Situated in New Zealand, Auckland is the largest and most populous city of the island with 1.5 million inhabitants. You can enjoy the city life and also live within half an hour of beautiful beaches and stunning islands. New Zealand offers incredible landscapes and exotic places where the respect for nature is most important to the population.
Consideration for nature
New Zealand exudes the Polynesian culture and notion of respect for nature. What makes the island so special is the diversity of the landscapes: rainforest, volcanoes, blacks and beaches, golden and beaches, red-flowering Pohutuka watrees, hills, and many bays to explore. If you like nautical activities Auckland is the place for you as the “City of Sails” is overflowing with harbours and sparkling waters. The indigenous Maoritribes of New Zealand maintain a strong historical importance and you can experience this by staying at a traditional Marae, a communal and sacred place for the Polynesian society.
Food and Wine
The city is full of small markets and restaurants many using local produce. You can go for a walk around the City Farmers Market at Britomart or grab some seafood at the Auckland Fish Market. Are you a wine lover? Then, Auckland is made for you. New Zealand is also an important wine producer and vineyards are situated a couple of minutes away from the city. You can also make the most of the ocological culture of the country by taking the Wine Route around Auckland.
All Blacks Homeland
Rugby is New Zealand’s national sport and for most of the inhabitants a religion. As a result New Zealand is well-known around the world for its famous rugby team: The All Blacks. You can check out the amazing atmosphere and tremble to the rhythm of the traditional Haka at Eden Park and support the national team.
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