Auckland, the ‘City of Sails,’ is built on over fifty volcanoes. It is a beautiful harbor city located in the subtropical north of New Zealand.
Being the largest city in New Zealand, it has 1.4 million inhabitants that include Polynesians from all over the globe. The town has the vibrantly diverse culture to understand. People fly from Sydney to Auckland just to get amazed at its spell-binding natural attractions.
Auckland has a lot more to offer to the visitors than they would think. The gorgeous city is home to- numerous black and white sand beaches, world-class museums, rugged mountains, verdant farmland, lush native bush, sun-drenched islands, award-winning wineries, green parks, charming coastal villages.
Despite these fantastic places to visit, you’ll also find impeccable food here. The town also has the abundant and high quality of seafood from its waters.
Let’s see, what’s more, the Auckland city has-
There is number of places to accommodate in the city centre, but nearby suburbs would be much more beautiful for you. Parnell, Ponsonby, Mount Eden, Kingsland, Devonport or Mission Bay, places to name some who have a lot more charm.
Where to Eat and Drink
When it comes to food, specifically Asian food, Auckland is indeed an international city. You’ll find many to eat in and around CBD that offers every Asian cuisine at pocket-friendly prices.
Getting Around Auckland
There is a direct flight from Sydney to Auckland which makes you reach in just three hours. Every day, there are around 11-15 flights that have daily route of Sydney to Auckland. They may not fit into your bill or schedule so that you can book with Bookafly on reasonable rates.
So, now you can say there is so much to do in Auckland and worth devoting a couple of days here to explore. Have I convinced you to visit? Make sure to book a flight from Sydney to Auckland to have more fun.