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5. Roam around Rundle Street
After exploring the beauty of Adelaide Botanic Gardens, a good spot to see next is Rundle Street. The street is closed to traffic and has many small and vintage shops and modern shopping centres. Atmosphere is pleasant throughout the whole street – you will see many families having fun, people wandering, street performers and I guarantee you will have a good time.
6. Watch the sunset at Glenelg Beach
Facing west, the Adelaide Glenelg Beach offers stunning scenery and a great sunset view. You can get there by tram from Rundle street – do not forget, trams in Adelaide are free in the centre zone, however you need a ticket to get to Glenelg – you can purchase a return ticket on the tram. It’s about 30-40min tram ride and you get to see the residential areas of Adelaide. Glenelg Beach is Adelaide’s most popular city beach. It is renowned for its wide beach, stunning sunsets, rich heritage, charming hotels and bustling shops, sidewalk cafés and loads of entertainment. Make sure to free an evening or two to visit that lovely spot.
7. Spot some street art
Adelaide is a beautiful and very artsy city – wherever you go, keep your eyes open for some lovely street art.