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Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand, situated on the North Island. Auckland is surrounded by beautiful rainforests, islands and has 53 volcanic sites in the area. Auckland is unique as only a few cities in the world have a harbour on 2 different seas. Parks, nature reserves, dormant volcanoes and beaches are all within easy access from Auckland.
Auckland has something for everyone, whether you are a thrill seeker, hiker, lover of art and history, wildlife, shopping or great restaurants. Auckland is home to the highest building in New Zealand, which has an observation deck with incredible views of the city. For the more adventurous, you could even try a thrilling Skywalk or SkyJump from the building. Auckland Harbour Bridge is popular for bunjee jumps, or if you prefer to keep your feet on solid ground, you can enjoy the fantastic views from the bridge. Immerse yourself in history and art at the Auckland War Museum and the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. Take a day trip to Waiheke Island for beautiful scenery, hiking trails, forest activities, shopping, and top-class seafront restaurants. Rangitoto Island is just offshore and is popular for hikes and sea kayaking, even at night to see a spectacular sunset view.
With its breath-taking scenery, adrenaline filled activities, great restaurants and vibrant arts and culture scene, Auckland is an exciting holiday destination for all travellers from couples to families and friends. A range of accommodations are available from luxury hotels to budget friendly options.
🧡 Cruise on the harbour and you may get lucky and see whales and dolphins
🧡 Visit Eden Park, home of world famous All Blacks
🧡 Take in the view from Auckland Harbour Bridge
🧡 Visit the Sky Tower
Auckland International Airport (AKL) serves Auckland.
The currency used in New Zealand is the New Zealand Dollar.
Auckland is NZDT (UTC +13) so they are 13 hours ahead of Irish time.
Auckland’s climate is subtropical, a warm climate without being extremely hot in the summer months. Summers in Auckland tend to be warm and humid, while winter tends to be mild and damp. Auckland gets plenty of rain throughout the year, but mainly in the winter months. Spring runs from September to November, while summer runs from December to February, autumn runs from March to May and winter runs from June- August.