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It central square mile is surrounded by parklands that are dotted with an impressive blend of ancient eucalypts, rose gardens, sports fields, a golf course, walking and cycling trails. There are even green zones inside the city centre, for green squares, the Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the legendary Adelaide Oval.
Locals and visitors alike call Adelaide the twenty-minute city because it a breeze to navigate whether you are using public transport, driving, or walking its wide streets.
Colourful Adelaide Central Market is the true heart of this food-and-wine obsessed city. Explore the sights, colours and sounds of the market and enjoy breakfast, or lunch, at one of many eateries you?l find there or along nearby Gouger Street where you can pretty much take your pick of national cuisines.
A day devoted to the North Terrace precinct, Library, SA Museum and Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery, the Art Gallery and the magnificent National Wine Centre of Australia and the Botanic Gardens is almost essential when one is visiting Adelaide.
Coastal Adelaide is popular all year round and relaxed dining is popular, especially followed by a seaside stroll. Wide, clean and long, Adelaide suburban beaches are well known to the locals and a very pleasant surprise to newcomers.