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From: #flymeto   |   May 14, 2016

New Zealand is a very exotic state for all adventurous travelers and tourists. Beautiful nature, high mountains and unforested forests, from the beginning attracted by its length and mystery. The tourist opportunities that this place can offer us are guaranteed to be full of adventure.

It is a very economically advanced state, thanks to its name for the Dutch sailors who named it. North and South Island make up the territory of New Zealand.

The largest city that is also stored on the North Island is Auckland. It occurs at the edges of the ocean on many extinct volcanoes, which are above the landscape and give beautiful panoramas. While on vacation in the city, do not miss a tour of the War Museum, which is said to be one of the best and beautiful museums from all over New Zealand. Visit the Auckland Gallery of Fine Arts and the Maritime Museum. The city is dominated by the Sky Tower, a viewing and television tower that, with its 328 meters, is the tallest building in the southern hemisphere. It takes about an hour and a half to travel from Auckland east to the Coromandel Peninsula.

 One of the many other towns in the north of the island is Rotoruu, popular with traditional geothermal activity and Maori buildings, or Napier, known for its many art deco buildings, which were beautifully restored and restored after a severe earthquake in the early 1930s. The Hawke’s Bay area, of which Napier is a part, is known for its vineyards. Famous wines from all over the world are made from grapes. In the middle of the island is the Tongariro National Park, located around a mountain massif of three active volcanoes, which is also inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Buy and explore this beautiful area.

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