Reasons To Visit Adelaide
Adelaide is the fifth largest city in Australia offering practically everything you can imagine whether its beautiful architecture, trendy bars and shops or stunning sandy beaches. There are many cultural landmarks dotted around the city well worth visiting like the interesting Glenelg Town Hall building or the charming Hahndorf town. As a popular city you can expect a diverse calendar of festivals and cultural events each year in Adelaide, while the city also boasts an excellent collection of museums and art galleries for culture lovers. Outside of the city there are a number of national parks and scenic spots for the outdoor traveler, while you won’t be disappointed with Adelaide’s many modern shopping malls, restaurants and bars.
Arriving In Adelaide
Adelaide Airport is situated just 6 km from the city center of Adelaide and is housed within a single terminal complex. If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Adelaide, it is possible to make the trip out of Dubai. Currently the only airline providing flights on this route is Emirates, with all flights leaving from Dubai International Airport (Terminal 3). Read our guide on Emirates baggage allowance information.
When your flight has arrived in Adelaide there are plenty of options available to travel from the airport into the city. There are a number of bus services available offering a cheap way into the city, or you can opt for a taxi to reach your destination directly. Inside the airport itself there are a variety of shops available alongside duty-free shopping, while you can also find a few choices when it comes to dining and drinking. You will also be able to connect to the airport’s free Wi-Fi network during your stay or spend your time in an airport lounge.
Adelaide Travel Information
Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for hotels in Adelaide for every budget
As a UAE national looking to travel to Australia you will need to apply for a visa first in order to enter the country. In Adelaide the weather is at its hottest between November and March with average highs in the mid-to high 20s, while during the winter period from May until August you can still expect relatively mild temperatures. You will find a number of car rental agencies operating at Adelaide Airport at your service, although in the city itself you can rely on its extensive public transport network to get around if you don’t want to rent your own car.
* This information is correct as of January 2018
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