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Travelling to Auckland, in New Zealand

New Zealand consists of two main islands: the island of the South and the Island of the North where Auckland, the largest city by population in New Zealand, is located. Auckland is a city able to conquer the tourists, thanks to the scenario in which it is located, surrounded by spectacular vegetation and touched by the Pacific.

The mild climate, the beaches that characterize it, as the beach of Mission Bay or the Bay of St. Heliers, make Auckland one of the most fascinating places for those who like to relax in the sun or enjoy the wonderful sea

Auckland, however, is also famous for its neighborhoods. The port area is one of the most fascinating. In this area there is the beautiful Old Customhouse, a Renaissance-style palace, or the Maritime Museum and the spa. Not to be missed is definitely the Sky Tower. 328 meters high, it provides a breathtaking view of the city!

For lovers of art and local traditions it is worth visiting the Auckland Museum, where you can find numerous artifacts and exhibits relating to the Maori people or you can go to the Auckland Art Gallery, which houses several exhibitions and international works and it is considered the most important museum in New Zealand.

The theme parks are dedicated to the families, but also to those who love adventure. Do not miss the appointment with the Kelly Tarlton’s Underwater World, an amazing aquarium opened in 1985. The Rainbow’s End and the City Zoo are also recommended to have fun.

Beautiful beaches, nightlife, art and adventure! Auckland gives the visitors indelible moments. Choose your hotel in one of the most beautiful places in the new continent and prepare yourself to live new and charming experiences.

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Post wrote on April 06 2012.
Categories: Travel Tips.
Localities: Auckland, New Zealand, and Oceania.

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