There are a thousand places you can travel to in the world but only a handful of them really touches your soul. And, Adelaide is a must-visit place and one of them.
For a long time, this small city in Australia was an extremely underrated destination for tourists across the world. But now, that more and more travelers are visiting this place and telling people about it, Adelaide has become one of the top destinations for travelers all around the globe.
But first, let’s know some facts about a must-visit place.
Adelaide was named the capital city of South Australia for the first time by European immigrants.
This makes the city a place with the rich colonial heritage, diverse culture, and mouth-watering cuisine.
So, if you are someone who is planning their next trip to Australia, then Adelaide should be a must-visit place on your list.
And this article will tell you why
- The city’s got everything
Is this even a thing to say? Unlike the rush cities of Melbourne and Sydney, Adelaide is a peaceful city covered by extensive boulevards, beautiful parks, and botanical gardens.
If you are traveling with your loved ones, surprise them with a visit to some of the beautiful sunset and sunrise points in the city. They are just a 30 min drive from the main island. Windy point, Henley beach are a few of them where you can spend quality time with your partner.
But, if you are traveling solo, riding the city on a bike will be a better option.
And if you want some company for the night, Adelaide escorts will never disappoint you.
- They have the best wineries
If you are a lover of wine, then Adelaide is a must-visit for you. It is the wine capital of Australia. It is the place where some of the best wine brands in the world are made.
If you want to get a raw taste of it, you can head to the iconic, Barossa valley, where you can enjoy the scenic beauty of the vast vineyards and also get to enjoy the oldest wines from the winery.
And if you want to dive into some great food, you can check out the Adelaide Central Market.
It has got over 80 food stalls that sell almost everything. You can see how cheese is made, you can feast on chocolate and sip local coffee from shops that are serving for almost 55 years. Crazy, isn’t it?
- You will fall in love with the wildlife
Even if you have never visited Australia, you would be aware of one thing: Wildlife is the most beautiful thing about this country. And the city of Adelaide is no exception. You can even see a lot of animals roaming free on the outskirts of the city.
If you wish to see a koala, you can visit, the Cleland wildlife park where you get the opportunity to cuddle the koala bear, an extremely rare experience.
You can also go swimming with the dolphins along the beaches, there are a lot of small businesses that provide this service for some bucks.
Here’s a travel tip: Buy some animal food on your way and feed them on your visit but only after seeking permission from the authorities.
- Every season is a festival season here
There’s never an off-season in Adelaide. The city always celebrates many festivals that include street parties and restaurants, dance performances, night party markets, and so on. But the craziest one among them is the Mad March where people dance and throw off their boots on the streets for the hot festival game.
The streets are decorated with wall art and the music goes on all-night long.
So, if you want to get a live experience, there’s no better place than Mad March.
- Get to know about the diverse culture
If history excites you, you are going to love this one. As of 2016, more than 76% of the population belongs to the European heritage. Just imagine, how much this country is culturally diverse.
If you want to know more about it, you can visit the museum of migration. They are accessible to all with no entry-fee and will give you a glimpse of all the different cultures and ethnicities about Australia
Over to you…
Beautiful city, amazing wine, good festive diverse culture – I don’t see any reason why one shouldn’t visit this small heaven on earth.
So, when are you booking your tickets to Australia?