Half day, Adelaide must-sees

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Languages available

Half day, accompagned by a guide in your language

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Tour description :

Spend a morning or afternoon exploring the must-see attractions of Adelaide CBD.
 
Your first stop is the Central Market. Each of the stalls has its own individual character so you will be greeted with a tempting array of tasty delights and tantalising aromas. Whilst surrounded with so many intriguing sights and smells, what never changes is the warm welcome you will receive - recognised as the trade mark of this cultural Adelaide icon. Whether or not you have skills in the kitchen, the market will never fail to inspire you with fresh culinary ambition!
 
You will then head to Rundle Mall, the heart of the city, full of street performers and sprinkled with unique sculptures. Its central location provides quick and easy access to the main cultural attractions, such as the South Australian Museum containing the most important Aboriginal artefact collection in the world. Each showcased item is displayed in a way to immerse you in the story of the fascinating and unique Aboriginal culture and heritage.
 
Finally, you will stroll along the meandering paths of the stunning Adelaide Botanic Garden discovering emblematic Australian plants, giant water lilies, stunning pavilions and even a tropical rainforest.
 
Your visit will be filled with surprises and discoveries along the way - a not-to-be-missed experience.

Tour Overview :

Operating days

5 Days a week
Close Sunday & Monday
All year expect Blockout dates
Public holidays on request

Departure points

Pick up at the hotel or meeting point in the CBD at 8.30am for the morning tour
At 2.00pm for the afternoon tour.

Tour duration

Walking Tour starts from 8.30am to 1.00pm
Or 2.00pm to 6.30pm – 4h30

Maximum / minimum PAX

2 – 9

Type of Tour available

Private Guided Tour
Shared Guided Tour

Standard Inclusions

Visit & Special Tasting at the Central Market

Meals

Coffee break

Exclusions

Drop off at the hotel

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