How is the accommodation?
There are many accommodation options and many types of neighborhoods in Adelaide. They are all very different from each other and each one stands out for something special. Of course, they are all very cool and it is difficult to choose one. Therefore, it is best to order them according to how you are and what you are looking for.
If you are very live near the center, his thing is that you look for a room in the areas that are closest to you, such as Prospect or Mendidie. Although they are neighborhoods more to the north, in them you will find a great diversity of accommodation.
If your thing is to be in the street all day, Brompton will like it. It has a very artisteo atmosphere and countless bars where you can drink and eat at a great price and enjoy activities such as concerts. It is also known for its second-hand stores, where it is possible to buy or sell anything.
If what you like is the sportIn the Burnside, Springfield, Kensington Gardens or Netherby neighborhoods you will always have a bike path within a pedal stroke or a park within a stride.
And if yours are the beaches, your ideal neighborhood is called Glenelg. Bathed by the sea, it grows parallel to kilometers of fine and crystalline sand beach. Good vibes guaranteed and half an hour from the center by direct tram. Mind you, rents are a bit more expensive than elsewhere.
Regardless of which neighborhood you decide to settle in, you have two accommodation options:
- Accommodation in single room: One room for you alone, outside the center, will cost you around $ 130 AUD per week. In the center we would be talking about about $ 180 AUD a week.
- Accommodation in a shared room: In a shared room, the range outside the center vs in the center would be between $ 80 AUD and $ 130 AUD weekly.