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Adelaide Travel Guide

Adelaide Travel Guide

Adelaide is the capital of South Australia, has a population of over 1.5 million, is a small city but very elegant, located between the Adelaide Hills and the Gulf of St Vincent, has a colonial architecture and is well known as the city of food and wine, a quiet place that offers the tranquillity that a big city can't give you.

The founder of Adelaide is Colonel William Light, whose statue is located at the Montefiore Hill, this city is surrounded by vineyards, in some way it remains the lyfestyle of Australia many years ago, the gardens, parks, the River Torrens, the churches and the buildings with colonial architecture gives Adelaide a peaceful atmosphere. And because of the churches Adelaide is also known as the 'city of churches', one of the main churches is St Peter's Cathedral.

Many inmigrants had arrived to Adelaide and gave it a cosmopolitan look but the earlier German inmigrants gave Adelaide a romantic touch, and they also brought winemaking skills and established wineries, nowadays Adelaide has one of the best wine all around the world.

Adelaide Beaches has more than 60km of white sandy beachfront, the weather in the almost perfect, warm dry summers and cool mild winters, summer temperatures average 27°C and winter months around 15°C, you can practice any water sport here or you can relax taking a sun bath.

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