Les millors recomanacions dels residents

Descobreix què fa que la ciutat sigui única, des de visites a llocs emblemàtics fins a racons amagats, amb l'ajuda dels habitants que més bé la coneixen.
Natural Feature
“Auckland has 53 volcanic cones - visit/climb them all or choose the most famous, Rangitoto Island. Take the Auckland Rangitoto ferry with Fullers Ferry. The crossing operates up to 21 times each week with sailing durations from around 25 minutes.”
  • 144 residents recomanen
“Roll down the hill to MOTAT, have a picnic in Western Springs and visit Motat at a leisurely pace. There is a tram ride to MOTAT2 which features all things aviation.”
  • 83 residents recomanen
“The entire length of Ponsonby Road, caters for everyone and everything. Check out Ponsonby Central, there is a wonderful organic market /shop plus several cafe's and restaurants. Some favourites are Blue Breeze Inn, Saan, Azabu, and Award winning Sidart's. Plus great Brunch spots - Orphans Kitchen, Dizendorf and many more. Just ask for help.”
  • 107 residents recomanen
Botiga de cosmètics
“Fancy a shopping day? Catch the train straight to Newmarket, Start with a coffee and breakfast at Candy Shop and hit up streets like Osborne Lane ( twenty seven names, I love Ugly, Juliette Hogan) and Nuffield Street! ( Stolen Girlfriends Club, Gorman, Superette, Flo + Frankie, Karen Walker) Stop for a glass of wine and snack at Cali Eatery! XX”
  • 95 residents recomanen
Bus Station
“Opened in 1997, the Sky Tower is the tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere and is part of the SkyCity complex which includes bars/restaurants, a casino, a theatre, two hotels, and shopping. Take a ride to the top for the view or have a romantic dinner at Orbit 360 Dining (reservations essential). ”
  • 63 residents recomanen
“Queen Street is the major commercial thoroughfare in the Auckland CBD, Auckland, New Zealand's main population centre. It starts at Queens Wharf on the Auckland waterfront, adjacent to the Britomart Transport Centre and the Downtown Ferry Terminal, and runs increasingly more steeply uphill for almost three kilometres in a mostly straight south-southwesterly direction towards the Karangahape Road ridge, and the residential suburbs in the interior of the Auckland isthmus.”
  • 41 residents recomanen
Centre comercial
“The Westfield St Lukes shopping centre located just 2 minutes walk from the suite has all you needs for shopping, groceries, food and even a cinema.”
  • 68 residents recomanen
“outstanding working farm in downtown Auckland. Volcanoe and 360 views, cafes and walks, runners heaven, BBQs and free wood. 4”
  • 67 residents recomanen
“A trip to the Downtown terminal will take you to the city waterfront. Its best to travel by train as parking is expensive. From here you can take many ferry trips to Auckland's nearby islands or catch the bus to your chosen destination. The train will take approximately 40 mins to arrive at the down town station.”
  • 52 residents recomanen
Bed & Breakfast
“ Only a short train ride and you’re at the stadium which is the home of the All Blacks ”
  • 83 residents recomanen
“At 196 metres, Maungawhau - Mt Eden is the highest volcano in Auckland and one of our most culturally and archaeologically significant sites. In ancient times, the mountain was occupied by Māori, whose ancestors remain buried here.  The summit served as a fortified hill, providing a valuable vantage point for defence.  The slope of the mountain was modified to form flat terraces for housing and food storage pits. Māori named this mountain for the whau tree, a light and buoyant wood which they used to make floats for fishing lines, nets and marker buoys. Views from from the summit give a 360 degree view of Auckland, stretching as far as the eye can see.  This walk takes you from the lower carpark up to the summit, passing many midden pits and terraces on your way.  Once at the top, check out the views of the Waitemata harbour, the CBD, west towards the Waitakere Ranges, and south towards the Manukau harbour.”
  • 77 residents recomanen
Theme Park
“Auckland's only theme Park, great for all ages. only short drive from here.”
  • 32 residents recomanen
“At 196 Metres high,Mount eden is the highest of our mainland volcanoes.Cycle and walk up the summit for a sweeping outlook pver the city and the Waitemata harbour beyond. ****Catch the OUTLINK bus.”
  • 75 residents recomanen
“Albert Park is one of Auckland’s best parks. Its central location in the heart of the city, together with its long history and distinctive character, have earned it a special place in the hearts of Aucklanders and made it an important destination for visitors. At one corner of the park is the Auckland City Art Gallery and gardens, and on the other side is the original park-keepers cottage which is now a museum of memorabilia. It's the perfect place for a lunchtime stroll and somewhere to eat your lunch on a lovely sunny day.”
  • 37 residents recomanen
Sala de concerts
“Heading to Auckland for the latest concert. Avoid the city traffic and catch the ferry from Devonport and a short walk to the Arena venue.”
  • 36 residents recomanen
“The Civic is a large heritage theatre seating 2,378 people in the Auckland CBD, New Zealand. First opened on 20 December 1929, it was reopened in 2000 after a major renovation and conservation effort.”
  • 36 residents recomanen