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Adelaide is the most populous city of Australia. It is vibrant, friendly, encircled by rolling hills, outstanding beaches and a lifestyle that seems unhurried. Visitors mostly love spending their outdoors in spacious parks and flock towards various restaurants offering mouth-watering international cuisines, shopping precincts, clubs and bars.

One can discover local culture, adapt Australian habits and customs, admire art, spend a day at the beaches and hills, explore heretical architecture, leisure out with a drive through the open countryside and savour authentic Australian dishes.  

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Thanks to the coastal location on the southern edge. Adelaide has a moderate climate similar to the Mediterranean region. That makes your stay comfortable throughout the year, though summers can get warm. (Remember that the summer is November through March in Australia).

To experience the best weather during your visit, the months of February to March are considered the best time. The pleasant climate and scanty rainfall paves the perfect weather condition for an unforgettable moment in Adelaide
With a host of shopping hubs, Adelaide is the idyllic city for a full-day splurge and afternoon browse. Good shopping starts in the heart of the city and expands in various directions. Rundle Mall is the retail backbone with international and national boutiques, cafes, buskers, elegant arcades, flower stalls and stores.

The nearby Adelaide Central market is always fun. With dozens of specialty stalls and fresh stalls, you are treated to the best of cafes, food courts and amazing Australian products. King William road is fabulous for high-end fashion, while Glen Osmond Road in Eastwood is the centre for clearance shops. Local visitors love Parade in Norwood with piles of quirky shops and boutiques, while Maylands and Magill Road is known for elegant European antiques.

There are popular suburban Westfield shopping centres at Tea Tree Plaza, Marion and West Lakes with enough shops to trawl for the day.

The capital of South Australia has something for everyone - gorgeous countryside views, fine wine, thriving vineyards, well-maintained gardens and much more. Summer is the best time to explore diverse natural areas and beaches. The city's Botanic Garden in its finest bloom is a favourite for many.

Take guided heritage walks through the city centre and north Adelaide. The guides take you through an unforgettable moment with swimming with dolphins, a walk among the crowded Central Market and limousine tour of the wine region.

The river cruise takes you on Adelaide's most iconic boat tours up till Torrens Weir before turning around and travelling to the Elder Park and the Adelaide Zoo. A captivating journey awaits you at the West Terrace Cemetery. An open-air museum quite unlike any other allows you to immerse yourself in the captivating and long forgotten tales of heroes, pioneers and other colourful characters.

During winters you can visit wineries for tasting, or even take in attractions like the Zoo and ancient relics.

With an environment that's right for al fresco, dining is a celebration that people never get tired of. Adelaide has a high-quality food and wine culture with influences from Asia, Mediterranean and the nations around. Whet your appetite with a host of fresh options that are served: prawns, luscious oysters, home-made cheeses and the seasonal produce from Adelaide hills.

You will find entire streets devoted to dining. Modish Rundle Street is known for its all fresco-style restaurants and cafes. Gouger Street is home to a selection of Asian gourmets and fantastic steaks and seafood. O'Connell streets and Henley Beach Square, Jetty Road and Holdfast Shores are great places to unwind near the coast.

Adelaide's Central Market is a food institution in itself, trading since 1869, and today the market opens its gates to demonstrate cooking classes and allure people to the lively atmosphere.


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