Adelaide Arcade, the arcade mall is much colder than the arcades in Melbourne and Sydney, almost half of the second floor is empty, the arcades are at the end of the rundle mall. Shopping is a stop to see, not worth the special visit.
This mall is very big. It doesn't look like a mall on the outside, but more like a church, but it is indeed a mall inside. It sells a lot of things, luxury goods, and daily necessities.
Adelaide Arcade Adelaide Arcade is located in Rundle Mall shopping center, European architectural style, built in 1885, similar to Melbourne Arcade and Sydney's Queen Victoria Building. There is a historical monument in front of the Adelaide Arcade Mall-The Rundle Mall Fountain in the Rundle Mall. At the end of the Arcade Mall is the old shop founded in 1915 on Grenfell St. Fruit and nut chocolate and truffles are the best sellers. Haigh's Chocolates.
Sitting in the car today, I wanted to get off at the next stop, but suddenly I saw this peculiar building outside the car window and immediately decided to get off the car to find out. The long corridors, arched roofs, and shops selling various handicrafts on both sides are very distinctive. Some products are processed and sold by themselves. Walking from here to the other side of this building is the commercial street, which is very lively today Friday. You can go here for shopping.
This mall is located in the center of Adelaide Central Pedestrian Street. I saw it while shopping in the pedestrian street. Every big city in Australia has such an Arcade. This mall has a very long history and a very historic atmosphere.
The entrance of Arcade is very beautiful, inside is arcade style, magnificent, there are many specialty shops. This historic mall and the surrounding new malls complement each other and tell the history of Adelaide. When we went there happened to be two children doing art at the door, very lively and artistic.
Adelaide Arcade in Rundle Mall shopping street is a beautiful arcade mall, built in European architectural style in 1885, there are a few cafes and some small shops with special products, there are not many crowds suitable for coffee, in Adelaide There are open-air cafes everywhere in the area, which is very leisurely.