexual and racial discrimination as well as the first state to give women the right to vote. Today, the sleepy little city boasts calmness and serenity, large boulevards, cathedrals, a thriving performing arts scene, music, colourful markets, outstanding street food, a plethora of green spaces and national parks, interesting museums, stunning galleries and a wide range of activities that are sure to keep you entertained.
One of the best ways to have a complete experience of the city is to indulge in some of the best Adelaide tours which include iconic sights like Glenelg Town Hall, Montefiore Hill, Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf and Port Adelaide, Adelaide's historic harbour town. The city is home to numerous museums that give you an opportunity to tap into the culture and history of the area. These include Migration Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia, Bicentennial Conservatory and the South Australian Museum. For those who want to experience the wild outback and have an up close and personal interaction with the animals, visiting the Belair National Park, Cleland Conservation Park and Morialta Conservation Park tours in Adelaide is a must.
One can participate in numerous events and activities like by visiting venues like Haigh's Chocolate, The Adelaide Casino, West Beach, Coopers Brewery and the Adelaide Zoo. The old port, old town, markets, eateries, pubs, bars, nightclubs and sights are sure to keep you encapsulated in the magic of Adelaide.