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Cities to visit in New Zealand


Last updated : Feb, 28-2020Comments : 0

The traveller within you desires to visit a new country and count the places. With the see sight of touring to different destinations and leave no stone unturned. Means, stepping on to a place with an open mind to squeeze out the essence of that place and become a part of people's lives there, during your vacation. Travel city to city to harmonize into its culture, history, cuisine, architecture, and a lot more.
The trip to another country is an exciting coup. Plan and pack your bags for a trip to New Zealand. Now, planning a trip depends on several factors, including a budget, destination, cheap flights, etc. Here is a guide for you to travel to the best cities in a new country but before that keep an eye on flight prices. Cheap flight tickets - Grab and book it.

New Zealand - named as Aotearoa

Australia’s neighboring country New Zealand has a Maori name - Aotearoa, meaning the land of the long white cloud. Encounter beautiful scenery every time you look around yourself. The cities present such an astounding natural sight that you will be beholden. Apart from its stunning and varied scenery. New Zealand drives away adrenaline rush and is known for rugby, kiwi, traditional war dance, specialised honey - manuka.
So, taste the spirit of adventure and rugby in New Zealand. Also, if you are a fan of Lord of the Rings and hobbits, this is the right place for you. Book your flight and fly to this country to experience the best out of it in the following cities :

Auckland - The City of Sails
The largest city in New Zealand. From hot springs, rainforest reserves, and exquisite vineyards out the city, Auckland has it all. The breathtaking view from one of its volcanic summits will amaze you. Apart from the scenic view, the city offers you trendy shops, beaches, and great restaurants and bars.

Christchurch - The Garden city
If you are fond of museums, galleries, and parks, add this to your wish list. With the pleasant and vibrant feel, you can get yourself into activities like river-rafting or trekking, ballooning at its beaches on the Pacific ocean.

Queenstown - the Adventure capital of the world
Located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, the spectacular mountains around Queenstown is the city to put your adrenaline rush at the right place. With over 220 activities, skiing, zip-lining, paragliding, or mountaineering, this city has all marvelous natural wonders.

Rotorua - A mesmerizing city to visit
The city on the north island, situated at the heart of the Taupo volcanic zone. The travelers mostly include bubbling mud pools, shooting geysers, and natural hot springs in their to-do list. Apart from these fascinations, to get familiar with Maori culture, this city is a must-visit.

Wellington - Windy city
It is the scenic capital of the country with fantastic arts and culture scene for travelers to enjoy. Located on a harbor with mountains surrounding, you can enjoy great museums, galleries, and theatres along with its scenic beauty. Delve into its nightlife with a thriving cafe and crafted brewery.

Dunedin - Edinburgh of the South
Royal and youthful place, Dunedin welcomes you in this city via a Victorian railway. You can spot numerous statues and monuments alongside railways. Picturesque Victorian building be speckles the prime location around the port. So, tour the lovely city and feel the energy by stepping into great bars and nightlife scene.

Nelson - The oldest city in the south island

An extraordinary, vibrant city where art and businesses strike together among a spectacular natural landscape. It has a diverse geography, covering everything from long golden beaches to unexplored forests and rocky mountains. Most of the galleries in the country and extensive craft people have a captivating ability to draw creative souls towards it. You can walk to weekend craft markets, and indulge yourself in amusing locally made artisan products that you would want to take home.

Hamilton - New Zealand’s largest inland city

The city's Maori name is Kirikiriroa, which means a long stretch of gravel. Straddling on the banks of the Waikato River, the city of Hamilton is famous for its rich history, garden, scenic riverside walks, and nightlife. The gateway to this north island engages you in sports events like rugby, cricket, netball, rowing, boxing, etc. You can encounter face to face interaction with exotic animals at the Hamilton Zoo.

Whangarei - The City by the Sea
The Whangarei city is a vibrant combination of arts and amazing natural wonders. In this city, visit the most photogenic waterfall of New Zealand - Whangarei falls that are easy on the eye. You can relax at the beaches around Whangarei or head to the Poor Knights Islands for scuba diving.

New Plymouth - The city of free of cost activities
Not very often, we come across fun activities without spending a single penny. Taranaki, a low-cost tour with the most beautiful experience, adds more to your vacation. A walk to the sea-edge along with the city, passing inland lagoons, beaches, parks, an inner-city surf beach, and the city's promenade. Other penny free sites are Pukekura Park and TSB Festival of Lights, Paritutu Rock, Len Lye Centre, Goblin Forest, Mt Taranaki, and Tawhiti Museum.

And so the journey begins!
New Zealand is home to thousands of glaciers,  hike or fly over, to experience the glacier. Discover more about these cities by heading towards them. Let the traveler in you explore more and bask in this country’s warmth. Plan out of places to visit and mark your holiday calendar.  Standing next in line is the biggest thing, budget, it won’t cost you a fortune if you travel smartly. During the trip, the major expense goes into flight tickets and accommodation. Lessen your costs on accommodation by selecting base hotels, or camps, also, look out for the swing in flight rates. To get the best offer at your door, sign up for newsletters of traveling sites like Mann travel.

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