Adelaide is a coastal city in Australia
Famous destinations here are Victoria Square, D'Arenberg, and Elder Park
South Australia Museum in downtown city
Adelaide is also a heaven for shopaholics at the South Australian Museum and Australia the Gift
Restaurant Orana and Sean's Kitchen for food hunters
Also, you can stay at iStay Precinct Adelaide while you are in the city
Victoria Square, a beautiful green place in the city. Also, known as Tarntanyangga. The central square of 5 public squares in Adelaide, designed by the founder of Adelaide, Colonel William Light. It's the best place to watch people and crowds.
South Australian Museum is a natural history museum in Adelaide. It's built in 1856. Really old but this place is still stunning. A great place to explore cultural and aboriginal artifacts. Also, you will be amazed by its famous dinosaur skeletons and giant squid.
Northside Souvenirs, a big store located in downtown city. Offering local souvenirs including Aboriginal souvenirs like sheepskin, kangaroo skin, and lambskin. Australia the Gift is another recommended place to get beautiful souvenirs. It has a huge collection at cheap prices.
Adelaide is famous for Kitchener Bun. It is a doughnut with no hole and filled by jam and cream. You can get it at many bakeries or cafes in the city. Also, don't miss Beerenberg Farm jars and pie floater too. Adelaide is also famous for the finest wine in all Australia.
Most people in Adelaide speak English. But, some citizens speak different languages when they are at home, like Italian, Mandarin, Greek, Vietnamese, and Cantonese. For the English language, there are many slang words spoken in the city, especially by younger people. But, the city is so tolerant of various cultures or religions. So, it is a peaceful destination to explore.
The best time to visit Adelaide is from March to May and September to November. It's during the fall and spring. It's when the weather is just right to come.
iStay Precinct Adelaide, a simple and comfortable hotel, located 10-minutes walk from renowned Central Market and 3 km from Adelaide Zoo. It's located in downtown Adelaide. But, if you prefer staying in a relaxed area, you can stay at Adelaide Luxury Beach House. Surrounded by a calm atmosphere and sandy beach. Also, close to seafood restaurants and boutiques.
Restaurant Orana, a modern wooden Australian restaurant with Australian music and aboriginal artworks. Offering delicious Australian cuisines and tasty wine pairings too. You can also go to Sean's Kitchen. A cool restaurant, serving delicious oysters to burgers with good prices and big portions.
Café Troppo, a cozy cafe for having breakfast or brunch. It's a seasonal cafe with delicious foods and drinks. Don't forget to try its Chilli Eggs. Another cafe to go to is Elementary Coffee. It's a warm cafe with wonderful cuisines and coffee. It's famous for roasting their own coffee beans and also their yummy roasts.
Electric Circus is a nightclub with local and international DJs. Providing dance space and good music. It also has great cocktails to offer. Another place to spend your night is Proof Bar. A cozy bar, serving a huge collection of cocktail, wine, gin, and espresso martini.
Adelaide Botanic Garden is a green garden with a beautiful setting. It has cool-designed greenhouses and rare plants in the area. Also, visit the Art Gallery of South Australia. It is The national gallery famous for its visual arts. It's the second-largest state art collection in Australia with almost 45,000 works.
Hallett Cove Conservation Park is a coastal park located in the suburb of Hallett Cove on the coast of Gulf St Vincent. It's an amazing geological site and so recommended to be captured. Also, come to Elder Park. A public open space with its famous rotunda from 1882 standing in the area. Don't forget to take some pictures. Then, explore the lake with paddleboats.