Wellington, New Zealand Cruise Port

4.2 out of 5

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Did a hop on hop off tour in Wellington on our own. We visited the major sights and viewed...
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About Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand / Aotearoa. It is also the cultural, administrative and political center of the country. Two aspects of the city that will immediately strike any visitor are the sprawling harbour and the dramatic, hilly terrain. Everywhere you go, the sounds and smell of the ocean hang in the air, and green hills and valleys wrap you in a bear-hug embrace.

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johnnierainey says ...

We took a morning tour along "the wild coast". Lovely views, followed by some sheep dog trials and a stupendous morning coffee with cakes, sandwiches, pastries et al. Back to the capital city which is extremely attractive and small enough to be quite manageable by foot. Deciding not to take the cable car journey up into the hills above the city, we went to the harbour area instead. We were well rewarded. About five minutes from the "Beehive" New Zealand's stunning parliament building, the harbour area has been developed sympathetically and is easy on the eye. All manner of water sports were visible in the bay as we took a beer in one of the many cafes and bars on offer. Idealic.

Visited: Jan 02, 2017

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juliefitz says ...

If you are a movie buff you must visit Weta Studios. We loved the Lord of the Rings props and got photos with Gollum and the trolls too but there are props from many other movies that are worth seeing too. Very easy to find on the hop on hop off bus. The Great War Museum is also the best I have ever seen.

Gowennie says ...

49 Dixon Street Wiseguys has a good variety of souveniors upstairs, great prices. Cable car any time after lunch as ship books out in morning. Worth getting Hop on hop off bus. book prior through i site on internet as sells out very quickly..my experience..

Visited: Mar 14, 2017

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