Discover our travel guide of Wellington in New Zealand made of pictures from travel influencers and photographers.
What you will see and do in Wellington:🗼 Landmark 🌆 Skyline 🏖️ Ocean ⛰️ Mountain range ⛰️ Hill station 🐾 Wildlife
Young, dynamic, innovative and full of life, Wellington is the southernmost capital on earth. A city where life is good all year round, an international and cosmopolitan capital par excellence, as if everyone managed to find their place easily. But it is not only the political seat of New Zealand, it is also the cultural and artistic hub.
The Museum of New Zealand (or Te Papa) is home to some of New Zealand's most important treasures, and the name Te Papa literally translates to "Treasure Container". From Maori culture to New Zealand's history, the museum is constantly updating its exhibits with the highest quality. Wellington's steep hills make walking around tiring for the locals who live on it. So the government decided to build a cable car to help the locals get where they are going. Today, however, the cable car has become more of a tourist attraction.
Wellington is one of the best places in New Zealand to try craft beer and explore a few breweries! There are over 20 craft breweries in Wellington and this has earned the city the reputation of being the craft beer capital of New Zealand. Visiting some breweries is a tourist activity in Wellington that you should try.
Cuba Street is Wellington's popular pedestrian street that every visitor to the city needs to stop by. Along the streets of Cuba, you can find mouth-watering food and drink and pick up some bargains at some of the clothing retailers. Wellington is indeed a really fascinating capital city compared to others!
For some people, big cities are not their favorite place because of the lack of nature and scenery. In Wellington, however, it's a short walk to the beautiful beach of Oriental Parade, a beautiful area west of the city center. Walking distance from the city and the small beach area is great for sunbathing and enjoying the water.
If you like seafood, you should try Ortega Fish Shack, Shed bar & restaurant. Or you just want a place to spend time with your family, friends, go to Logan Brown, The Larder or The Thistle Inn.
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Discover more travel spots to explore around Wellington🗼 Landmark spots 🏖️ Beach spots 🏘️ Town spots 🌆 Skyline spots 🐾 Wildlife spots 🌊 Ocean spots 🏖️ Headland spots ⛰️ Mountain range spots 🌲 Nature reserve spots ⛰️ Cliff spots Panorama spots 🌲 Forest spots 🚢 Dock spots ⛰️ Hill station spots
Explore 15 popular touristic places around Wellington with pictures shared by travelers, influencers and photographers... Click on the photos to read the travel guide of the destination
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