Wednesday, 10 June 2015

When in Adelaide …

THE three-hour Feast On Foot food and street art tour takes in the sights of #Adelaide while sampling the city’s most mouthwatering food. Departing Saturdays at 10am, the tours start from the Stag Hotel, one of Adelaide’s oldest pubs, and from there walkers will experience everything from Middle Eastern snacks to gourmet chocolate to dumplings.

See Adelaide offers half and full day tours that explore the city and surrounding areas, including Glenelg, the Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu Peninsula, and the Barossa. Half day tours with morning departures give visitors the option of including a leisurely afternoon in the historic township of Hahndorf, while those choosing afternoon tours can have dinner in Glenelg or a Temptation Sailing Twilight cruise.

Down To Earth offers 90-minute, easy-paced walking expeditions that bring to life the stories of Adelaide’s heritage and culture. There are six tours to choose: Around the Square; East End Escapade; Cultural Caper; Stately Swagger; Grand Mansions and Sub-divisions; Hills, Squares & Parklands.

Adelaide Sightseeing gives sports lovers a behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic Adelaide Oval. Other new tours for the 2015/16 season include Adelaide’s South Coast and McLaren Vale Tour which explores the city’s southern coastline before visiting the McLaren Vale wine region for tastings.

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