Adelaide was honoured by Lonely Planet as one of the world’s top 10 cities to visit in 2014 – the only Australian city to be listed in the Best in Travel 2014 series. As visitors cotton on to this South Australian destination, and the value of a Adelaide airport car hire during their holiday provided by Hertz Adelaide, there is an ever growing number of excellent tour operators to help tourists get the most out of their sightseeing time.
For a true South Australian food and wine experience you can’t go past A Taste of South Australia. Meet the makers, enjoy their hospitality and relaxed lifestyle. Tours take in South Australia’s various wine regions, including the highlights of McLaren Vale and Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley.
Within the city you can take an insider’s tour through Adelaide’s Central Market, including goodie bag and food; or an East End pub culture tour. While food and wine tours are the speciality, you may also enjoy the the classic Adelaide city heritage and culture tour or the west end art and culture tour.
Integrity Tours operates tours of the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula. Highlights include Cleland Wildlife Park penguins and whales at Victor Harbor; wine tasting in the McLaren Vale region and Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills. Night owls can book an evening city lights tour for another perspective of Adelaide.
CMT Classic Motoring Tours offers tours that are professionally chauffeured in an American classic car with full liquor license. Accommodation is included and stretch limo transfers are available. Choose from the range of itineraries or customise your own, through the Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley and Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, South Coast and Adelaide itself.
Tourabout Adelaide specialises in relaxed, personal guided tours around Adelaide and the wider South Australia region, including wine and golf tours. Bilingual guides (French, German, Italian, Spanish) are available as well. Explore the city’s heritage, perhaps by way of the West Terrace Cemetery in Adelaide – one of Adelaide’s oldest burial grounds. Further afield, there are tours of the Adelaide Hills, including Hahndorf and Cleland Wildlife Park.