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Top 50 places for travel & vacation in New Zealand

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1.Wellington
Wellington - the capital of New Zealand and the second largest population. The city is located in the south of the North Island. In the north of the city there are many beaches, and in the east the mountains of Rimutaka. The average temperature is +16 degrees Celsius. The city has more than 100 parks and a botanical garden. Wellington is a very beautiful and cozy city, striking with an abundance of bridges, tunnels, parks and squares. One of the most interesting buildings of the capital is the round building of the parliament, which the townspeople call the hive. Opposite the parliament is the former palace of the government - the second largest building made of wood in the world.
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2.Auckland
Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand. The city is surrounded by 48 inactive volcanoes and 50 islands. Oakland has a temperate oceanic climate. The average temperature is 15-27 degrees Celsius. In the city there are well-known tennis tournaments Heineken Open, ASB Classic. The most extensive collection of the national art of New Zealand is represented in the Auckland Art Gallery in the heart of Auckland. Admire the beauty of the city can be in the Sky Tower - the highest tower of the southern hemisphere (328 m). You can study the local fauna in Auckland Zoo, which covers an area of ​​17 hectares. Also in the city there are several beautiful beaches.
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3.Fiordland National Park
Fiordland National Park - New Zealand's largest National Park. The park covers an area of ​​12,500 square kilometers of its territory is the deepest lake in New Zealand Manapouri. Local mountains reach a height of 2750 meters. The park is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the western part of the mountains for almost a year it rains. Some trees more than 800 years. In the animal world there are kiwi, parrot, rock wren, deer, seals, penguins and shellfish. It is the world's largest colony of black coral.
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4.Milford Sound
Milford Bay on the territory of Fiordland National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site in New Zealand. Kipling called this place the 8th wonder of the world. Modern Milford Bay was formed 10 thousand years ago. The bay is surrounded by peaks reaching 1,500 m, length 19 km, width of 3 km and a maximum depth of 512 m. The coast of the bay covered with dense forests. The underwater observatory, you can see the black coral. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.
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5.Hobbiton Movie Set
Hobbiton Movie Set is located on the northern island of New Zealand. It is located on a family farm about 8 km (5.0 miles) west of Hinuera and 10 km (6.2 miles) south-west of Matamata, in Waikato, and is now a tourist destination offering tours on the set. The place will be interesting for the fans of the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit because it is here that most of these masterpieces of the film industry are filmed. A two-hour excursion should be booked in advance.
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6.Arrowtown
Arrowtown is a city of picturesque hills and winemaking in New Zealand. Arrowtown became famous in 1862, when gold was discovered here, but of course in our day the gold rush has already been completed. Today, you can see many ancient buildings of the 19th century. There is a whole area built up with stone cottages in which the diggers lived. Also in the city there is a museum dedicated to the period of the gold rush. The museum has a tourist center. Another attraction of Arroutauna is Lake Hayes - especially beautiful in the autumn, near which many ski resorts with beautiful landscapes are located.
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7.Kaikoura
Kaikoura is a city on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand. The city of Kaikoura was the first among the townspeople to receive the ecological tourism certificate "Green Globe". Kaikoura has become popular with tourists, mainly due to the fact that you can observe whales and swim with dolphins. Kaikoura is located in a picturesque place. The ridge of Kaikoura, which is part of the Southern Alps, approaches here to the coast of the ocean. Accordingly, many walking routes are open here. The route, which rises to Mount Fife, from the top of which offers a panoramic view of the Kaikoura Peninsula, is very popular among tourists.
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8.Queenstown
Queenstown resort town in the Otago region, New Zealand. The town lies on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. The average annual temperature is 11 degrees Celsius. In the city you can enjoy skiing, rafting, jumping from a height, such as fishing, mountain bike. It is the center of winter sports in New Zealand. In the city of such films: "Lord of the Rings," "X-Men: The Beginning. Wolverine". Every year the festival of jazz music.
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9.Rotorua
Rotoura is a town on the North Island, New Zealand. Located on the shore of the lake of the same name. The valley of geysers and thermal springs Te Whakarewarewa valley is the main "attraction" of Rotorua. Rotorua is recognized as the most beautiful city of New Zealand. There are almost three million visitors every year (each of which contributes to the further development of the resort). On all sides it is surrounded by virgin forests and overgrown with green bush and trees hills, There are many sanatoriums and hotels.
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10.Tongariro National Park
Tongariro National Park is the oldest national park in New Zealand and the fourth oldest in the world. It was recognized by UNESCO as one of the 28 mixed cultural and natural World Heritage sites. "Alpine transition Tornagiro" is considered one of the best in the world one-day hikes (hayking route). The main directions of recreation are walking and mountaineering in summer and skiing and snowboarding in winter. There is also an opportunity for hunting, fishing, mountain biking, horse riding, rafting and terrain inspection on airplanes. Mount Tongariro and its surroundings are one of several places where Peter Jackson filmed "The Lord of the Rings".
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