Yes - but some people consider them to be expensive as it's a monthly or a yearly fee - whichever you sign up for.
They are the professional design studio tools that almost every professional design and print studio use.
However, Affinity by Serif is fast becoming a competitor, with Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo (similar to Illustrator and Photoshop respectively). They will also have Affinity Publisher in the future, which would be akin to InDesign.
Adobe products are great but expensive. There's nothing quite as good as them except for Affinity products which are quite impressive and not subscription based. We've tried Quark (which we had abandoned for InDesign years ago) to give it a second try but found it restrictive in comparison to ID.
If you're starting out then the Adobe range is a must knowledge wise as most studios will use one or many of their Apps.