Adelaide is a city of almost two million inhabitants located in the southern Australia. Adelaide is known mostly for its festivals and cultural happenings. Adelaide is also a touristic city with plenty of beach activities and great wine. Adelaide was names after the queen consort to William IV., Adelaide Saxe-Meiningen.
Adelaide Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the best season to visit Adelaide?
A. To fly from Sydney to Adelaide, you can purchase a ticket for a direct flight which reaches Adelaide in couple of hours. This ticket tends to be more expensive then when you purchase a ticket with layover in Melbourne, for example. Traveling on such airfare ticket makes the journey to Adelaide longer, yet cheaper.
Q. How can I reach Adelaide from Sydney? Where can I get a flight ticket?
A. Staying in Sandy overnight when each ticket of your two flights is booked with a different airline and thus there is a long layover, is a good idea. Sandy is a very pleasant place, ideal for afternoon walks and some rest between the flights. You can buy a bus ticket to Sandy from the Luton Airport and get to Sandy very easily.
Q. How far is Adelaide airport from the city of Adelaide?
A. If your airfare ticket is issued for Adelaide, you will most likely land at Adelaide airport which is very conveniently locate near Adelaide city center. You can reach downtown Adelaide either with metro, double decker bus or taxi. The ticket for both metro and bus can be purchased after landing at Adelaide airport.
Flight Routes to Adelaide
As one of the major cities in Australia, Adelaide has has an international airport, called Adelaide Airport. There are number of flight to Adelaide Airport operated by various international carriers to cities within Australia as well as abroad. There are regular flight to China, New Zealand, Singapore and Dubai. When flying to Adelaide Airport, you might need to be a holder of a return ticket. Onward ticket might be accepted as well.