Where to stay in Adelaide
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Where Is Adelaide, Australia Located?
The state capital of South Australia, Adelaide rests on the southern Australian coast protected in the St. Vincent Gulf by Kangaroo Island. Adelaide Airport is five minutes east of downtown and close to the water. The city is an hour and a half flight from Melbourne, just over two hours by flight from Sydney, and a two and a half hour plane ride from Perth. There are multiple scenic tourist trains that run through Adelaide including The Ghan that runs through Alice Springs on its way to Darwin, or the Overland to Melbourne. Public transit in and around the city is abundant with a comprehensive bus system, taxis, trams, and rental bikes.
What Is Adelaide, Australia Known For?
Due to its many colonial-era buildings that have been well-preserved, Adelaide has a distinctly European flair. Adelaide was a planned city developed around a grid that is now encircled by a main road, making the city borders plain to see. Once known as the “City of Churches,” Adelaide has reinvented itself as a sophisticated and multicultural city serving up world-class cuisine, memorable art and live music, and a fantastic festival schedule — fully surrounded by a wine region that produces award-winning wines. Additionally, Adelaide is an unofficial capital of Australian football and cricket, both of which are played in the Adelaide Oval Stadium. Adelaide also hosts the annual Tour Down Under, the biggest cycling race in the Southern Hemisphere.
Home-types in Adelaide
Adelaide has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Adelaide:
- House: 673 vacation rentals
- Hotel: 275 vacation rentals
- Bed and Breakfast: 54 vacation rentals
- Private Room: 33 vacation rentals
Points of interests in Adelaide
Adelaide has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Adelaide:
- Ayers House Museum: 2,194 vacation rentals
- National Railway Museum: 2,194 vacation rentals
- St Peter's Cathedral: 2,194 vacation rentals
- National Wine Centre: 2,194 vacation rentals
- Rundle Mall: 2,194 vacation rentals
- Migration Museum: 2,194 vacation rentals
- State Library of South Australia: 2,194 vacation rentals
- Victoria Square Tarntanyangga: 2,194 vacation rentals
- Adelaide Central Market: 2,194 vacation rentals
- Adelaide Oval: 2,194 vacation rentals
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