Cheap Flights to Adelaide (ADL)
Cheap Flights to Adelaide from Australia
It’s called the city of churches but Adelaide is best described as the city that offers everything for the perfect holiday. Stunning landscapes, funky cafes, top shopping spots and activities galore, it’s all here in Adelaide. Pick up your cheap flights to Adelaide and low cost accommodation through Student Flights and get ready for a fabulous holiday that won’t break the bank.
Adelaide airport is a hub for domestic flights from all over Australia. Getting to the city centre from here is easy as it’s a mere 7km away and has airport shuttles, public buses, taxis or rental cars to get you to your accommodation.
The architecture of the cathedrals is simply stunning and a definite must see. North Terrace is a fascinating cultural precinct. This picturesque tree-lined boulevard is home to the State Art Gallery, Museum and Botanic Gardens. Catch the Glenelg Tram-Adelaide’s only remaining tram out to Glenelg for a day at the beach. Jetty Road is a strip of funky cafes and shops or enjoy a drink at the Grand Hotel with its awesome beach views.
Shop till you drop at the Central Market or at one of Adelaide’s shopping hubs- Rundle Mall, King William Road Hyde Park, The Parade Norwood or Harbourtown West Beach. No trip to Adelaide is complete without a trip to Coopers Brewery, tours run from Tuesday to Friday at 1pm.
Cheap eats are readily available in Adelaide, for vegetarian try Rundle Street, the ‘Asian Gourmet’ at Central Market doesn’t have the latest decor but offers fabulous food and for a fabulous curry head to the Exeter on a Wednesday or Thursday.
Student Flights has cheap flights to Adelaide and awesome accommodation options, simply call 1800046462 to speak to a travel specialist.
- One way economy airfare per person.
Escape to the elegant city of Adelaide, the cosmopolitan big country town and capital of South Australia. This city is known for fine food, great wine, a sense of history and world-class galleries and museums. Quality of life is a catchphrase often associated with Adelaide.
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