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Cultured and cosmopolitan, South Australia's capital city is framed by parkland and filled with striking modern and Old World architecture. Add world-class food and wine to a buzzing arts scene, and it's easy to see why Adelaide is consistently ranked among the most liveable cities in the world.

Hop aboard a comfortable coach, and set out to explore this coastal capital, getting a lay of the land and picking up tips from your guide on where to come back to later. As you cruise up wide boulevards and down beachfront avenues, your guide shares facts about the city's vibrant festival culture, religious and political history and mix of contemporary and European architecture.

Ride down the North Terrace cultural boulevard, passing by stately institutions like the State Library of South Australia, the Art Gallery of South Australia and the University of Adelaide. Drive by the National Wine Centre, built to resemble a section of a wine barrel, and admire the verdant expanse of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the Bicentennial Conservatory behind it.

Hop off to admire the Gothic Revival façade of St Peter's Cathedral, with its ornate rose window and soaring, gargoyle-adorned towers. Then, leave the church for a different kind of sacred space – the Adelaide Oval. This contemporary stadium frequently plays host to rugby, football, Australian rules football and cricket matches.

Your final stop is at Haigh’s Chocolates, where you can tour the chocolate factory for an up-close look at artisans crafting cocoa confections. Sample some of their delicious wares before returning to the city via the South Parklands and West Terrace.

Cultured and cosmopolitan, South Australia's capital city is framed by parkland and filled with striking modern and Old World architecture. Add world-class food and wine to a buzzing arts scene, and it's easy to see why Adelaide is consistently ranked among the most liveable cities in the world.

Hop aboard a comfortable coach, and set out to explore this coastal capital, getting a lay of the land and picking up tips from your guide on where to come back to later. As you cruise up wide boulevards and down beachfront avenues, your guide shares facts about the city's vibrant festival culture, religious and political history and mix of contemporary and European architecture.

Ride down the North Terrace cultural boulevard, passing by stately institutions like the State Library of South Australia, the Art Gallery of South Australia and the University of Adelaide. Drive by the National Wine Centre, built to resemble a section of a wine barrel, and admire the verdant expanse of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the Bicentennial Conservatory behind it.

Hop off to admire the Gothic Revival façade of St Peter's Cathedral, with its ornate rose window and soaring, gargoyle-adorned towers. Then, leave the church for a different kind of sacred space – the Adelaide Oval. This contemporary stadium frequently plays host to rugby, football, Australian rules football and cricket matches.

Your final stop is at Haigh’s Chocolates, where you can tour the chocolate factory for an up-close look at artisans crafting cocoa confections. Sample some of their delicious wares before returning to the city via the South Parklands and West Terrace.

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9:15 AM Tour

Duration 3h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
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per adult
AU$66

Total price is AU$66, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Adelaide City Highlights Half Day Tour

Activity/Location

Adelaide

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Adelaide Central Bus Station

    85 Franklin Street

    Adelaide

  • City Center (Hotel Pickup)

    Adelaide


Highlights

  • Overview of Adelaide's historic districts & main attractions

  • Stately landmarks along the North Terrace cultural boulevard

  • Stops at St Peter's Cathedral & the National Wine Centre

  • Guided factory tour & sweet tastings at Haigh's Chocolates

  • Expert guide shares facts about the city's culture & history


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Adelaide

  • Chocolate tasting

  • Roundtrip transport from select Adelaide hotels or the Adelaide Central Bus Station

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 2 and younger are complimentary provided that they do not occupy an additional seat.

  • Haigh's Chocolates is closed on Sundays and South Australia Public Holidays. You will visit the National Wine Centre instead. In the event that the National Wine Centre is closed, you will spend more time exploring the city.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 5 days before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Adelaide, SA Australia