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Accommodation in New Zealand

Use our site to find your ideal accommodation in New Zealand, and choose from a diverse and plentiful range of options no matter your preference. New Zealand is a country that offers a jaw-dropping number of attractions and a respectable collection of natural sights to be mesmerised with. Travellers to New Zealand will know that it is truly blessed. In Auckland, the landscape allows for scenic drives and fascinating treks or walks, where you can witness impressive waterfalls and tranquil streams in one fulfilling hike. In Wellington, visitors can indulge in museums, art galleries and landscaped masterpieces like the Botanic Garden.

Things to see

If you’re in Auckland and retail therapy is your thing, then rejoice. There are several opportunities offering a wide range of choices for shoppers of all tastes. Shops in the Auckland Central Business District (CBD) area form the fashion centre of Auckland Central, providing access to local designer stores and international brands. Men and women are sure to find a thing or two that takes their fancy, from clothes to shoes to fashion jewellery. Although Christchurch city is by no means a large city, there is certainly no shortage of entertainment. When you talk about things to see, a visit to the much fabled Arts Centre simply cannot be passed up. The Christchurch Art Gallery, the largest of its kind in South Island, is also a must visit and over 5000 items and artefacts ensure plenty of amusement. For those looking to sit back and just absorb the view, the Ferry mead Heritage Park makes for the perfect setting.

Hotels in New Zealand

It’s a country known by tourists from all over the world, so it’s no surprise that the hotels in New Zealand form a massive collection, along with several other options. Choices visitors can look to explore include budget hostels, cosy inns, spacious apartments, pristine boutique hotels, isolated hunting cabins and luxurious resorts and many other establishments. Getting around within a city can be done by public transport but if you’re hopping from city to city, then driving is one of the best options you can have.

Where to stay

Central Auckland is the place for those who love the inner-city feel, and like to explore the newest bars, cafes and restaurants around the area. Queen Street is Auckland’s main strip with an abundance of shops, restaurants and various entertainment options to choose from. Shoppers will love Vulcan lane, where fashion stores line a charming cobblestone plaza stacked with quirky cafes. Those spending time in Wellington can try the suburbs between Karori and Johnsonville. They provide open access to the luscious hillsides, beautiful parks and hiking trails that most people can only dream of. Nature lovers will like this district as activities are a little more exciting than browsing historical buildings, and visitors can get lucky and sport interesting wildlife around the area.

How to get to New Zealand

The practical way in is by air, since it’s not exactly a stone’s throw away from any other nation. Even flights from Australia to New Zealand take 3 hours, and the main gateways by air are in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Queenstown and Dunedin. If you’re taking a transit flight through Australia, do ensure that you have a valid transit visa where applicable.

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