Moseley Beach Club, Glenelg Beach, Adelaide, South Australia © South Australia Tourism
Guida dei sobborghi di Adelaide
Beaches, laneway bars, sandstone architecture and street art: in Adelaide’s happening neighbourhoods, there’s something to discover around every corner.
By Ute Junker
Haven’t visited Adelaide yet? The time is now, as a fantastic destination awaits. Small in size but big in personality, this pretty city sits snugly between some of Australia’s most beautiful beaches (including ones where you can swim with dolphins), top wine regions (including the Barossa Valley and the Adelaide Hills for starters) and memorable nature experiences, such as wildlife-lovers’ favourites Kangaroo Island and the Eyre Peninsula.
But you don’t need to leave town to enjoy the best of Adelaide – its city centre is easy to navigate and packed with delights, including a lively laneway scene offering some of Australia’s best restaurants and bars, while its waterfront suburbs offer beaches, boutiques and gorgeous heritage buildings. Which neighbourhood will be your favourite?
Dove: centro città, East End, West End, North Adelaide
L'elegante architettura in arenaria dei quartieri centrali di Adelaide può far pensare a una città piuttosto formale, ma questa impressione è lontanissima dalla realtà. Scopri piccoli bar sotterranei o sui tetti dei palazzi del West End, chiacchiera con gli abitanti passeggiando tra i parchi lungo il fiume a North Adelaide o cena in alcuni dei migliori ristoranti australiani del centro città e dell'East End. Vicini e facilmente raggiungibili a piedi, questi quartieri offrono un mondo di attrazioni da esplorare.Più info
By the water
Where: Glenelg Beach, Henley Beach, Port Adelaide
Swimming, kayaking, dolphin-spotting: there are all kinds of ways to get wet in Adelaide’s popular waterside suburbs of Glenelg Beach, Henley Beach and Port Adelaide. You can also have plenty of fun on dry land, from lively community markets and scenic coastal walks, to inviting heritage pubs and striking street art.Più info