There are no rules in English, there is only guidance. “Rules are for the obedience of fools and the guidance of wise men.”
Adverbs, adverbial phrases and adverbial clauses have a default order in English: Place, Manner, Time. This can be adapted to add slight emphasis:
The first order of prepositional phrases in English is subject, verb, Place, Manner, Time:
I went to London (P) by plane (M) last week (T).
The second order of prepositional phrases emphasises the time element. In this, the time element comes first:
Last week (T), I went to London (P) by plane (M).
The third order of prepositional phrases emphasises the manner element. In this, the manner element comes first:
“With British Airways (M), I can arrive in London (P) at 7 o’clock local (T).”
However, English is very flexible with the position in the sentence of adverbs, adverbial phrases and adverbial clauses. Everything depends upon context and which element you wish to emphasise.
The above is simply a general guide, all the elements of Place, Manner and Time may not appear, and sometimes there will be more than one of them.
Place, Manner, Time can be expanded to Place + Manner + Frequency + Time + Reason + Purpose+ Quantity + Quality
and sometimes, there is more than one element in the sentence.
Every year (F) in August (t), I go with my wife (M) to Cape Town (P) via Rome (M) by plane (M) for our anniversary (Purpose).
I go to Paris(P) by plane (M) in first-class (Quality) to have a meeting about business (Purpose) on two occasions (Quantity) each year (F) in summer (T),