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New Zealand: The Top Best Cities

New Zealand may be a small country in a relatively small island, but it is a country that is packed with such beautiful scenery and magnificent landscapes the world has ever seen. Packed with a population just less than four million people, the cities in this island mostly small but very abundant in farmland and forestry that surrounds the entire area. If you plan on taking a vacation, New Zealand is the one place you can go to if you love wonderful sights and sounds throughout both the Northern and Southern parts of the island so you’ll definitely get your money’s worth, especially if you visit these particular cities.

Auckland

Auckland is the largest city in all of New Zealand and is also the economic center of the country. It is commonly known as the City of Sails, mainly because of its plenty water-related activities such as sailing, fishing, and kayaking. The city alone is bordered with sandy beaches and tiny little islands. The Sky Tower, which overlooks the entire Auckland skyline, is one of the city’s major attractions. From up there you are provided with a 360 degree view of the entire city. The city gives a very positive vibe and the citizens often live a happy lifestyle, a lifestyle that may rub off nicely on tourists visiting there. (Image courtesy of Cuba Gallery)

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Christchurch

This little city is surrounded by the Southern Alps in the west and the Pacific Ocean in the east. With a population of over just 300,000, Christchurch is a city that still offers plenty of things to do and loads of places to explore to. Feel free to visit the city’s cultural precinct, the Christchurch Gondola that gives you a 360 degree view of the harbor and Alps, go swim with the dolphins in Akaroa, and ski in the fields of Mount Hukk. You can also head on over to the Art Centre Studios or the Little Regent Street for some good old shopping.

Queenstown

Queenstown is considered the Adventure Capital for a reason. It is a city that provides adventure lovers with numerous exploits for them to enjoy. These activities include bungee jumping, jet boating, hand gliding, ballooning and rafting. The city also has amazing ski fields that most ski lovers will certainly relish in taking part. No doubt that Queenstown is a town that people from all walks of life will certainly revel in. Those who prefer to just relax, unwind and explore this beautiful town can head to shops and restaurants to do so. (Image courtesy of Cuba Gallery)

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Wellington

This city is the capital city of New Zealand. It is situated between a slew of rolling hills and a lovely harbor. The capital city is the home of several ancient government structures, arts, culture, professional theater and historic hotspots. The shopping and nightlife in Wellington is fantastic and there are also several popular and affordable restaurants for tourists to choose from. There are longer, sunshine days in the city compared to Auckland, so you will definitely enjoy your time when you visit here.

Dunedin

New Zealand’s best kept secret – Dunedin is a city that offers citizens and tourists alike plenty of things to do. The city is considered as the Edwardian and Victorian heritage city that is greatly preserved. The city is also where the top fashion designers and the most energetic cafes and buoyant bars and restaurants are found. There are plenty of place to go to in Dunedin for some fine dining and shopping – and also a place to chill out after a hard days work.

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