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See the major sights of Adelaide on a sightseeing coach tour including return tram ticket to the beachside town of Glenelg, where you have free time for included lunch and to explore on your own in the afternoon. During the morning sightseeing tour, learn some of Adelaide’s history while passing by attractions like Victoria Square, Hutt Street, Trinity Church, the River Torrens and King William Road. Visit Haigh’s Chocolates for a sweet tasting, and then head to Glenelg, from where you can return to Adelaide at your leisure with an included ticket for the historical tram.

Highlights

  • Morning coach tour of Adelaide, with lunch and free afternoon in Glenelg
  • View Adelaide’s highlights by coach including Victoria Square, King William Road, Parliament House and the Terraces
  • Learn about Adelaide’s history and modern culture from an informative guide
  • Sample a sweet treat with tea or coffee at Haigh’s Chocolates
  • Enjoy lunch in the heart of Glenelg, and then explore the beach, shops or cafes on your own
  • Travel on the famous Glenelg Tram to and from Glenelg, South Australia's only remaining tram line

What You Can Expect

Adelaide City Tour with Glenelg Tram and Lunch

Adelaide City

Your day tour starts as you board your air-conditioned coach in Adelaide for your exploration of the city’s main attractions. As you travel around the city center, listen to narration from your guide about Adelaide’s sights and history.

Pass by Victoria Square, home to many of South Australia’s most significant historical buildings and modern civic venues, and then cruise along King William Road to admire landmarks like the governor’s residence. Visit Haigh’s Chocolates for a sample of chocolate, served with tea or coffee, and learn about the history of this family-owned business, which dates back to 1915 (closed on Sundays; if your tour takes place on Sunday, you’ll have more time in Glenelg instead).

Travel past trendy Hutt Street, and see Gouger Street, home to the Central Market and gateway to Chinatown. Then visit the North Terrace and East Terrace to spot cultural venues like the South Australian Museum and Adelaide Botanic Gardens.

Next, the second half of your tour takes place in Glenelg, a coastal community 6 miles (10 km) from the city. Head to the Grand Bar at Stamford Grand Adelaide Hotel for lunch, and then wander around town at your leisure, perhaps strolling along the beach or shopping on Jetty Road. When you’re ready to return to Adelaide, use your provided return tram ticket for the 20-minute ride back to the city on the historical tram.

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Customer Reviews

Karen H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

This was a great day, a must to do

geraldine.dye

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

very good trip, only wished we had booked a few days in glenelg into the trip, but even with 3 weeks in oz there is only so much you can do, maybe next time

J D Australia

3 star rating: Worth doing June 2016

Bit disappointing with visit to Haighs Chocolates (morning Tea provided) - it was do it yourself tea and coffee only! I also did the Glenelg Tram trip which I bought as part of the tour. Dropped off at Rundle Mall (the only person on tour) Arrived in Glenelg used voucher at Stamford for lunch.

Mrs E A M

3 star rating: Worth doing November 2015

Would not recommend doing this tour on a Sunday. We had to stop at the National Wine Centre but then they were too busy to serve us. We stopped at the Cathedral for over half an hour , a bit pointless as because it was Sunday there was a service going and you couldn't look round - no coffee shops open in that area either!

Delores S

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better December 2015

We enjoyed the city bus tour but according to tour information it was our understanding we would taken to tram for our ride to Glenelg. Instead we were dropped off several blocks from the tram and told by the bus driver that we had to walk to catch the tram. Upon arriving at the Grand Bar for lunch we found NO seating available. We walked the pier and ended up having a much unexpected delayed lunch. Not a good ending to this tour overall.

horst h

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better July 2015

Tour different from descripion.Reasonable commentary but no photo ops.Lunch at Glenelg very average

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