For all intent and purpose, Adelaide is perhaps the best well planned city in the world. It boasts state-of-the-art health facilities, world class hotels and museums, world-class entertainment, stable political and economic environment, as well as cultural diversity. You will certainly feel at home and at the same enjoy what it has to offer.

Things to do in Adelaide
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As the Englishmen are apt to say, a lot of work with no play made Jack a dull boy. This truth is usually not taken very seriously - and yet - it is so true. So if you are on a business trip in Australia and happened to be in Adelaide, you cannot go wrong with the guide below.

They say if you want to endear yourself to anybody, then show some style in cooking. Of the people in Barossa Wine District, one would not be wrong to say that they cook the best gourmet food in the world. This district, which is about 70 kilometers from Adelaide, has all that holiday makers would want. From the Barossa Fresh Produce Market, Saltrum Winery, to Barossa ranges and Kaiser Stuhl Conservation Park near Naimanya cottage, you will find that this tourist circuit can rival the best holiday destinations in Honolulu. What more, you can do hot air balloons rides, hike around the beautiful vineyards and sample exotic brands of wine.

For entertainment in Adelaide, perhaps the Adelaide Entertainment Center beats them all. It is a 12,000-seater entertainment venue that brings all the world renowned gigs to town. From Beyoncé to Justin Bieber, Alicia Keys to Disney World live; you can expect world class entertainment in this facility.

Not to be outdone is the hospitality industry. The hotels in the city are just fabulous. Oaks Horizon, Istay Precinct, Adabco Boutique, Hotel Grand Chancellor and many others are some of the places you can stay at fairly competitive rates.

Adelaide is the capital of the Southern Australia and the fifth biggest city in Australia. It is home to over 1.2 million people and is strategically nestled on the Adelaide Plateau due north to the Fleurieu Peninsula. The city residents are referred to as Adelaideans which was the name of the Queen of England consult, Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen.

Like all big cities, Adelaide boasts modern transport and communication Infrastructure. Of importance is the Adelaide International Airport which opens the city to international travellers. You can rest assured that if you visit the city, you will meet people from as East as Honolulu or as north as Godthab, Greenland. Other additional means of getting around includes; trains (metropolitan Railways), and buses such as O-Bahn Busways and Adelaide Metro.

For all intent and purpose, Adelaide is perhaps the best well planned city in the world. It boasts state-of-the-art health facilities, world class hotels and museums, world-class entertainment, stable political and economic environment, as well as cultural diversity. You will certainly feel at home and at the same enjoy what it has to offer.

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