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Adelaide is a well-developed city and popular tourist destination. The best time to visit the city is between September and May. There are many tourist landmarks - from museums, gardens, art galleries, sea life, wildlife, beaches and mall. There are many flights from London to Adelaide offered by Emirates, Qantas, China Southern, Qatar Airways and Singapore Airlines. Low cost flights and accommodation within a budget are easily available in the city.
Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia. The city is north of the Fleurieu Peninsula on the Adelaide Plains, between the Gulf of St Vincent and the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges (which surround the city with their scenic beauty). The city is home to many governmental and financial institutions. Adelaide is popularly known as the "City of Churches", referring to its diversity of faiths. The ideal time to visit the city is between September and May, when the city is transitioning from its warm-to-hot, dry summers and mild, short winters.
Adelaide Central Market is a bustling destination for fresh produce. Mount Lofty is the highest point in the southern Mount Lofty Ranges and offers hiking, gardening as well as a proximity to nature. Adelaide Botanical Garden houses exotic plants, conservatories and cafes. Adelaide Zoo includes thousands of creatures and interactive experiences within a green oasis. Adelaide Oval is a redeveloped sports arena and events venue. The South Australian Museum is devoted to natural history artifacts and an exploration of Aboriginal culture. The Art Gallery of South Australia includes Australian art and important indigenous works. Victoria Square is the largest city park with gum trees and fountains, which also organizes seasonal outdoor events. St Peter's Cathedral is a notable Anglican cathedral with awe-inspiring stained glass windows and sculptures. The National Wine Centre of Australia houses an year-round public exhibition about winemaking, and includes specimens of famous vintages (apart from hosting regular tasting events). Glenelg Beach is a sandy beach featuring an amusement park, golf courses and sailing tours that let you swim with wild dolphins. The nearby Cleland Conservation Park is home to a vast bushland area featuring diverse native wildlife, hiking trails and mountain views. Rundle Mall is the first pedestrianized mall which attracts shoppers from across Australia and is home to the city's top stores.
Adelaide is a kaleidoscopic city that provides you multiple avenues for exploration. It is home to many renowned museums displaying expansive collections of noted indigenous art. It has a vibrant and varied live music scene with venues hosting gigs and performances every night. The booming bar scene offers craft beer, wine from the best local vintners, and many signature cocktails. These unique elements combine to make Adelaide one of the most popular destinations for international tourists.
Adelaide is home to many renowned museums displaying expansive collections of noted indigenous art. Adelaide Central Market is a bustling destination for fresh produce. Must-see includes Victoria Square, Glenelg beach, Mount Lofty and Adelaide Botanic Garden. It has a vibrant and varied live music scene with venues hosting gigs and performances every night. The booming bar scene offers craft beer, wine from the best local vintners and many signature cocktails.