There is plenty to do in Adelaide and walking between the ample tourist attractions is possible. Public transport is cheap and regular if you prefer. The city offers many different tours that will take you to the places of interest including Adelaide's many highlights.
The Casino, Suburban Train Station, various Art Galleries, Library and University are all along North Terrace, to the North East of the City.
The North Parkland is the festival centre and the gateway to North Adelaide via King William Road, across Torrens River. The river was named after Colonel Robert Torrens; a political economist.
The State Library has a wide range of books and other materials and also hosts various exhibitions. It also holds most National and International major daily papers, so you can keep up with the news from across the globe.
Adelaide is also well known for its art and theatre. It is a city full of culture and heritage and features one of the best arts festivals in the world. Adelaide is called the Festival City; hosting the Adelaide Festival, Womadelaide World Music Festival and Wagner's Ring Opera Cycle.
There are plenty of places to experience Adelaide's artistic qualities, from it's many art galleries, studios and concert halls to one of it's many diverse theatres or cinemas.
Adelaide's local newspaper 'The Advertiser' can be bought daily. On Thursday the paper includes an entertainment section and a travel section on Saturday. If you have transport or are travelling to or from Adelaide there are plenty of tourist attractions to check out in the rest of South Australia.
Destinations within Adelaide
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