It's not much of a surprise to learn that Adelaide is the country's most livable city. The climate, the natural wonders, the local produce (wine included of course) and even the way the city is laid out all conspire to enchant visitors and locals.
The layout is simple, and beautiful. A two-square kilometer (one-square mile) city centre with elegant buildings and wide boulevards surrounded by parklands. In the city, visitors won't be short of things to do. Adelaide has a reputation as a wonderful city for food - whether in one of the many top eateries or in the Adelaide Central Market, which has been trading since 1969. Adelaide also has the largest collection of Aboriginal artefacts in the Southern Hemisphere located in the Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery in the South Australian Museum on North Terrace.
Flights to Adelaide arrive from all points in Australia and major Asian airports and it's a mere 7km (4 miles) from the airport to the city.