Super-dry martinis at Fumo Blu and pumping commercial house at Savvy Bar herald a throbbing nightlife. For those seeking solace in lounge, Tonic fits to a T.
The Adelaide Arts Festival and the Fringe Festival held in simultaneity in March feature an extravaganza of live drama, dance, ... More music and arts.
The colonial influence and modern architecture blend to provide a modern yet timeless touch to Adelaide. The Grange, Parliament House and the Buddhist Temple attest to this claim. The assortment for culture seekers is replete with the Tandany Cultural Centre, the Art Gallery of South Australia and the Adelaide Central Market.
It has a Mediterranean climate with scorching summers (December to February) and mild, soggy winters. Spring and autumn are the best time to enjoy the variety of landscapes—mountain ranges, parklands and sultry beaches.
Home to 1.4 million inhabitants, it is the most teeming and multicultural of the Australian cities. On Adelaide’s city streets, ... More it is not unusual to hear people speak Italian, Greek, Lebanese, Vietnamese or Arabic.
Thanks to Colonel William Light who laid out Adelaide’s street plan, the city is one of the rare metropolises that exude a ‘city in a park’ feel.
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