Adelaide is Australia’s all too overlooked destination that is bursting with culture, flavours, events and attractions. From its famous wine regions to picture-perfect metropolitan beaches, Adelaide always has something going on.
The South-coast city features a thriving restaurant and bar scene thanks to its diverse and cash-rich population, but also offers a host of cultural activities, from wine tasting excursions to historic architecture and lush open spaces. In fact, those who enjoy the outdoors are spoilt for choice here, as the city not only features plenty of parks, but is also surrounded by green landscapes.
Whether you plan to visit Adelaide for business or pleasure, you will find it not only encapsulates everything synonymous with Australia—such as a laid back atmosphere and friendly locals—but also has its own distinct character.
Australian cities in general feature a very high standard of available accommodation and Adelaide is no exception. Of course, the type of accommodation and area you choose to stay in will depend largely on the purpose of your visit, but those visiting the city on an extended stay may be best suited to serviced apartments—which offer a kind of home-from-home level of privacy that traditional hotels simply cannot match.
TheSqua.re present a range of high-end apartments which are specifically selected for our discerning clientele, ensuring they meet with our exacting standards. Our properties feature the lates mod-cons, guaranteeing you a peerless level of comfort, whilst fully equipped kitchen facilities and luxurious bathroom fittings mean you can enjoy your stay in comfort, with complete control over your own catering.
Adelaide offers visitors some great activities and attractions. For those who enjoy getting about and seeing a city, Adelaide offers plenty of historic walks with amongst its famous heritage sites and its range of glass buildings, colonial structures and grand university grounds are an architecture enthusiasts dream. Adelaide Gaol is also a must see—to experience the darker side of the city’s history. The Art Gallery of South Australia is in the city centre and offers fantastic collections of art including classical, modern and contemporary pieces. Alternatively, there’s Tandanya—which offers visitors the chance to learn more about Aboriginal art, culture and history. The National Wine Centre of Australia Learn about Australia's wine-making prowess and experience a tasting and food pairing, which can be a great prelude to an excursion to one of the region's famous vineyards.
For those looking to do a little shopping, there’s Rundle Mall—Adelaide’s premier shopping destination with more than 700 retailers, as well as a series of arcades, old and new, filled with a variety of shopping options. The city is also home to a unique set of markets providing everything from fresh food, hand-made crafts and pre-loved goods
Adelaide is a city of well-connected places and easy to get around by foot, bike or by public transport. Walking and cycling are the best options, thanks to the city's flat and easily navigable streets as well as its expansive network of cycle paths. However, there is also an excellent bus network, provided by Adelaide Metro that covers the entire city and surrounding areas, which is both reliable and comfortable.
Adelaide Metro also has an a array trains and trams throughout the city. Travel on the public transport system can be paid for using either a Metrocard or Metroticket— if you are staying in Adelaide for a week or more the Metrocard is not only more convenient but gives you access to cheaper fares.
Finally there is also the option of taxi services, though they can be a little pricey for anything more than a five-minute trip.
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