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Take a Walking Tour
One of my favourite South Australian towns is Hahndorf. I love nothing better than heading 'up the hill' on a weekend and strolling down the main street taking in the beauty of the historic buildings, enjoying a meal or snack in one of the fabulous places to eat and just plain enjoying the scenery.
Settled in 1839 by Prussian immigrants, Hahndorf is the oldest Germanic village in Australia. The town is filled with cultural atmosphere and history and if you also love this beautiful little town and would like to learn a lot more about the town's history, then along and join in a walking tour. Enjoy a Taste of Hahndorf: Come on a Strassendorf Walking Tour will provide the opportunity to view locations not open to the public to hear stories of this fabulous, historic village.
The tour will commence from St Paul's Church, 10 Mount Barker Road, Hahndorf and will meander around the village for approximately 90 minutes. Costing just $35 per person, you will be treated to a German cake and hot drink at the Hahndorf Academy.
The tour will run Saturday 26 May and Sunday 27 May at 2 pm and Monday 28 May and Tuesday 29 May 2018 at 10 am. Bookings are essential and can be made either online or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public transport is available to Hahndorf from Adelaide. Parking in Hahndorf is simple, although can be a little busy at peak times. On street parking is available either in Main Street or on side streets or there is a car park at one end of town if you don't mind a short walk.