Wellington Travel Tips
Wellington, New Zealand's capital, is on a picturesque harbor at the southeastern tip of the North Island. Nicknamed Windy Welly, you won't need to spend much time in this funky, energetic city to see that it's a well-deserved moniker.
Steep hills and spectacular views of rugged coastline, challenging walks, a thriving cafe and entertainment scene, and serious dedication to the arts make Wellington an enormously enjoyable city with much to keep you occupied and amazed.
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In the first half of the twentieth century, an English academic called Tolkien dreamed up a world called Middle Earth, largely based on his childhood in Birmingham, Middle England. The result was ...
Wellington is at the heart of New Zealand – it’s the southern-most city on the North Island, and the country’s capital. It is compact, wrapped around a beautiful harbor, with those beautiful ...
Okay, Wellington is not flat! But if you want to get out and about, then I can recommend a stroll, a cycle, or even a roller-blade along Wellington's waterfront. On a good day (when the wind is not ...
Written by Emma, Australia, February 2012
It’s worth timing your trip to New Zealand’s capital to coincide with the NZ International Arts Festival.Taking place in Wellington from February 24 to March 18, 2012, the festival attracts ...
Written by Kyle, USA, December 2012
The Wellington Cup Carnival
is a three-day celebration held each January which centers around the
Wellington Cup horse race, one of the premiere racing events for Kiwi
jockeys, gamblers and ...
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