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Creative Arts and Cafe Capital


New Zeland is on south of Australia, it consist two main islands,the North Island and the South Island, separated by Cook Strait.Wellington is the capital, a visitor-friendly, upbeat, compact city.It offers the visitor far more than a look at New Zealand’s parliamentary democracy in action.

Country's first inhabitants were Maoris, they arrived on the island in about 1000. Their history maintains that the Maoris came to the island in seven canoes from other parts of Polynesia. In 1642 New Zealand was explored by Abel Tasman, a Dutch navigator. At the beginning in 1769, British captain James Cook made three voyages to the islands, Britain formally annexed the islands in 1840.

It is also known as the ‘Creative Arts and Cafe Capital of New Zealand’. Here you will find a lot of energy and vibrancy. This is a truly cosmopolitan city firmly established as a go-ahead visitor playground, full of culture and creative arts. The visitor can enjoy artistic appreciation, scenic vistas, nightclub pleasures and gastronomic delights all within a short walk of downtown hotels. One of the main capital's charms is this intimate ‘villhis age’ atmosphere. Waterfront rambles and Town- Belt bush walks makes it so special.

In this city you can find some of the New Zealand’s best theatres, galleries, restaurants, bars and cafes. The choice of authentic ethnic restaurants and cafes is amazing In fact with around 400 eating establishments, Wellington has a higher concentration than New York on a per capita basis.

The city is home to the Royal New Zealand Ballet, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, four professional theatres and national opera, drama, dance and many more. Museums include the national treasure, Te Papa, a world class interactive museum. Fringe Festival, Festival of the Arts and Dragon Boat Festival are three most famous festivals in Wellington, on March and February, that's an exciting time to visit . There are some vineyards just over the Rimutaka hill in the Wairarapa district.

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