Auckland – Best city to visit this festive season

Auckland is an exhilarating mixture of urban living, gourmet of distinctive cuisine, fine arts, and pleasure-seeking scenic views. New Zealand’s most populous city is spread across volcanic hills and beautiful breezy twin harbors. Having a high quality of life Auckland is considered to be one of the best cities to live in. With several adventurous places, modern lifestyle Auckland has too many unmissable places to visit. To book your tickets visit


Vivid Landscapes and Coast


The heart of New Zealand – is the charismatic Auckland known for its incredible landscapes, poise buildings, and friendly culture. A truly unbelievable distance that can be covered on foot can be described as coast to coast walk. An alluring walk through the wide stretched natural harbors all the way from the Pacific Ocean to the Tasman Sea. The distance is 16 kilometers, situated in the far North Cape Reinga is the place where the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea meet. Delight in the splendid waves and the quaint view of the waters. With an enthralling number of islands the city is known as the ‘city of sails’ it is loved by people for a fascinating yacht experience watching the waters wild and calm and mesmerized with the rhythm of waves.

Auckland is an ‘act of God’ a blissful place; having said that a fact about the city is a staggering number of 50 volcanoes located in the city. Maungawhau is the tallest volcano in the city. You can plan to walk up some of the famous volcanoes as they have the most magnificent landscapes.


Culture and Shopping


Feel the cadence of the Polynesian culture in the city as they are 28% of the Auckland population, the Maori culture embraces generosity, high spirits, and friendliness. The diverse cultured city brings the best from all. Not only is the city famous for the tranquil and wilderness, explore poised and trendy fashion on the streets and high-end flagship stores. Immerse in shopping some high street fashion in places like Sylvia Park shopping center, find brands like Tiffany & Co., Karen Walker, Kate Sylvester, and more in Britomart, Queens Arcade, and get some duty-free fragrances, bags, and clothes in T Galleria.




The Maori dish –‘Hangi’ is flavourful meat made in a traditional way it is served in many restaurants. Travelers learn the culinary art of New Zealand with its taste. The combination of savory ‘fish and chips’ and the beach is like a ritual. The deep-fried fish is made with shark, Bluefin, blue cod. ‘The whitebait’ is the most delectable and popular dish it has subtle flavors of whitebait, egg whites, butter, and seasoning. The minced ‘meat pies’ are juicy and rich flavors ooze out in every bite. It is made with beef, pork, fish, and other meat and butter.

Some luxury restaurants are Vinnies Restaurant- feel the French ambiance and fine dining with classic dishes like the market fish, kohlrabi, bluff oyster crème, wakame, and whipped lemon. Clooney- an awarded restaurant gives a perfect picture of kiwi cuisine and flavors; the boneless lamb, miso, cocoa nib, and butternut. Dig into appetizing Jervois Steakhouse which hands-down serves succulent steak.


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