The airport is only 5km from the downtown and has the advantage of allowing a quick arrival at one’s hotel or home.
A region producing quality wines. news:
An international gastronomy.
Sumptuously lush valleys, rivers, lakes and Billabongs.

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Aboriginal culture and Art.
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Festivals and Public Events.
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Sports & Culture & Music.

 

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The city of Adelaide is the capital of South Australia.
With its population of a million inhabitants, it is one of the last metropolises to be so well conceived and so fulfilled.

A city of great visual harmony situated on the banks of the Torrens River between the gentle slopes of the hills and the water of the Gulf of  St Vincent.

The Colonel William Light had an inspired thought when, in the last century he traced the wide streets full of verdure giving onto the principal local sites of interest, which, are accessible on foot. A tranquil city of confident individuality, imposing itself through its festivals of diverse cultural and sports interest.

The city possesses an unusual architecture, with its impressive stone buildings which give Adelaide its particular character.

The city of Adelaide and Adelaide North is traversed by the Torrens River, which flows by various parks and gardens, laid out in a rectangular block surrounded by verdure.

 
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King William, Rundle Mall, Hindley Street are the most lively streets in the city and the heart of this busy area is Victoria Square.

King William Road is in the city centre with its imposing buildings built in massive stonework. Rundle Mall is the pedestrian street with all sorts of shops of every kind.
Pulteney Street leads us to Rundle Street, where there are also many shops, restaurants, and pubs, with, a bit further, snack bars, bars, night clubs and discotheques.

A cosmopolitan city that offers diverse festivals representative of a city rich in artistic activity and culture.