Visit Adelaide – Must-Do Activities


Adelaide has been in my bucket list for quite a few years now, finally, I had a reason to visit it. I did my master’s degree while working full time, the darkest time of my life ๐Ÿ™‚ it was quite a struggle to get it done, well it was all worth it at the end. So my graduation was in Adelaide, yippee I did pass ๐Ÿ™‚ we planned a short two night stay in Adelaide. Planning to do a short visit to Adelaide and not sure if it is worth the trip? well, I have the answer for you, so keep reading.


Where to stay in Adelaide?


We stayed in the city and booked the Hilton Adelaide as it was close to my graduation venue. Everything was pretty much central to everything, all restaurants, shops are all walking distance. We did hire a car because we were planning to go out of the city, but parking was expensive, we did choose the hotel parking as it was the most convenient option. it was around $40 a day. The hotel was amazing and the service was quite good, I definitely recommend this hotel.

Is Adelaide worth visiting?

Absolutely. Adelaide is a city filled with beautiful landscapes, rich cultural heritage amazing wineries and some of the best food destinations in Australia, well if this sounds like what you like to do, then you should definitely book a trip now to Adelaide.

Things to do in Adelaide


Penfold winery

The main question is what kind of a person are you? well, I love wine and food and my main focus of visiting Adelaide was to visit the famous penfold winery. if you are a wine lover, it is a definite must-visit. We did a wine tasting and also purchase a few wines that are not sold at the retailers. Make sure to get some to add to your collections.

Best places to visit in Adelaide

Handoff German village. This is a city rich in cultural heritage and when you step into this suburb it’s like your stepping into a german village in Europe. loud german music, chatter, big glasses of beer and big platters of German food. it’s definitely a must-do in Adelaide.
We ordered German sausage platter with Sauerkraut, pretzel bread and german potato salad. I love German food and this definitely took me back to Germany. The street is filled with shops, restaurants, pubs and museums. It is a very lively street.

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Have you visited Adelaide? What other activities did you do?