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Christchurch International Airport

Christchurch International Airport is the second biggest airport in New Zealand and an important international gateway for flights to and from New Zealand. In this airport guide, we’ll explain what you need to know about Christchurch Airport! You can find more content about Christchurch on our city page! Speaking of New Zealand, size is somewhat of a different scale than elsewhere, especially when it comes airports. So while Christchurch is the second… Read More

Dunedin Airport

Dunedin Airport is a tiny airport on the Southern Island of New Zealand. As you most likely won’t find many information about the airport online, I’ve summed all important stuff in this airport guide! You can find more content about Dunedin on our city page! New Zealand is a country with lots of very small airports, one of those is Dunedin Airport. However, it’s a nice place to go if you want… Read More

Running in Queenstown

Runnning in Queenstown is a very nice experience as the city has one of the world’s most beautiful scenery. Check out this running guide to learn, why running in Queenstown is a must! You can find more content about Queenstown on our city page! When staying at the amazing Eichardt’s Private Hotel, I decided to go for a run in the amazing Queenstown Gardens, just around the corner. Distance: 5 Kilometers Calories… Read More

Wellington Airport Coffee Shop

Wellington Airport is the third biggest airport in New Zealand after Auckland and Christchurch. The airport has a few international connections, but is mainly important for domestic flights in New Zealand. In this airport guide, we’ll tell you what you need to know about Wellington Airport! You can find more content about Wellington on our city page! The airport of Wellington is dominated by Air New Zealand, which offers an extensive domestic… Read More

Christchurch Tram

Transportation in Christchurch is quickly explained. Since the city was hit by many horrible earthquakes, there’s just some basic public transportation left. In this guide, we’ll explain you what you need to know about transportation in Christchurch. You can find more content about Christchurch on our city page! Train services in and around Christchurch are very limted. There is no commuter rail at all since the 1970’s and long distance rail on… Read More

Nugget Point, is a scenic view point on the Southern Scenic Route between Dunedin and Queenstown. It is located at the Caitlins Coast just a short drive away from Kaka Point. Due to the gravel road that leads to the parking lot it is a rather bumpy ride to get there, which is, however, worth the effort. The Nugget Point is probably one of the most prominent sights on this route and… Read More

Our next stop on our way to Lake Taupo was Rotorua and the nearby Okere Falls. Rotorua is the major city in the Bay of Plenty region and is about 230 km away from Auckland. The area is especially known for its geothermal activity and its hot pools. This also explains why the tourism industry in this spa town is the largest industry of the region. However, during our stop, the town… Read More

Queenstown Harbour

Queenstown is an amazing spot in the south-west on the South Island of New Zealand. The resort town is located by Lake Wakatipu and amid the mountains (The Remarkables, Cecil Peak, Walter Peak). Due to its prime location it offers stunning views all around and is definitely worth a visit! You can find more content about Queenstown on our city page! Moreover, it is known for its skiing and adventure tourism. There… Read More

Invercargill is the Southernmost and Westernmost city of New Zealand, but is rarely known as a touristic hub. That might be because it is located in a rather remote spot. You can find more content about Invercargill on our city page! Unless you’re travelling along the Southern Scenic Route, you’ll most likely not stumble across this city. However, you won’t be missing out on much as the city is not very exciting… Read More

Dunedin Signal Hill Lookout

Dunedin is the second largest city on the South Island. Its name stems from the Scottish Gaelic language. Due to its Scottish heritage you can still find some traits from this past. The Scottish for example built some of the church in the city. You can find more content about Dunedin on our city page! While it is a rather small city population wise, it has some nice historical architecture. Moreover, it… Read More