Car Hire Adelaide Airport
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Argus Car Hire sources great value deals in Adelaide - you can depend on us to get you on your way in comfort and style whether you’re planning a city sight-seeing tour or you’re taking a relaxing tour in the countryside, we’ve got you covered.
What to see?
A mix of sprawling colonial grandeur and urban chic architecture work together and make Adelaide a really pretty place. The Ayers House Museum with its collections is a good example of colonial architecture. Adelaide’s oldest church, the Holy Trinity Church, quietly displays the strength to stand the test of time. Age has not affected its looks either. Stroll, sunbathe or have a picnic at the Adelaide Botanic Garden. Its Bicentennial Conservatory is a steel-and-glass structure, inside which grows a tropical rainforest.
Learn more about the aborigines of the area, the Kaurna people, at the Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute. If war birds give you a high, do not miss the South Australian Aviation Museum. It houses a good collection old war planes. Also check out innovation in films, architecture, culture, and design at the Experimental Art Foundation.
The Adelaide Central Market is a smorgasbord of sights, smells, tastes, and all things you can pick up and examine. Boutiques and specialty shops make the Adelaide Arcade an important part of every shopper’s itinerary.
Your sweet tooth will rejoice when you take it to the Haigh’s Chocolate Shop. And now from your teeth to your toes.
Visit R M Williams for their amazing handmade boots made from single patches of leather. Check out Imprints Booksellers for Persian rugs, jazz, books, and more. Don’t go by the alphabet play of the name - T’Arts is about all things classy.
Where to eat and stay?
A visit to Australia would be incomplete without a little gastronomic indulging. Good Life goes organic on you, without compromising on taste. The award-winning Star of Siam offers Thai food that deserves the accolades. Another award-winning eatery is Mapo, where Korean food is served in stylish yet comfortable environs.
Get a taste of India at Jasmine, Australia’s most awarded Indian restaurant. Or go Italian with Chianti Classico and its homely Italian trattoria feel. And it has awards in its kitty too. Eros Ouzeri keeps it deliciously old-school Greek with a modern twist.
Adelaide is surrounded by wine-growing regions that produce lovely wines. Quite naturally, wine plays a starring role in drink menus in Adelaide. The Sangria Bar at Mesa Lunga and the Royal Oak have built a reputation of sorts for specializing in good wines. Cocktail fans need not feel left out. The Lotus Lounge, the Crown and Spectre, and the Distill Bar serve some really heady cocktails. Drinking Ale can never get stale. Mix it with cheese and you will find a winning combination at Cooper’s. Annie’s Place is great for backpackers. However, if you are travelling with the whole family, a serviced apartment is a better idea. The Old Lion Apartments, The Tynte Street Apartments, and The Oasis Apartments are comfortable, spacious, and well appointed.
Stanley Classic and Lion Cottage from Historic Retreats offers restored cottages that combine old-world charm with new world comforts.
Where to go?
If you are in a mood for a walking holiday or at least want to inject some walking into that lazy Oz break, try a tour. Among the most popular are the Flinders Island Tour, and the Heysen Flinders Ranges Tour. They explore the island with a focus on the beach and the mountains respectively. Discover the famous and popular Kangaroo Island through the Kangaroo Island Walking Tour.
The famous Australian bush regions are on every traveler’s list and bushwalking tours are a great way to do that. Hardcore city slicker? The Adelaide City Tour is your kind of tour. The Wine and Food Trails and Tastings at McLaren Vale are an epicurean dream come true.
Australia is blessed with optimistic, sunny weather. Don’t waste it by staying indoors. Get out and get some sun! The Flinders Chase National Park, and the Seal Bay Conservation Park are good places to go if you enjoy natural beauty and wildlife. Or hire a boat and go sailing! If you want to spend a whole day at sea with other people, Day Cruises by operator Viator are a good idea. Cycling is a bit more work, but if your legs are up to it, why not? Hire a bike and get set go!
Shopping legitimately falls under outdoor activities, especially if it involves strolling around The Kangaroo Island Farmers’ Market.
For classical music buffs, The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra is, well, music to the ears. If you happen to be in the city at the right time, you could attend the South Australian Country Music Festival and Awards. The Crown and Sceptre features gigs each day of the week ranging from live acts, star DJ nights, and much more.
Then there are the lunchtime concerts and the evening concerts at Elderhall. They are a great way to take a break in the middle of the day, or unwind after a day of hard work. There is also the Masterclass Series at Elderhall, where you learn a thing or two about music from a few international musicians.
Go easy on Mondays. Most establishments have done a lot of entertaining and business over the weekend. They may decide to call it a week on Monday, so check before you dash to them.
Our suppliers for cheap car hire in Adelaide Airport are Alamo, Avis, Budget, East Coast Car Rentals, Europcar, Red Spot and Thrifty.
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