A Day at the Adelaide Central Market
Food and Culture Hub
The land down under has no shortage of visitors annually and most of the main cities have plenty of interesting places to visit and see as well as things to do. Adelaide too is a popular spot for tourists. If you are in Adelaide one of the things not to miss is a visit to the Central Market. One of the best ways to learn about a city and its community is to visit its markets. It is not too far from the city center of Adelaide. A traveler searching for accommodation, CBD close to the market will be delighted to discover the much popular iStay Precinct is only about 10 minutes away from the market and within easy distance to a lot of other local attractions.
The Adelaide central market was established in 1869. It is considered a cultural and food hub for almost one and half centuries now. Considered as one of the largest undercover markets in the Southern Hemisphere, there are well over eight traders who come here. There are a staggering 8.5 million visitors annually. The market is a mini carnival in its own sense. There are a large variety of fruits and vegetables, poultry, seafood, prepared food, cheese and dairy, farm produces, bakery and some cafes and restaurants.
It is worth giving the market opening times a look and keeping a look out on the website for any special events. The market generally is open from Tuesday to Saturday. There is also interesting market tours organized that is a great way to explore most of the market.
Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travelers. Google+