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Adelaide City

Adelaide is Australia’s fifth largest city, was named in honor of Queen Adelaide, the wife of King William IV. A big part of the population of Australia were convicts, the British settlers formed in this city a recreation of Old England, the result are the many churches all around the city.

Adelaide is a quiet and pleasant place, a lot of parks to practice some sport, a beautiful river, and elegant squares, the center of town is Victoria Square, and if you are looking for a restaurant you can go to Hindley Street, Gouger Street, and Rundle Street which is also the primary venue of Adelaide's Fringe Festival. For shopping in Adelaide visit the North Terrace, the Adelaide Botanic Garden and many of galleries and museums are there, and if you want to assist to a cultural performance visit the Riverside Precinct.

At the east of the city you'll see impressive buildings as the State Library, South Australian Museum, Art Gallery and Ayers House. Port Adelaide has a ver special view, stone buildings and wide streets show to the visitors the historic past of Adelaide's port, the port is located less than 30 minutes away at the north west of the city, and now is a very visited place and one of its attractions is the Maritime Museum.

Adelaide Travel Guide - Victoria Square
Victoria Square
Adelaide Travel Guide - Hindley Street
Hindley Street

Adelaide Travel Guide

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